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Questions and answers about Asian sauces, seasonings and marinades

Starport Foods FAQs

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Gluten Free Sauces, Seasonings and Batter.
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Where can I buy Starport Foods products?
Contact your Marketing Associate at SYSCO or SYSCO ChefEx or your Territory Manager at US Foods. Starport has item numbers for complete product line with these national foodservice distributors.

Call your local distributor and ask them to stock for youor they can order and we drop ship to you. Contact us for more detail, phone: 1-714-525-5810.

For Home Chefs: Order Online from Starport Gourmet or Amazon

What is your minimum order?
When you order direct from us, the minimum order is one case,prepaid, check or credit card, fob warehouse Santa Ana, CA 92704. You can buy one unit through www.starportgourmet.com, or Amazon.
Do you have a discount schedule?
We offer a brecket quantity discount with term of 15/net 30. Discount is available when pay within 15 days of invoice.
Please contact us for pricing
Do you export?
Yes, we have customers in Canada, Middle East, Honduras and Mexico.
Do you provide samples?
We provide samples to qualified clients, such as Distributors, Chefs, Food and Beverage Buyers, food manufacturers and importers. However, we request Importers to pre-pay freight cost for the sample.
Samples are packed in 2 oz. plastic jars.
What is the requirement for private label?
The minimum quantity is 500 gallons per sauce, which translates to: 9 each - 55 gallon drums, 100 - 5 gallon pails, 125 cases - 1 gallon at 4 per case, 165 cases - 1/2 gallon pack at 6 per case, 450 cases - 12 oz. glass bottles at 12 per case. (Plus or minus 10%)
What are the costs for private label?
The product cost for existing Starport Foods flavors are about 15%-20% less than our list price. There are extra cost for label design and printing, lab time and certifications, samples and freight. These costs are best discussed individually.