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New England Rub Spice Blend

New England Rub Spice Blend

1/2 Cup | Resealable Pouch

New England Rub: the real way to ear barbecue. No slathering of sticky overpowering sauces. The New England Rub is how barbecued food was meant to be. This blend features a real New England twist, we add real Vermont maple sugar which can't be beaten for its distinct flavor. Perfect on steaks, hamburgers, pork ribs, chicken, vegetables, and seafood.

Boston Spice is a spice blend company located just outside of Boston Massachusetts. They develop great tasting and exciting gourmet seasoning blends for Beef, Poultry, Pork, Seafood, and those all-important Vegetables using only premium quality ingredients. All of our creations are also extensively taste tested. Every spice blend we make is hand-crafted, hand-blended, and hand-packaged by us fresh to order. 



Ingredients*: Vermont maple sugar, brown sugar, kosher salt, chili powder, smoked paprika, cayenne pepper, thyme, garlic powder, black pepper, spices, onion powder. *all natural rice powder added to reduce caking To help reduce caking, Boston Spice adds a small amount of an all-natural gluten-free rice concentrate powder to some blends that are prone to caking. This 'Patent-Pending' addition does not mask any of the great smells or flavors found in our Boston Spice blends. It replaces those synthetic anti-caking agents such as silicon dioxide, tri-calcium phosphate, and other additives that other spice companies add to their products. Rice concentrate powder is made from rice hulls that are sterilized and ground to a fine powder. The unique functionality comes from the fact that 'Mother Nature' causes the rice plant to take up silica from the soil and concentrate it in the hulls of the rice. This produces a natural alternative to silicon dioxide or other anti-caking agents. Allergen Notice: Packaged on equipment that also works with peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and wheat. Our facilities store packaged tree nuts, soy, and dairy items in common areas.