Industry News | February 3, 2009

Rich Products' Microsite Finds the Cream of the Whipped Topping Crop

Foodservice supplier Rich Products Corporation launched, a new foodservice microsite designed to provide chefs and operators with information and peer insights into the benefits of using bagged whipped topping versus aerosol whipped topping cans. The site addresses the rising number of foodservice entities looking for ways to differentiate their kitchens by turning to “greener” products that help reduce food waste and costs while improving food quality and safety.

A review of Rich’s On Top ready-to-use pastry-style bag whipped topping compared to aerosol whipped topping cans found there were four key areas of differences which are highlighted on the site: safety, yield, product, performance, and sustainability.

The site also offers operator video testimonials, instant polls and details about different dispensing options, including Rich’s On Top.

“Our new microsite reflects our desire to aggressively disseminate the truth to chefs and operators so they can continue to make the best, most informed decisions regarding the products they offer patrons,” says Robert Curtis, director at Rich Products Corporation. “The site also further demonstrates Rich’s mission to meet the evolving needs of the foodservice industry and remain at the forefront of product development.”

Other Rich’s microsites include:


I have a recipe from many years ago and I have been unable to find the 1st ingredient...FABLE TOPPING?Anyone have any idea what this is? I believe it is a non-dairy whipped topping.It is for the best Chocolate Mousse recipe I have ever encountered.Thanks,Mark

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