Industry News | April 30, 2008

Good Clean Food Debuts Citrus Ginger Sauce

Good Clean Food has released its newest all-natural simmer sauce flavor, Citrus Ginger, announced Kurt Shisler, president and founder of the Maine company. The Citrus Ginger sauce adds to Good Clean Food’s line of original simmer sauces for seafood (Creole, Scandinavian Dill, and Mediterranean), and recently released simmer sauces for chicken (Cacciatore, French Tarragon, and Maine Cider).

All seven flavors of Good Clean Food sauces now are available nationally through the company’s Web site (, as well as in Hannaford Bros. stores and Whole Foods Markets from Maine down to Virginia.

Staying true to form since Shisler and his team produced their first jar of sauce, Good Clean Food is using premium, all-natural ingredients in its new Citrus Ginger simmer sauce, just as with its other six authentic simmer sauce flavors for fresh seafood and poultry. The base of the Japanese-style, fat-free Citrus Ginger sauce is dashi stock, made in the traditional manner with bonito (dried fish) and kombu (seaweed). The sauce features such quality ingredients as fresh ginger, cloud ear mushrooms and lily flowers, as well as sake, orange juice and tamari.

“Citrus Ginger is our first Asian-inspired flavor,” Shisler says. “Customers are really responding to the smoky taste of our dashi stock--it’s a perfect match with salmon, Chilean sea bass or scallops.”

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