Dr. Praeger’s combines red peppers, onions, carrots and string beans with ingredients such as edamame, coconut milk, soy sauce, lemon grass, ginger, Thai basil and cilantro to create an all natural veggie burger with a Thai-inspired twist. Adding to their globally-inspired options, these new burgers are being introduced one month after the launch of the Dr. Praeger’s Asian Veggie Burgers, which are gaining popularity with retailers and consumers alike.
“We want to continue to bring more variety and excitement to the veggie burger category,” says Larry Praeger, vice president of Dr. Praeger’s Sensible Foods. “Our mission is to help consumers see nutritious food in a new way, and our new Thai Veggie Burgers do just that. They’re a delicious and convenient option for those craving more healthful, Thai-inspired dishes.”
The new Thai Veggie Burgers have only 140 calories per patty, with low saturated fat, no cholesterol or trans fat, and no preservatives or artificial flavorings. These tnew burgers are a great option for vegans, vegetarians and those looking to add “better-for-you” meal options to their freezers, officials add. The burgers have an SRP of $3.99 per box of four, individually wrapped patties, and will begin shipping to retailers nationally this month.
Dr. Praeger’s offers a broad assortment of veggie burgers, veggie pancakes, fish sticks, and an entire line-up just for kids. With no artificial flavors or colors, and low saturated fat and cholesterol, Dr. Praeger’s Sensible Foods products appeal to a wide range of consumers – from those looking for a sensible meat alternative to those looking for a healthier snack options.
Adding to their line of globally-inspired, trend-forward frozen food products, Dr. Praeger’s Sensible Foods is proud to announce the launch of their new all natural Thai Veggie Burgers. Made with recognizable ingredients, these first-of-a-kind veggie burgers are perfect for helping consumers create flavorful, as well as sensible and convenient Thai-inspired burger, stir fry and salad dishes, company officials say.