ACF Approves Vinegar Brand

    Industry News | January 8, 2010
    The American Culinary Federation (ACF) awarded B&G Foods with its ACF Seal of Approval for 11 of its Regina brand vinegars and cooking wines. The Regina products were submitted for extensive testing and were approved by ACF’s Seal of Approval Committee.

    James Taylor, CEC, AAC, MBA, who was chair of the committee at the time of the products’ testing, applied the organization’s testing criteria to all of B&G Foods’ Regina vinegars and cooking wines, evaluating for application, physical properties, performance, and accuracy of labels and marketing materials.

    “These products worked very well in all applications and adapted well to new uses,” Taylor says. “Our team of chef evaluators agreed that the Regina products passed all necessary criteria, and we are proud to present them with the ACF Seal of Approval.”

    “B&G Foods is thrilled for our Regina vinegars and cooking wines to receive the ACF Seal of Approval,” says Brandi Unchester, director of marketing for the Regina brand. “B&G Foods understands the importance quality ingredients play in meal preparation. We have always strived to provide premium products to professional and at-home chefs alike. With the ACF Seal of Approval, the most discriminating users know they can trust Regina.”

    The Regina line includes wine vinegars, balsamic vinegars, and cooking wines. Regina’s wine vinegars, available in red, white, and new Velvet flavor, are made from a blend of fine wines. They can be found in supermarkets and restaurants across the U.S.
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