Duke’s, the premium southern brand that has set the bold standard of mayonnaise since 1917, is introducing a line of premium seafood sauces inspired by flavors connected to southern bodies of water – from the Chesapeake Bay to the Louisiana Bayous.
The new seafood sauces will expand Duke’s Southern Sauces line by 4 flavors – Bayou Remoulade, Creamy Chesapeake Cocktail, Gulf Coast Lemon Garlic Aioli, & Tidewater Tartar.
“We are thrilled to add Seafood Sauces to our growing line of Duke’s Southern Sauces. Like our barbecue sauces, each seafood sauce is inspired by the brand’s bold and southern flavors. Shoppers won’t find anything like them on the market” said Joe Tuza, President of Condiments at Sauer Brands, Inc.
Each seafood sauce has a unique flavor profile, from Creamy Chesapeake Cocktail with flavors of ripe tomato and spicy horseradish to Gulf Coast Lemon Garlic Aioli that is made with real lemon juice and buttery notes of wine.
As with all Duke’s products, these new Seafood Southern Sauces are made with quality ingredients, no artificial flavors or colors, no high fructose corn syrup, and are kosher. The seafood sauces are available in 10oz squeeze bottles and are now available at select retailers and on dukesmayo.com.
The brand will also be adding a No Sugar Added Georgia Sweet Heat flavor to its BBQ line, joining Hickory Bourbon, Carolina Gold, Georgia Sweet Heat, Alabama White, Tennessee Smoke & Whiskey, Mississippi Comeback and Carolina Vinegar. No Sugar Added Georgia Sweet Heat will deliver on the Georgia Sweet Heat flavor that fans know and love while also allowing them to reduce their sugar intake, a top-priority for 72% of consumers.1
For more information, or to shop new flavors, visit dukesmayo.com or follow @dukes_mayonnaise on Instagram and join the conversation by using the #trysometwang hashtag.
About Duke’s Mayonnaise
Duke’s Mayonnaise was created in 1917 in Greenville, S.C. by Eugenia Duke. For over 100 years, Duke’s has been adding southern flavors to make good things better. In addition to the flagship mayonnaise, which is still made according to its female founder’s original recipe, Duke’s offers light, olive oil, and flavored mayonnaises, tartar sauce, sandwich relish and regionally inspired Duke’s Southern Sauces, dressings, and mustards. Duke’s is the Official Condiment of the Tailgate and title sponsor of the Duke’s Mayo Classic & Duke’s Mayo Bowl. For more information, visit dukesmayo.com or follow @dukes_mayonnaise on Instagram. Duke’s Mayonnaise is owned by Sauer Brands, Inc.
1 Less sugar a top priority for consumers | Food Business News
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