How to use Asian condiment packets Costco, the largest grocery chain in the United States, has unveiled new Asian condensation packets that are made from a combination of ingredients from China and India.
Costco says its Asian condenser packets are the first to contain both Asian and Western ingredients, and the first ever to be made from natural ingredients.
“We’re proud to be the first retailer to offer our Asian condensers in a packaged form,” said Doug Moore, senior vice president of global brands and partnerships at Costco.
“These packets are made to last longer and taste better than any other condiment packet on the market.”
The packets are available in the grocery store, on the internet and at many grocery stores in the U.S. Cost, which has a global network of more than 10,000 stores, launched the packets at its headquarters in New York City in early January.
The packets, which cost $12 each, are the product of a collaboration between Moore and his Chinese partner.
Costcos condenser packet has the highest concentration of Asian ingredients among any Asian condenatives in the market, according to Moore.
“The condensate contains high amounts of natural, natural ingredients, such as turmeric, chamomile, ginger and peppermint, which make the packets even better tasting than traditional condiments,” he said.
Moore and other company executives say the packets are one of the first Asian condensor packs to offer natural ingredients and that they will become the go-to condiment for many Asian markets.
The Asian condinener packets are sold by the bag, the pack, the bottle, the can, the bagged and the condensated brands, according.
The packs contain no preservatives and are also made from recycled paper.
“Costco is committed to providing its customers with the freshest and freshest products available in our stores,” said Moore.
Moore is also a member of the Global Health Alliance, an industry-led group that works to promote healthy food and drink choices and to promote sustainable production of sustainable materials.
“In addition to helping us promote healthy, nutritious products, this partnership with Costco has allowed us to accelerate our efforts to support sustainable food and beverage production in the Asia Pacific region,” said Richard Gershman, president and CEO of the Asia-Pacific Health Alliance.
“As the global population ages, the need for healthy food, water and energy is growing,” he added.
“There is increasing demand for safe and nutritious products to meet this growing demand.”
In addition to the Asian condeners, the company is also making a range of Asian-inspired products that include kimchi and kimchee.
A number of the company’s other Asian-influenced products, such kimchis rice bowls and kimbab, are available at retailers across the U, including Target, Costco, Kroger and other grocery stores.
The condensator packets are a way for the company to increase its Asian appeal, and they may be a good fit for many of its Asian customers.
“Consumers in Asia are hungry for the fresher, healthier, more natural Asian products we offer,” said Andrew Hickey, vice president and general manager of international brand sales at CostCo.
“With our Asian Condensers, we’re creating a new Asian category of condensators that can cater to a broad range of consumers and taste buds.”
For more information on Asian condiens, see the brand’s website, at costco.com/asian condens.