Your diners will be looking for dishes that sing summer and can be enjoyed outside on a sunny day – or will bring some much-needed sunshine on those less than fair-weather days!
Think succulent, juicy, barbecued meats, delicately dressed crisp salads, fresh pasta dishes, tasty plant-based options, cooling dips and spicy flavours to make your mouth water. Think Lion Sauces.
Our products work hard, whatever the weather
Our products are amazingly versatile. One sauce can be used for many applications. Take a barbecue sauce for example. It can be used as a marinade during prep, as a glaze during cooking, as a sauce for a meat dish, as a dip for chips or pizza crusts and a tasty condiment for plant-based marvels. Meanwhile, our dressings can be used on cold salads or warm pasta dishes, in sandwiches as sauces, or as dips for mozzarella sticks or spicy chicken wings.
Fresh new flavours are in demand this summer season
We all love barbecues in summer, and the great tastes of alfresco cooking. But this summer more than ever, people are looking for new and interesting takes and twists. After two years of subdued summer activities, more than ever diners are interested in experiencing new joys – including with the food they’ll be ordering.
The pandemic has brought about a better appreciation of our sense of taste and smell – and the foods we could eat were restricted during lockdowns. Now, diners want, fresh, bold and unique flavours.
Why not add a new twist to traditional dishes? Think Korean Barbecue Sauce for ribs or tofu, Cajun & Tomato Dressing with pasta or salad, Buttermilk Ranch Dressing on a Deep-South inspired sandwich, or a Thai Sweet Chilli Sauce for dipping or glazing fish. The world is your oyster.
Dip into Summer
From takeaways to tables, Lion’s handy 25g dip pots put our best-selling flavours within easy reach of every caterer.
Lion’s single-portion 25g dip pots are quick to serve, convenient, and deliver the premium flavour your customers crave – whether you’re serving sauces over the counter at a takeaway, or at a table in a pub, restaurant or café. They are especially good for summer, when diners may be eating al fresco, too
The handy, single-use pack format enables caterers to meet hygiene and safety standards, such as Natasha’s Law, as they help minimise contact between employees and customers.