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SK Food International's Crimson Red Corn Wins New Product Award at All Things Organic 2009

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – SK Food International, Inc.

 

Fargo , ND –Crimson Red Corn from SK Food International has won the 2009 New Product Award in the Best in Ingredient Category at the All Things Organic Conference and Trade Show in Chicago , IL on June 17, 2009.

 

This hybrid red corn has two unique qualities; one of which is the colored alerone which allows the red color to remain in tact during food processing. The other unique feature of the Crimson Red Corn is the gametophyte gene that prevents cross contamination of other types of corn, including Genetically Modified corn. Product applications include snack foods, tortilla chips, soft tortillas, flours and meals.

 

M ore than 30 certified organic products from retail, ingredient/application, foodservice and manufacturing categories are included in the judging for the award. All Things Organic is held by the Organic Trade Association and showcases organic industry education, new market trends, and innovative organic products.

SK Food International supplies a full line of Premium Quality Ingredients including Identity Preserved: Certified Organic and Conventional Non-GMO dry edible beans, grains, seeds, soybeans, brans/germs/fibers, flours/meals, vinegars, sweeteners, rice products, split/dehulled soybeans and instant powders/flakes.


Aaron Skyberg
Photo by Trish Crapo courtesy

of Organic Trade Association




For more information contact:

SK Food International, Inc.

4666 Amber Valley Parkway

Fargo , ND 58104

Ph. 701-356-4106

Fax 701-356-4102

Email: skfood@skfood.com

Website: www.skfood.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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