Great Lakes Pickling Company Joins Asmus Seasonings

Just this past month, Asmus Seasonings, a long-time provider of the seasoning blends used by the Great Lakes Pickling Company to create their award-winning pickling products, has acquired the Great Lakes Pickling Company and plans to expand its offerings and its unique, do-it-yourself pickling pouches to both retail and commercial markets.

Professional Chefs and Mixologists, as well as Home Chefs, are going to love this NEW product which will allow you to produce amazing pickled vegetables in your own kitchens with ease and success.

Pickling…it’s in our DNA.

It wasn’t too long ago that if you wanted some crisp, great-tasting pickles, you had to visit your local general store and pluck them out of a wooden barrel or earthenware crock.

You might even have had to bring your own vessel to put them in.

Ahhh, those were the days.

Or so we thought.

Those were also the days of dubious ingredients, poor quality control, and the lack of any variety.

You simply got what they had.

Nostalgia isn’t dead. In fact, the Great Lakes Pickle Company has not only kept the ancient art of fresh pickling alive, it also solved all three issues with one simple, yet very ingenious product.

And you don’t have to be a Chef or even pick up a cookbook to enjoy making them.

Great Lakes Pickling Company’s Easy-to-Make Pickling Pouch, allows you to make the same great-tasting pickles that you’ve enjoyed for so long from your favorite deli, restaurant, or marketplace.

Best of all, you can rest assured that all the ingredients in your pickled creations are “clean label” (natural) because you control both the quality and the variety of all the items you pickle.

Oh… and did we mention that in the end, it’s likely cheaper than most any “store-bought” pickles you can buy?

Cucumbers are just the beginning. There are dozens of great vegetables that are perfect for pickling! Try any one of your favorites, or create a colorful medley of all your favorites!

It’s easy to see why so many people are ditching the jar, and picking the pouch.

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