MAINE-MADE “GOOD CLEAN FOOD” LINE OF ALL-NATURAL SIMMER SAUCES ATTRACTING CUSTOMERS FROM MAINE TO KENTUCKY
The following press release just came into Serious Eats world headquarters from the folks at Good Clean Food. We think the idea of "Slow Food in a Jar" says so much. Has the inherent irony here somehow escaped the company and the PR firm responsible? So without further ado:
Hand-crafted “Slow Food in a Jar” Sauces Offering Fresh Flavor and Convenience, Plans for Additional Sauces in the Works
Portland, ME – Maine’s Good Clean Food (www.goodcleanfood.com) today announced that its line of all-natural, one-step simmer sauces is being offered by a growing number of high-profile, national supermarkets. The company’s refrigerated simmer sauces are now being sold in the fresh seafood departments of 72 market locations, by both Whole Food Markets and Hannaford Brothers, from northern Maine down to Louisville, Kentucky. Additional concrete growth plans are underway at Good Clean Food for flavor-filled, new product offerings and for continued market expansion, according to the company’s President and Founder, Kurt Shisler.
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