Aromat

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Knorr Aromat Seasoning
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Owner Knorr, Unilever
Introduced 1953
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Aromat is the brand name of a mass-produced general-purpose seasoning produced in Switzerland under the brand name Knorr, which is owned by Unilever in the US. Packaging is generally a red plastic bottle with a yellow label bearing its name in green lettering. It is marketed predominantly in Europe and in South Africa.

History[edit]

Aromat was introduced in 1953 as a 'seasoning mix'. With the introduction of the new seasoning, came new flavours of soups and sauces predominantly featuring the seasoning.

Cultural significance in South Africa[edit]

As a popular seasoning in South Africa, it is frequently featured as a key ingredient of fair food and home cooking. As a fair food, it is among the most popular flavours of potato spirals, typically featured alongside other flavours such as peri peri.

Ingredients[edit]

Salt, maizeflour, monosodium glutamate, yeast extract, flavourants, partially hydrogenated vegetable fat, anticaking agent (E551), flavour enhancer (E631, E627), vegetables, spices, herbs, soya lecithin, garlic.

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