RICHMOND, Va. — A local staple culinary delight is stepping into the medical field, as C. F. Sauer Company is set to release a COVID-19 vaccine extract in time for the holiday season, the company announced Friday.
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“The Sauer has a rich history of producing popular cooking products throughout the commonwealth, which is why we’re excited to expand those flavors into the vaccination market,” Jane Sauer, a spokesperson for the company, said in a press release, adding that their vaccine, which the company touts as 90% successful, will be mixed into extract that will retain popular holiday flavors like cinnamon, nutmeg, and vanilla.
“Not only will our COVID-19 vaccine extract help develop long-lasting antibodies into your immune system, it’ll be perfect for any baked dishes — like pies and muffins — to make your holiday gatherings a hit. Starting this month, citizens across Virginia will be able to find a vaccine that delivers seasonal aromas and completes your sweet potato casseroles at Kroger, Publix, and other grocery stores.”
Sauer went on to mention that the company was also looking into combining a COVID-19 vaccine with their famous Duke’s Mayonnaise, which is scheduled to hit the shelves in February 2021.