The consumption of Korean barbecue (BBQ) sauces is on the rise in the US and other countries. Korean BBQ sauces taste sweet and are generally used to make meat dishes such as galbi (grilled marinated ribs) and bulgogi (Korean beef barbecue). However, the scope of their use overseas has greatly widened thanks to foreign consumers interested in Korean cuisine who add them to various dishes such as hamburgers and salads. Below, Korea Agrafood introduces you to representative Korean BBQ sauces exported to foreign markets.
# Bibigo Korean BBQ Sauce of CJ Cheiljedang
Catering to differing preferences of consumers, CJ Cheiljedang offers its Bibigo BBQ sauce in three types: Original (with soy sauce—ganjang), Sweet Pineapple, and Hot-and-Spicy (with red pepper paste—gochujang). The products are exported to the US, the UK, and Japan. In the US, they are supplied to large online and offline distributors including Walmart, Whole Foods Market, and Amazon. The Original and Hot-and-Spicy types are particularly popular among American consumers.
* Inquiries: CJ Cheiljedang
Tel: +1-714-367-7200 (US office), +81-3-3580-1050 (Japan office)
# Bulgogi Sauce of Ottogi
Bulgogi Sauce produced by Ottogi is sweet and flavorful thanks to the addition of pear, pineapple, and shiitake mushroom extracts. Overseas—in the US, Japan, and China—it is distributed mainly through supermarkets popular with Korean residents. The sauce is designed for meat dishes such as bulgogi, but it also goes well with baked vegetables and beans.
* Inquiries: Ottogi Co., Ltd.
Tel: +1-310-324-1094 (US office)
# Buldak BBQ Sauce of Sempio
Buldak BBQ Sauce of Sempio is exactly what spicy food lovers look for. With only drumsticks and this sauce, you can enjoy a delicious buldak (spicy chicken) dish. In addition to chicken dishes, it can be used to spice up fried rice, burgers, and other dishes.
* Inquiries: Sempio
Tel: +1-562-207-9540 (US office)
Park Sung Eun email@example.com
<저작권자 © AgraFood, 무단 전재 및 재배포 금지>