Company expanding product line, sauces earning media attention, bi-coastal
PORTLAND, Maine, Dec. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Maine's Good Clean Food today announced the launch of its new line of all-natural simmer sauces for chicken. The new sauces -- Cacciatore, French Tarragon and Maine Cider -- have hit shelves at Whole Foods markets throughout the north Atlantic (MA, ME, RI) and northeast regions (NY, NJ, CT), with plans for rapid, expanded distribution already underway. This latest round of distribution adds to the company's well-received simmer sauces for seafood (Creole, Scandinavian Dill and Mediterranean), already offered at both Whole Foods and Hannaford markets from Maine down to Kentucky. Good Clean Food recently moved to national distribution, as well, through the company's website (http://www.goodcleanfood.com).
The company's hand-crafted simmer sauces, available in the refrigerated seafood and fresh poultry sections of markets, represent a whole new "quality in a jar" offering. By simply adding fresh seafood or chicken to Good Clean Food sauces, then simmering for 10-15 minutes, the entire meal is ready.
"Our sauces offer incomparable taste and convenience" noted Kurt Shisler, Founder and President of the Portland, ME-based company, "because chefs prepare them in a kitchen, not a factory, in small batches, not on a production line."
The company's new simmer sauces for chicken are being hailed for their
tremendous convenience and classic flavor combinations, like a velvety
French Tarragon, and rustic Cacciatore. Also gaining raves is their
seasonal Maine Cider sauce made with a Maine McIntosh apple cider
reduction, slow-simmered onions and fresh sage. All Good Clean Food sauces
are low in fat and sodium, contain no additives, no antibiotics or GMOs.
The sauces are made with fresh, high quality ingredients like shiitake
|SOURCE Good Clean Food|
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