Adams Rib Rubb is coming to stores around the U.S.
Following a brief company shutdown and thorough rebranding, Adams Rib Rubb is teaming up with distributors around the United States to bring their delicious seasoning blends to store shelves all across the country. The company hopes to see it’s product available in supermarkets, meat markets, and hardware stores by the end of the year.
The original company and recipes were created in the late 1990’s and experienced a change in ownership midway through last year.
The newly rebranded, modernized packaging reads, “We started out going from county to county, door to door to share our flavorful rubb. Folks were thrilled with the savory goodness and the response was overwhelming.” The 20 year old recipe, with its ‘Don’t risk it… rubb it’ phrase has since been recoined as “One Rubb. One Million Possibilities.” appealing to new, modern trends.
Home cooks, barbecue enthusiasts, and foodservice professionals can look forward to spicing up their upcoming meals with this traditional brown sugar and hickory based spice blend. It’s as simple as sprinkling it on, rubbing it in, and wrapping it in foil or sealing it in an airtight container for a few hours, or even overnight. The seasonings will break down into a sticky liquid marinade which will tenderize and flavorize your meats, poultry and fish. For those looking for more of a spicy kick, Adams Rib Rubb has a Spicy variant which has all of the things that make the Original great, but with the added bite of a bit of cayenne pepper and oregano, giving a whole new level of flavor.
“I can even get my kids to eat asparagus with this stuff!” quoted one satisfied home cook. The two rubs saw significant popularity in the original home of North Carolina, but popularity is rapidly rising in Florida, New York, Texas, and California. One barbecue joint in New York reported that, of a multitude of seasonings, all of their customers agree that Adams Rib Rubb is one of their favorites.
A number of supermarkets, independent grocers, markets, and hardware stores are already stocking these savory additions to any meal all around the country, as well as popularity on the rise in Canada and Sweden.
If you’re interested in barbecue, or just want to spice up your next holiday with this delicious savory goodness – look for it online, or in local stores and give it a try!