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Butterball Foodservice launches turkey breast filets

Butterball turkey breast filletsButterball Foodservice has introduced 4 oz. turkey breast filets to the foodservice marketplace. Created with chefs, operators and consumers in mind, the filets are very versatile, low in fat, calories and sodium, and contain no trans fat or MSG. The filets are individually packed in easy-peel film that also is perforated, allowing for one-at-a-time use. Furthermore, the filets can be cooked from frozen with no thawing necessary, providing a foundation for a wide variety of dayparts, cuisines and dish styles. 

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