At Le Bon Magot, we are proud of the products we make and the ingredients with which we make them. So, we are honored (and flattered) to be featured in some extraordinary publications, who are helping get the word out. We “treasure” your kind words and appreciate the spotlight on us and our partners. Bon appétit!
Le Bon Magot is a line of sauces and chutneys that won five 2017 sofi awards. Its chutneys are made from old family recipes. My favorite: Tomato and White Sultana Chutney featuring ginger and garam masala (a combination of Indian spices).
This marmalade transports you down the Silk Road, thru musky, Oud-scented kasbahs and bustling markets with clouds of spices lingering in the air. The cinnamon gives it a bit of Christmas flair, and makes you feel warm, cozy and hankering for a fireplace.
Le Bon Magot® surprised the specialty food community at this year's Summer Fancy Food Show with a display of five sofi Awards, all earned this year with the new company's very first entries into the sofi Award competition.
LE BON MAGOT EVERYTHING: This line of condiments from Lawrenceville’s own Naomi Mobed garnered an unprecedented 5 sofi awards – in the company’s first year! Read all about Mobed and her terrific products in my profile here in the June issue of the Princeton Echo.
Nearly every U.S. state was represented at the show, along with 46 countries, with Pennsylvania and New Jersey making small but significant contributions. Le Bon Magot, an African-, Middle Eastern-, and South Asian-inspired condiment producer in Lawrenceville, N.J., walked away with five SOFI awards across three categories.
This year, Mobed showcased a tomato and white sultana chutney with ginger and garam masala flavorings; a lemon marmalata with caraway and saffron; and a spiced raisin marmalata with smoked cinnamon and a ras el hanout spice blend from North Africa.
Elegantly designed glass jars that show off the rich reds, greens and dark purples of Le Bon Magot's products, are stacked in the rear of the white booth. A crowd of buyers stand at the front counter to try samples, some people look dazed as they try and place the exquisite and unusual flavors.
Naomi Mobed of Lawrenceville almost missed the deadline for submitting her line of five internationally inspired condiments for the retail food world’s leading award: the sofi, bestowed by the influential Specialty Foods Association.
The 2017 sofi Winners were selected from 3,000 entries by a national panel of 62 culinary experts in a blind tasting. These sofi Winners serve as ambassadors for the industry and represent the best of what specialty food has to offer.
The Specialty Food Association announced the 2017 sofi Award winners, honoring the best specialty food innovations of the year. The 154 producers cover the gamut of food from sauces to desserts to savory snacks in 39 different categories.
The Specialty Food Association announced the 2017 winners of the company’s prestigious sofi™ (specialty outstanding food innovation) Awards—celebrating culinary excellence and creativity and recognizing the outstanding work of the association’s members worldwide.