SupHerb Farms launches chili pepper, product lines

by Jeff Gelski
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Aji Amarillo chili peppers
Aji Amarillo chili peppers, indigenous to Peru, feature a fruity flavor with medium, mellow heat.

TURLOCK, CALIF. – SupHerb Farms has introduced an aji Amarillo chili pepper either diced or pureed as well as two new product lines, one featuring non-acidified purees and the other organic individually quick frozen (I.Q.F.) herbs.

Aji Amarillo chili peppers, indigenous to Peru, feature a fruity flavor with medium, mellow heat, according to SupHerb Farms. They mature to a deep orange color.

Scott Adair, executive chef of SupHerb Farms
Scott Adair, executive chef of SupHerb Farms

“These two new product formats, diced and pureed, expand how this popular pepper will be used in applications,” said Scott Adair, executive chef of Turlock-based SupHerb Farms. “Our attention to detail and processing allows us to capture the vibrant flavor, spiciness and color of aji Amarillo chili peppers.”

The non-acidified purees will make up the new Pure line from SupHerb Farms. Garlic, roasted garlic, ginger and lemon grass will be available.

The organic I.Q.F. (individually quick frozen) herbs will feature cilantro, basil and parsley. The organic line will have the same flavor and functional characteristics as the company’s original line of I.Q.F. herbs, according to SupHerb Farms.
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