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All Natural & All Purpose Seasoning


Use it on virtually any savory dish. 

It's cooking made easy!

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All Natural & All Purpose Seasoning


Use it on virtually any savory dish. 

It's cooking made easy!

what it is and why it matters

Flavor. It's what makes food taste good. And seasoning is the key to obtaining that flavor. The problem is that many home cooks don't know how to obtain that flavor. That's where Savert comes in.

Savert is an all-purpose seasoning. Meaning you can use it to cook anything savory and it will wake up your taste buds. Whether you're cooking meat or seafood, carrots or beets, couscous or pasta, soups or casseroles, rice or beans, Savert brings your dishes to life.

Best of all- it's good for you! It is made of garlic, leeks, extra virgin olive oil, and herbs. That's it. No artificial preservatives, no salt, no pepper, no gluten, no soy, and nothing you can't pronounce. It has an 8 month shelf life and you keep it in your fridge. Food is too good, but who has time for snoozy meals? Not you. Savert makes cooking easy. Now the secret's out.

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pick it up at the store

Savert is usually found in the refrigerated produce section, near the peeled garlic. Since it is garlic based, why not be be next to its roots. Savert is a raw product, with no soy, no gluten, no sodium, no pepper, and no preservatives.

 

long Shelf Life

Savert can last up to 8 months in your refrigerator, naturally. No preservatives are used. But since it's so versatile, it will most certainly be used up by then. 

 

 

put it on anything

Whether you're roasting, grilling, sautéing, boiling, frying or just plain old cooking, add Savert!

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How to Use Savert


With just 1/2 Tablespoon per serving, 

bring ANY DISH to life!

How to Use Savert


With just 1/2 Tablespoon per serving, 

bring ANY DISH to life!

1/2 Tablespoon per serving is all it takes. Just as garlic is versatile, so it Savert.

If you are roasting a chicken, let's assume it feeds six. Mix three tablespoons of Savert with the juice of a lemon half. Then drizzle the chicken with some oil, so that the mixture can stick. Next, add the Savert and lemon mixture. Use a brush or your clean hands to massage Savert all over and inside the chicken. Add some salt and pepper to taste, then cover roast in your oven ( 2 hours at 350F is my preference, depending on the size of the bird). Hint: Add 1/2 cup of water at the bottom of your pan to keep the bird from drying, and uncover towards to last 30 minutes, for color.

Are you more of a seafood person? So are we! Savert loves scallops (but really we love everything). Let's make scallops for a romantic dinner for two. Say, we have eight scallops to work with. And Fast. Add some lemon and water to rinse them, then drain the water. Now in a bowl, add salt and peper to taste, as well as one tablespoon of savert. Follow with the juice of half of a lemon. Toss with a spoon or with your clean hands. Then heat up a skillet and add olive oil. Once hot, move the scallops over and sear for 2 minutes on each side. Once finished, plate those babies, and topped with some freshly chopped parsley. Boom!

Now, let's talk veggies. Savert makes even children ask for seconds, when it comes to vegetables. Let's get crackin'! If you would like to roast veggies, of any variety, Savert can play ball. Let's take a tray of chopped broccoli or carrots to feed four. Add the veggies to a sheet tray, and drizzle lightly with olive oil. Add salt and pepper to taste, then add two tablespoons of Savert. With your clean hands, spread and toss the veggies in the seasoning, until fully covered. Then move them to the 450F oven for 10-15 minutes or to your liking.

Starches anyone? I thought you'd never ask. Whether you're boiling pasta, rice or couscous, go ahead and add a spoonful of Savert right in the water. You'd be surprised at the impact a little spoon can make. If you 're roasting potatoes or sweet potatoes, follow the same directions as you would for vegetables. Or you can add Savert to pasta sauces, soups or even casseroles. Basically the possibilities are endless.

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Our Story


Our Story


How did it all begin? Savert is Mom's recipe.  When we moved from Haiti to South Florida, Mom made batches of the seasoning to facilitate cooking for herself, and also for my brother and I. When she was away, we would use it to roast chicken, grill burgers, or even in cheese spreads. It was in short, her cooking in a jar. Mom even gave jars of the seasoning to friends and family as gifts, and they very  much enjoyed it. Then we thought, why not sell this? And so, with a few buck and a lot of determination, Savert begun. During the holiday season of 2013, we started selling Savert at farmers' markets in South Florida, and expanded to stores. Thank you for bringing Savert and our family into your kitchen!

Best,

Kristina


Kristina francillon

Founder & Owner

Kristina graduated from Cornell University, with a degree in Labor Relations. She then worked in human resources for a couple of years, only to wake up and realize that food was and is her true passion. Thus, she quit her Fortune 500 job, worked for a chef, and founded Savert Foods. She is currently pursuing an MBA at the University of Miami. Her dream is to make Savert accessible to the all families.

frantz francillon

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Frantz graduated from Barry University with a degree in Finance. He believes in logic, strategy and success. He is just what Savert needs. Frantz founded a wholesaling spirit business in Port-au-Prince Haiti, and is accustomed to running small businesses. He is responsible for the strategic and financial planning aspects of Savert.

BETTINA FRANCILLON

CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Bettina is Mom. She created the Savert recipe and of course, she is an amazing cook. She understands the target market, home cooks,  and ensures that their needs are met. She is the creative aspect behind the brand, and of course where all the love for the business emerges from.

You may not have the fancy equipment, but you can totally roast chicken like a boss now! 

Are you slow roasting short rib? Or making a pot roast? Just add Savert to your regular recipe. And Done!