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Beaver Horseradish Xhot

by Beaverton Foods Inc
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Extra Hot describes the racy, piquant flavor of this stimulating-to-the-palate, pure-grated horseradish root product. A hint of vinegar and a touch of salt offer the horseradish connoisseur a dynamic compliment for their favorite entree. Since 1929 - Beaverton Foods Beaverton Foods is a true American success story. It all began back in 1929 as Rose Biggi (pronounced Bee Gee) stood in her basement, grinding and bottling homegrown horseradish roots. Selling her zesty condiment door-to-door, she soon gained a reputation for making the best horseradish on the market. What started as Rose's basement experiments has now grown to a family-owned, multimillion dollar corporation with more than 150 specialty condiments sold internationally. The company's products have won numerous World Championship and Mustard Mania awards and have earned prestigious praise from top culinary experts worldwide. Our company was also named Oregon's Processor of the Year. Today Rose's son, Gene Biggi, serves as President of Beaverton Foods. Gene keeps involved with operations and sales. He even created the company's Inglehoffer Extra Hot Horseradish Mustard which was named Grand Champion in the World Mustard Championships. Although the family business has flourished and evolved over the decades, Rose's original commitment to creating superior products remains the foundation of Beaverton Foods today. So do her words inscribed above the office door: "God grant us health and energy and we'll do the rest" - Rose Biggi, 1985

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