World of Zing, the UK’s first contemporary food and drinks emporium, launches today – providing an inspiring array of produce and ingredients to reflect the flavours of modern food culture.
With a family heritage of almost 50 years supplying the finest herbs, spices and specialist ingredients for the UK’s most discerning chefs, Pritesh Mody has launched World of Zing to provide consumers with the wide array of essential ingredients and produce that that echo contemporary eating and drinking habits.
The World of Zing range brings together produce from the country’s most exceptional food and drinks artisans alongside the finest spices, herbs and seasonings, essential for recreating dishes from around the world.
Customers can expect to find everything they need to add a touch of “Zing” to their home dining – including tongue-tingling BBQ sauces made by the most popular street food vendors, Peruvian chillies, Middle-Eastern spice mixes and even more fun items like bespoke popcorn seasonings. Drinks enthusiasts will be equally catered for, with a carefully curated range including Square Root Sodas, Climpsons Coffee and BTW – Bermondsey Tonic Water, the UK’s only natural tonic water.
World of Zing has also partnered with leading flavour experts to develop its own range of products including a rare chilli sauce in collaboration with The Ribman; and a handmade batched and barrel-aged cocktail programme with consultation from the internationally renowned Fluid Movement bar team.
Housed in a 5000 sq ft warehouse in Mile End, East London, the business will be open during the week for foodies and trade alike to try and buy interesting new produce and ingredients (just drop us a line if you’d like to pop down).
Additionally, World of Zing has also secured stalls at both Brockley and Wapping Market, allowing members of the public to try and buy much of the exciting product range.
Commenting on the Zing concept and ethos, founder Pritesh Mody, said:
“I have noticed an increasing disconnect between the eating habits of the adventurous food community and the produce available in the retail environment. Many of the products we find in the food market scene have now become staples of our everyday culinary lives; for example some chilli sauces are now valued as essential as tomato ketchup by many home cooks.
I wanted to create World of Zing as the first business to truly bridge this gap. We are delighted to offer aspiring food and drink artisans a platform for showcasing their produce whilst also giving consumers easy access to these exciting products plus the finest quality ingredients.”
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