No lettuce in these salads, they're packed with greens - The Packer

No lettuce in these salads, they're packed with greens

04/19/2012 12:18:00 PM
Mike Hornick

Photos courtesy San Miguel ProduceOxnard, Calif.-based San Miguel Produce has launched nine new salads and salad kits comprised of dark leafy greens — with no lettuce or spring mix.

Featuring kales, beet greens, spinach and Asian greens, the seven conventional and two organic blends belong to the company’s Super Greens salad series, according to an April 15 news release.

Among the salads and kits bearing the Cut ‘n Clean Greens label:

  • Five salads and kits under the SuperKALE banner. They include a conventional and organic Rainbow Kale Salad with red, green and lacinato kale; two conventional kits offering zesty orange vinaigrette or avocado tomatillo dressing; and an organic kit with toasted sesame vinaigrette.
  • Two products under the IRONman banner: a salad kit with bacon dressing, and a salad with beet greens and semi-savoy spinach.
  • Two products under the EnerCHI banner, an Asian Greens Salad with baby bok choy, snow pea shoots and Asian mustard greens; plus a salad kit with toasted sesame vinaigrette.

All are triple-washed, according to the release.

The salads and salad kits come in clamshells from 7 ounces to 16 ounces, with foodservice packs available in 2.5-pound bags.

San Miguel Produce also offers a line of Asian greens under the Jade label.



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Jill, The Veggie Queen    
Northern California  |  April, 30, 2012 at 03:08 PM

What a great idea to get people to eat more dark, leafy greens. I hope that this product is well received. People often love kale saladds but not making them. More greens, please.

Anita G    
Massachusetts  |  May, 02, 2012 at 08:18 AM

BAD Grammar ALERT! Things can NOT be "comprised of" - but they CAN be "composed of". EDITORS: Please do NOT promote BAD grammar in the US! our populace is already uninformed enough!

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