Trinchero Family Estates Announces Tres Agaves Organic Cocktail-Ready Agave Nectar Named Finalist For Sofi Award

tres agavesTrinchero Family Estates announced that Tres Agaves Organic Cocktail-Ready Agave Nectar has been named a finalist for Outstanding New Product in the 2013 sofi™ Awards from the Specialty Food Association. A sofi (“Specialty Outstanding Food Innovation”) Award is the top honor in the $86 billion specialty food industry.

Tres Agaves Organic Cocktail-Ready Agave Nectar was selected by a national panel of specialty food professionals from 2,573 entries across 32 awards categories. Gold winners will be announced by noted chef Marcus Samuelsson at a red-carpet ceremony on July 1, 2013, at the Summer Fancy Food Show in New York City.

“Tres Agaves is thrilled and honored to be named as a finalist for the New Product category at this year’s sofi Awards,”  says Barry Augus, president of Tres Agaves Products, Inc. “For National Association for the Specialty Food Trade’s (NASFT) esteemed panel of experts to have recognized our Organic Cocktail-Ready Agave Nectar, a cornerstone of the renowned Tres Agaves margarita recipe and the first agave nectar designed specifically to sweeten cold beverages, is a validation of our founding mission – to bring the finest beverage ingredients to bars, restaurants and households everywhere.  We eagerly await the July 1st award ceremony at the Summer Fancy Food Show in the hope that Tres Agaves can join past winners of this prestigious award,” adds Augus.

The sofi Awards are open to members of the Specialty Food Association, a non-profit trade association established in 1952 for food artisans, importers and entrepreneurs with more than 3,000 members in the U.S. and abroad

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