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Sir Kensington’s joins Unilever: ‘This allows us to expand distribution while holding true to our values’

Sir Kensington's classic ketchup is made with tomatoes, tomato paste, organic cane sugar, onions, distilled vinegar, water, salt, lime juice concentrate, green bell peppers and allspice

Unilever has struck a deal to acquire New York-based condiment maker Sir Kensington’s, under which co-founders Mark Ramadan and Scott Norton will continue to run the business from their offices in Manhattan. 

Sir Kensington's founders Mark Ramadan (left) and Scott Norton (right). Picture: Meredith Jenks

Sir Kensington's co-founder: 'We wanted to make sure that we weren’t going to be swallowed up and de-prioritized'

Soup-To-Nuts Podcast: Will Moringa steal kale's top superfood spot?

Soup-To-Nuts Podcast: Will Moringa knock kale out of the top superfood spot?

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Chickpea protein in the spotlight as high-profile investors pump $8m into Nutriati

Mark Rampolla, PowerPlant Ventures, Bruce Friedman buy Beanfields

Mark Rampolla: Beanfields could be a $20-30m snack business before you even think about brand extensions

good culture cottage cheese defines organic, natural strategy

good culture CEO: ‘We’re looking to scale pretty aggressively over the next 1-2 years’

Terra's Kitchen: 'It’s not an every night of the week thing; it’s typically a two nights a week thing'

Flexibility will distinguish winners from losers in the meal kit category, says Terra's Kitchen CEO

Flow Water could be as big as Evian or Fiji, says CEO

Flow Water CEO thinks big: We could emulate the success of Evian and Fiji

Healthy Skoop has products positioned as performance aids as well as for everyday nutrition. Healthy Skoop photo.

Healthy Skoop aims to ride plant based trend

Trendspotting at CHFA West, from barley couscous to seaweed pesto

GALLERY: Trendspotting at CHFA West, from barley couscous to seaweed pesto

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