In The Kitchen: McCormick Announces Spring New Product Lineup

With the summer outdoor cooking season only months away (really!), McCormick & Company, a global leader in flavor, is launching a range of new products bringing flavors from around the world, and across the country to American kitchens and backyard grills this spring. The 17 new products answer consumer demand to explore regions through taste, while still offering ease and simplicity in the form of quick marinades, baking mixes and sauces.

Beyond spicy or tangy, consumers want to experience the authentic flavors of places like Hawaii, New Orleans and Brazil,” said Virginia Jordan, McCormick Vice President of Marketing. “Our new products make it easy to enjoy these tastes at home, whether adding a splash of Cajun Hot Sauce to fried chicken or marinating steak in our Korean BBQ marinade.

Serious Flavor, Less Waste. Master the Grill with New Bold Flavors

New Year. More Marinades! Grill Mates ($1.79, Available spring 2017 in supermarkets and mass merchandisers nationwide) is growing its liquid, single-use marinade line that helps home cooks experiment with seriously smokin’ flavors without any waste from leftover marinade bottles. Made with natural herbs and spices and no-high fructose corn syrup, these marinades can flavor up to two pounds of meat. With Hawaiian cuisine taking over the mainland, and churrascarias and Korean BBQ in towns across the country, these new Grill Mates liquid marinades, mixes and seasonings allow grillers to add flavors they enjoy at restaurants to cook-out staples this spring and summer. And, smoky southwest favorites come in new forms like a Bacon Chipotle Seasoning ($2.49) and Southwest Chipotle Burger Sauce Mix-in ($2.49).

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Big, Texas Flavor in Simple Marinade Mixes

New Stubb’s Marinade Mixes ($1.79 per packet, Available spring 2017 in supermarkets nationwide.) are specially created to flavor different types of meat – from pork to steak and chicken – with big Texas taste. Add pantry staples like oil and vinegar, then marinate up to two pounds of meat.

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Zatarains first-ever Hot Sauce ($1.29, 5oz/$2.49, 10oz.; Available spring 2017 in the condiments aisle of supermarkets and mass merchandisers nationwide) is made with aged red peppers, Cajun spices, and real, large pieces of garlic. Liven up your favorite dishes, from scrambled eggs to wings, or add to classic New Orleans dishes, like jambalaya and gumbo. And, new mixes for flaky biscuits and crumbly cornbread ($1.99 per box. Find it in the baking aisle; available in the southeast spring 2017 and nationwide in the fall) are made with no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives. Zatarain’s Cilantro Lime Rice Side Dish ($1.49, available now in the rice aisle of supermarkets and mass merchandisers nationwide) brings a favorite flavor in Mexican restaurants directly to your home kitchen. With a blend of cool, refreshing cilantro and a hint of lime, this long grain rice is versatile and easy to cook. Serve with tacos, fajitas or burritos.

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For more information, visit www.mccormickcorporation.com.

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