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SUNSET® Takes Home Two International Flavor Awards

SUNSET® Takes Home Two International Flavor Awards

KINGSVILLE, ON - SUNSET® has added another batch of awards to its ever-growing collection, taking home two prestigious flavor awards from The International Taste and Quality Institute in Belgium. This marks the 8th consecutive year that the greenhouse company has been recognized for its achievements in flavor.

Aloha™ peppers, SUNSET’s newest product, took home the top honors for the company. This latest innovation is a unique, striped sweet bell pepper, with eye-catching color that SUNSET® sees as a product that will be sure to stir up some excitement in the category.

Paul Mastronardi, President, SUNSET®“Aloha™ peppers are our newest signature offering,” shared company CEO Paul Mastronardi. “They have an attractive striped appearance and super sweet flavor—ideal for any gourmet dish.”

The International Taste and Quality judges also awarded SUNSET® Minzano® tomatoes for their classic, aromatic flavor, according to a press release. With a balanced flavor and hearty texture ideal for sauces, Minzano® tomatoes are available in a variety of pack formats, including the new SUNSET® Minzano® Pasta Kit. The kit makes for a convenience-driven meal solution, and can help consumers whip up an authentic pasta dish in just 15 minutes.

Christian De Bauw, Managing Partner, International Taste and Quality Institute“We congratulate Mastronardi Produce on this extraordinary achievement,” said Christian De Bauw, Managing Partner at ITQI, the International Taste and Quality Institute. “It is clear their products are of superior quality, and we applaud the greenhouse company on growing such incredible and unique flavors.”

Us at AndNowUKnow say bravo to SUNSET® for 8 years of continued flavor innovations, and look forward to more tasty offerings to come.


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Mastronardi Produce (SUNSET®)

Before Grandpa Umberto Mastronardi came along, no commercial greenhouses existed in North America. But in the early 1940s,...