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Cooking is sexy

 

Some questions we have had:

What’s up with the name “Sexy”
Our company believes that cooking and food in general don't have to be taken so seriously. The word sexy in the dictionary has a number of meanings, one is "highly appealing & exciting" that describes perfectly the types of products we are trying to produce. If we can bring a smile to someones face when they see our packaging and then they smile again when they taste how good our products are, then we have succeeded.

The term "sexy" is used today to describe everything from a new car to a printed brochure, so why not food? Many of the well known chefs today have moved creating food into a whole new world. Many of them could be described as sexy. Nigella Lawson, Jamie Oliver (The Naked Chef), Gordon Ramsey et al are bringing a new sexy appeal to creative cooking. Personally, We think everybody need a little "sexy" in their life.

Where can I buy your products?
A full list of the stores that carry our products is listed in the Find Us section or our site, just click on "locations", we try to keep this information as up to date as possible if you don’t see someone in your neighbourhood you can now purchase some of our products online. Or ask a retailer near you to contact us and we can try to get the product into their store.

Are your products Kosher Certified?
We are working on it. Our spices are made in a Kosher Facility, we are hoping to have a Kosher designation in the near future.

Do your Pretzel Nuggitz contain Nuts?
There is one topping (the on the Tastee Toffee pretzels) that has almonds in it, if you have a nut allergy we suggest you don’t eat our product.

Salt/Sodium Facts: what you should know.
Our daily sodium intake should be less than 2,300 mg - which is the equivalent of 5 ml (1 tsp) of salt. Ideally, we should aim for 1,500 mg. http://www.healthyontario.com
Sodium is needed in the body to regulate fluids and blood pressure, and to keep muscles and nerves running smoothly. The amount of sodium considered adequate to promote good health in adults is 1,500 mg per day. The United States Institute of Medicine (IOM) is commissioned jointly by the USA and Canada to establish the nutrient reference values that are used to set policies and standards. One of these reference values is the Tolerable Upper Intake Level (UL), which is the highest intake level that is likely to pose no risk of adverse health effects. Based on the IOM's UL, Health Canada recommends that adults do not exceed 2,300 mg of sodium per day.

Can you add my recipe to your site?
We are always looking of more great ways of using our spices, if you have a recipe send it to us and we will try to put it on our site.

 
   
 

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