Nu-Tek Food Science receives prestigious innovation award

Posted by IFMA March 21, 2013

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Nu -Tek Award

IFMA Member Nu-Tek Food Science has been awarded one of the prestigious 2013 Food & Beverage Innovations Awards (FABI Award), presented by The National Restaurant Association Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show for its new Salt for LifeTM Sea Salt Blend product. The FABI Award recognizes important new products that deliver significant benefits to restaurant operators and to the foodservice marketplace. Nu-Tek Food Science's Salt for Life Sea Salt Blend was selected by an independent panel of industry experts including some of the leading names in the foodservice industry.

Nu-Tek Food Science's Salt for Life Sea Salt Blend uses their patented, single-crystal technology that delivers the true taste of salt with 70% less sodium than table salt. Salt for Life Sea Salt Blend is made with Nu-Tek Salt Advanced Formula Potassium ChlorideSM, the acclaimed ingredient product that has helped food manufacturers and processors achieve unsurpassed sodium reduction in a variety of application categories including processed meat and poultry, bakery and snack, breadings, sauces and processed cheese.

The FABI Award for Nu-Tek Food Science's Salt for Life Sea Salt Blend will be showcased at the 2013 National Restaurant Association Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show, May 18 to 21 at Chicago's McCormick Place. Click here for more information on the Food & Beverage Innovations Awards.

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