Local Bounti Corporation is making waves in the controlled environment agriculture industry with the expansion of its Grab & Go Salad Kit line. The company has introduced two new recipes that feature premium, antibiotic-free white meat chicken, bringing a category innovation to the market. The Artisanal Chicken Caesar and Memphis Style BBQ Chicken Salad Kits will be available in select local grocery stores in the Pacific Northwest starting in June.
Local Bounti has gained recognition for its commitment to nourishing humankind while protecting the planet. Leveraging its innovative indoor growing facilities and Stack & Flow Technology™, the company offers fresher, high-quality, and sustainable produce year-round. The Grab & Go Salad Kit line is a testament to Local Bounti’s mission, providing consumers with convenient, healthy, and delicious meal options.
Brian Cook, President of Local Bounti, expressed excitement about the expansion of the Grab & Go Salad Kit line, highlighting the strong consumer demand for their existing products. By incorporating premium, antibiotic-free white meat chicken into the chef-inspired salads, Local Bounti aims to cater to the growing interest in fresh and convenient meal options that are rich in protein.
The Artisanal Chicken Caesar Salad is made with Northwest greenhouse-grown Romaine salad, tender white meat chicken, parmesan cheese, savory croutons, and a creamy Romano Caesar dressing. It’s a classic salad with a twist, offering a quick, tasty lunch option and providing a good source of protein with 19g per kit.
For those craving a smoky and flavorful salad, the Memphis Style BBQ Chicken Salad is an excellent choice. It features Northwest greenhouse-grown Romaine Crisp, honey hickory seasoned white meat chicken, fresh corn and black bean salsa, tangy pickled red onions, crispy fried onions, pepper jack cheese, and Local Bounti’s special BBQ Ranch dressing. This salad also offers a good source of protein with 15g per kit.
Local Bounti’s Artisanal Chicken Caesar and Memphis Style BBQ Chicken Salad Kits will initially be available in select grocery stores in the Pacific Northwest, with plans for further expansion soon. The company’s dedication to sustainable growing methods sets it apart, using 90% less land and 90% less water than conventional farming methods. By reducing the environmental impact and minimizing food miles, Local Bounti brings fresher, more nutritious produce to consumers’ kitchens.
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