Hailing from a very old family of Jabalpur with deep roots in other parts of Madhya Pradesh. The old Family Business was trading....
The word ketchup is derived from the Chinese ke-tsiap. It made its way to Malaysia where it became kechap and ketjap in Indonesia. Seventeenth century English sailors first discovered the delights of this Chinese condiment and brought it west. Ketchup was first mentioned in print around 1690. It gradually went through various changes, particularly with the addition of tomatoes in the 1700s, and by the nineteenth century, ketchup was also known as tomato soy. Early tomato versions were much thinner and more like a soy or Worcestershire sauce. By the end of the nineteenth century, tomato ketchup was the primary type of ketchup, and the descriptor of tomato was gradually dropped. Catsup and catchup are acceptable spellings used interchangeably with ketchup. Since then it has come to stay in our kitchens, adding taste and spice to our food.
Recent studies show tomato ketchup can also be a powerful tool in the fight against cancer and heart disease. Lycopene, a dietary carotenoid found in high concentrations in processed tomato products, including ketchup. Lycopene is an antioxidant, which purportedly fights the free radicals that can interfere with normal cell growth and activity, potentially leading to cancer, heart disease and premature aging. And so we have developed our ketchup with high content of Lycopene. Thus, combining science with taste.
Our other range of sauces is Tomato Continental Sauce, Green Chilli sauce, Soya Sauce and White vinegar. Thus, offering you a whole range of vegetable sauces for every kind of food prepared at your home / institution.
Spare capacity of tomato as well as other sauce is available with us. We can manufacture sauce as per customized demand in your brand name also. Quantum sale of Tomato Sauces are also available with us in bulk packs. We also cater to customized demand provided the quantity required is high.