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Zambrero launches new 'Trezigo' sauce

The Mexican food chain launched 'Trezigo’, a healthy sauce alternative combining the robust flavours of coriander, lime and garlic.

The name is based on ‘Tres Amigo’ (three-of-friends) which describes the combination of these three fresh and healthy flavours.

Designed to complement Zambrero’s IQ and Powerbowl ranges, Trezigo is infused with spirulina, the nutrient-dense superfood already featured in Zambrero’s black rice with amaranth seeds.

“We’re always looking at ways to innovate and provide options for our health conscious customers. With the launch of Trezigo, we want to entice people to try something new and cater to the ever evolving demand for healthier options,” said Jacklyn Magafa, National Marketing Manager at Zambrero.

Trezigo will appeal to a broad range of tastes and dietary requirements being gluten, sugar, dairy, and egg free.

“Our Trezigo sauce really defines Zambrero’s commitment to innovative healthy choices that our customers can enjoy without the worry of allergens or additives,” says Perry Josito, National Procurement and Product Development Manager at Zambrero.

For a limited time only customers can order Trezigo will in any Zambrero restaurant nation-wide. 

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