Hummus Vegetable Tray
Mann’s new 17oz vegetable tray featuring Sabra® hummus with broccoli, sugar snap peas, celery, carrots and tomatoes is currently available at Safeway stores in CA, AZ, CO, MD, OR, WA, AK and HI. This ready to eat fresh veggie tray paired with the leading American hummus brand creates a healthy and flavorful grab and go package.
Vegetable Chop Salad Kits
Mann has added two Vegetable Salad Kits to our product line. Everything is included in these vegetable based kits, just open, pour in a bowl, and toss all of the ingredients together. Mom can “cook like a pro” with these new salads.
The U.S. salads are Cantina Crunch Kit and Asian Citrus Crunch Kit. In Canada we are launching these new products as Fiesta Salad Kit and Oriental Salad Kit. Take one home today and enjoy the healthy, delicious salad kit.
Veggie Mac & Cheese
We know families face a battle to get their kids to eat healthy meals, especially veggies! The good news is that the battle is finally over – with delicious and nutritious Veggie Mac-n-Cheese meal kits that kids will want to eat and moms will feel good about serving!
Mann’s Veggie Mac-n-Cheese contain fresh broccoli, ready to heat fresh pasta and a delicious cheese sauce.
Available in two irresistible flavors: Classic Cheddar with Broccoli and Bacon Cheddar with Broccoli; Mann’s Veggie Mac-n-Cheese is simple to make. Just open the bag, mix ingredients and microwave or cook on the stove top – dinner is served in four minutes or less!
Each package contains three, one-cup servings, and is a simple and delicious way to add a fresh side dish to your favorite meals; or serve as a quick and easy meal on its own.
Look for Mann’s Veggie Mac-n-Cheese in the produce department (next to the bagged salads and refrigerated salad dressings) in your local grocery store now!
The Battle Is Over!
Broccoli with Classic Cheddar
Broccoli with Bacon Cheddar
Mann’s Lidless Trays
Mann Packing released a new video and ad campaign at United Fresh to reinforce the sustainability features of its lidless vegetable trays.
Last fall the company re-designed its vegetable platter and removed the familiar black plastic portion of the package commonly used as the lid.
The company decided to redesign the platters after conducting research into what consumers want in fresh item packaging.
The research found that 92 percent of consumers asked said they did not use the black trays for serving as intended (even when instructions prompt them to do so); and when told about the positive impact removing the lids would have on the environment, the same 92 percent said they would be happy without them.
The new tray has 38 percent less packaging than the old tray, and 50 percent less packaging than other trays on the market.
If all vegetables trays on the market remove this packaging feature, it would reduce the amount of plastic that goes into the landfills by more than 2 million pounds annually.