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Blount Fine Foods

Blount Fine Foods

The consumer trend: Dining out is a treat, a special experience. Blount satisfies consumer expectations with premium-quality soups, side dishes and sauces that enhance your restaurants’ sales and profits. Blount makes it easy and labor-saving with, for example, boil-in-a-bag gourmet soups in wide-ranging inspired varieties that taste as fresh as if made in your own kitchen. And, Blount is always ready to partner with you to create your own custom recipes.

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Mac and cheese offers familiarity, favorite flavors shoppers love

Mac and cheese epitomizes comfort food. It’s also a great example of a versatile dish that can be a side, an appetizer or even a standalone entree.

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Mac and cheese offers familiarity, favorite flavors shoppers love

Mac and cheese epitomizes comfort food. It’s also a great example of a versatile dish that can be a side, an appetizer or even a standalone entree. Because mac and cheese is a dish that can be experim...

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Take advantage of peak soup season by building a soup program that’s on point.

As consumers add more plant-based foods to their diets, soups can play an important role for restaurant operators seeking to cater to the dietary interests of these customers.

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By offering soups and sides featuring high-quality ingredients and on-trend preparations, operators can ensure that they are appealing to today’s consumer sensibilities.

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