Ark Foods Introduces Clean Label Salads at PMA Fresh Summit
BROOKLYN, NY - PMA Fresh Summit is hitting its third and last day today, and the fresh produce buzz just keeps on rolling in. Ark Foods debuted a new line of packaged salads at the virtual trade show recently, and its Clean Label Salad lineup is sure to bring in the consumer crowd hungry for clean and plant-based offerings.
“Launching our Clean Label Salads at this time became even more important to us as we saw how customers adjusted to a new normal,” says Noah Robbins, Founder and CEO. “We’re proud to offer two full product lines to choose from when it comes to eating clean without steep costs or effort in the kitchen. We can’t wait to introduce these salads to customers.”
According to the press release, Clean Label Salads are made entirely from ingredients your great-grandma would recognize and will join Ark Foods’ lineup of best-selling heat-and-eat Veggie Bowls. The new line serves as an easier, healthier, affordable lunch option amidst a 40 percent rise in home cooking seen from the COVID-19 pandemic, as stated by The Food Industry Association, 2020 in the release.
The line will consist of four SKUs featuring updated nods to classic salads, with vegetables rarely seen in ready-to-eat salads, like watermelon radish and golden beets. The bowls range from 330—410 calories and deliver between 13—18 grams of protein for consumers focused on fueling up while achieving their health goals.
- Crunchy Kale Ranch - Plant-based ranch dressing, chickpea croutons, pepitas, brussels sprouts, and sun-dried tomatoes
- Bright Pesto Greens - Vegan pesto dressing, chickpea croutons, cashews, sun-dried tomatoes, and golden beets
- Cashew Kale Caesar - Plant-based Caesar dressing, chickpea croutons, red cabbage, and watermelon radish
- Ginger Sesame Greens - Ginger sesame dressing, pepitas, cashews, red carrots, and red cabbage
Clean Label Salads will be available starting in early 2021 at $4.99 MSRP per salad.
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