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Rich's Provides Versatile Whipped Topping

June 03, 2015 Industry News
Industry News

With more than 50 percent of consumers requesting to have both hot and cold beverages finished-off with a whipped topping, operators are charged with the task to provide consistent quality, taste, and performance for signature beverages, desserts, and more. To help operators ensure a return on investment, Rich’s On Top offers easy portion control to deliver maximum profitability with every indulgent dollop, while also catering to the rising consumer trend.

“With increased consumer demand, Rich’s helps operators respond and capture a share of the beverage market with Rich’s On Top,” says Chris Tirone, director of marketing, Toppings, Icings, and Desserts. “Not only are they able to charge more for including a whipped topping, but Rich’s On Top packaging ensures virtually a 100 percent yield to maximize profits and minimize waste.”

Packaged in a recyclable 16-oz. pastry bag with a decorator tip and an easy-open seal that does not require touching the dispensing tip, Rich’s On Top greatly reduces the risk of food contamination.

The whipped topping—available in Original, Chocolate, Sugar-Free, and Made With Cream varieties—retains its shape at room temperature, even with the addition of toppings like chocolate chips, sauces, or sprinkles, making it the perfect fit for hot and cold applications.

“Its fresh, creamy taste takes milkshakes and coffee drinks to new heights, but there’s so much more On Top can do,” says Tirone. “Operators can showcase versatility by using it as a component in many recipes—it’s more than just a topping.”

Rich’s offers a vast portfolio of creative recipes to pique consumer interest, including: Frozen Mexican Style Hot Chocolate Espresso Frappe, Red Velvet Hot Chocolate, and Stuffed French Toast & Mixed Berry Strata. Additional culinary recommendations include using in parfaits or smoothies, on pies, cakes and crumbles, on pancakes, waffles and French toast, or in decadent pastries.

 

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