The winter holidays may have come to a close, but now is not the time for innovation to take a vacation. Make the most of the upcoming Lenten season with MarketFare Foods’ two new Fish & Cheese Sandwich selections.
The AllStars Fish & Cheese is a five-ounce sandwich, featuring a golden, breaded patty of mild white fish, topped with a slice of American cheese, and served on a sesame seed bun. These sandwiches come in a 10-pack case.
The Bistro-To-Go Fish & Cheese adds “just the right touch of gourmet” with a breaded, 100 percent Cod filet, topped with a generous slice of American cheese, served on a soft, gourmet, sesame seed bun. The 5.7-ounce sandwiches are available in six-pack retail cases, with individual packets of tartar sauce included with each sandwich.
MarketFare Foods has provided the c-store, grocery, vending, and club-store industries with branded sandwich products and services for more than three decades.
No Name Steaks line expanded
J&B Group has made three additions to its line of No Name Steaks® products. The Butcher’s Secret Recipe line features pre-marinated, trimmed, and seasoned cuts in an oven-ready tray. The line features six varieties, including Roasted Garlic & Peppercorn Chicken Breasts and Seasoned Grill Sirloin Steaks, among others. Steaks are available in 10-ounce packages, and chicken and pork are merchandised in 12-ounce packs.
Bare Naked Ribs are hickory-smoked, dry-rubbed, unsauced ribs that are available either the 24-ounce Baby Back Pork Ribs or 25-ounce St. Louis Style Pork Spare Ribs.
No Name Tilapia® are premium, skinless seafood fillets that are mildly marinated. Each box contains five fillets (5 ounces each). NP
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