Fresh Frozen Veggies: 101
Alison’s Pantry customers often comment on how “different” our frozen vegetables are from the ones they buy in the grocery store. We chuckle, but we know why, and we’re quite proud of our pretty veggies. Here’s why ours don’t look like the others:
- They’re Grade A, which means they’re pretty perfect. They’re the same grade served at upscale restaurants.
- Brighter color; better texture.
- Harvested and packed fresh in mere hours.
If you’ve never tried Alison’s Pantry vegetables, add some healthy color to your next grocery order. We’ll share some of our top-sellers below to get you started.
Top-Selling Vegetable Blends
IQF, Grade A Brussels sprouts 1″ to 1¼” in diameter, packed approx. 60 to 80 per package.
Blend of broccoli, cauliflower, sliced carrots, zucchini and yellow squash.
A simple mix that’s simply delicious. 60% broccoli cuts and florets and 40% cauliflower florets.
Grade A spears cut to uniform 5″ lengths, these spears are 3/8″ to 5/8″ in diameter.
Whole green beans – bright in color, farm-fresh taste, snappy flavor.
Use in pitas, vegetarian tacos or simply as a side dish. Onion strips, with red, green and yellow bell pepper strips.