While turkey remains the dominant center of the plate protein for Thanksgiving, consumption of such alternatives as pork, lamb, beef and chicken are on the upswing as more consumers seek variety, novelty and affordability when preparing for seasonal gatherings.
The Hormel Vital Cuisine brand is in its infancy, but it represents a direct effort by a protein-processing giant to impact a cancer-patient community desperate for food that meets hyper-specific nutritional and quality needs.
Fighting cancer has become serious business not only for academia and pharmaceutical companies, but also food companies, which have chipped in funding and expertise to help patients battling to get their lives back.
The sister restaurant chains, known for their innovative, premium-quality breakfast offerings, are taking seasoned, marinated grilled steak, eggs and melted cheese and are offering it all in two delicious ways: on a signature Made from Scratch™ Biscuit or rolled up in a warm flour tortilla with salsa.
In December of 2015, Papa John’s International Inc. announced that its grilled chicken pizza toppings and chicken poppers would consist of poultry raised without human or animal antibiotics and fed on a vegetarian diet by summer 2016.
Made of fresh, 100 percent boneless skinless chicken breast meat raised with No Antibiotics–Ever and clean, simple ingredients, the line offers convenient, made-from-scratch quality in five exciting, bold flavors.