Bite Into Blount Organics
When trying to take advantage of this large and growing demand for quality organic meals, keep in mind that Blount’s line of certified organic soups and side dishes provide consumers with the organic recipes and convenience they want. On the retail side, Blount offers USDA organic certification and easy heat-and-serve preparation. On the foodservice side, our frozen and refrigerated foods are ready to heat as well – cutting prep time down dramatically, while putting enticing recipes on the menu that taste fresh from the kitchen.
Add some spice to your one of our most popular organic soups! Blount’s Organic Ancient Grain Minestrone Soup contains a classic minestrone flavor with an ancient twist, complemented by a hearty medley of farro, quinoa, and barley.
Perhaps something with a bit more dairy to it? How about our Organic Broccoli Cheddar Soup, this dish has customers storming back to the shelves for seconds. With generous pieces of broccoli and carrots, light cream, sharp cheddar cheese and a touch of spice, this gourmet meal is sue to drive sales.
For more savory, organic options visit Blount Fine Foods' Organic page here: http://www.blountorganic.com
The power of organic doesn’t just stop at quality either. Organic has become a culture that fuels not only healthy eating but also a more responsible way of living. If there is one thing that goes hand in hand with producing organic product it is sustainability. By reducing emissions by 300,000 lbs. in 2015 and with ecofriendly business practices that focus on conserving energy through out their plants Blount puts more than just soup into these packages.
Today, consumers are gaining more and more visibility into the processes through which they get their food and they will do their homework to make sure you are on top of your game. Both cooks and customers will always value organic foods over any other simply because of the care that goes into cultivating the ingredients as well as the impactful business policies that affect the environment in which it comes from.