• Ingredient company A S Harrison & Co is spreading peace of mind for food manufacturers.
    Ingredient company A S Harrison & Co is spreading peace of mind for food manufacturers.
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With the pandemic causing consumers to become more discerning in what they eat, ingredient company A S Harrison & Co is spreading peace of mind for food manufacturers.

For almost 100 years, family owned ingredient company A S Harrison & Co has been supplying Australian food and beverage manufacturers with high quality ingredients.

The company’s Australian made nut butter and cream range is one of its specialities.

According to Statista, in 2022, the Spreads segment in Australia is worth US$604.5 million with an expected compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.59 per cent between 2022-2027.

A S Harrison & Co Premium Nut Butter and Cream range is made with premium, Australian, natural ingredients. These bold flavoured products are made from roasted nuts, processed into a consistent paste that is ready to use in just about any application that comes to mind.

They provide a range of solutions and options when developing a new biscuit range, filling donuts, creating a keto nut bar, developing a new gelato flavour for inclusions, or looking to make a keto-based drink.

The 100 per cent pure nut butters – pistachio, almond, macadamia, and hazelnut – are ready to eat from the jar, and add a point of difference to any product application.

The creams are made with 50 per cent nuts, and are ideal for use in creams, fillings, and desserts. These are also available in pistachio, almond, macadamia, and hazelnut.

A S Harrison & Co is HACCP and Ecovadis certified.

This article first appeared in the September edition of Food & Drink Business magazine. 

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