Arthur Schuman Inc., an importer and distributor of domestic hard cheeses, has partnered with the Greek Company Dodoni SA, establishing the company as the exclusive importer and distributor of Dodoni SA Products in the U.S. Dodoni is widely recognized around the world for its P.D.O. (Protected Destination of Origin) feta cheese and other Greek dairy products. The partnership between the two dairy companies provides the U.S. market with widespread access to these premium authentic Greek products.
“As a company that prides itself on importing the best cheeses and working with the strongest and most sustainable companies, Dodoni SA is a natural fit for us,” explained Neal Schuman, President and Owner of Arthur Schuman, a fourth generation family business. “We believe Dodoni, and particularly its P.D.O. feta cheese, will thrive in the US market.”
Dodoni cheese and dairy products are currently available for order from Arthur Schuman and requests from customers across retail, foodservice and industrial markets may be placed starting immediately. The products will be available at major club stores with national reach, with additional outlets to follow.
Arthur Shuman and its distribution network will be targeting all channels of distribution, in particular those customers who demand and appreciate the best quality cheeses.
Kontos Foods, Inc. will be exhibiting its Flatbread and Fillo pastry products at the SIAL Canada International Food & Beverage Tradeshow at the Palais des Congrès de Montréal from April 2 through April 4. Kontos will be located at Booth #801 in the USA Pavilion.
Kontos Foods, which offers over 50 varieties of flatbreads, will be showcasing several products, including its Pocket-Less Pita®, the traditional pita of the Eastern Mediterranean, and NEW Greek Lifestyle Flatbread, which has twice the protein, half the carbohydrates and less calories and sugar than other flatbreads. Show visitors will also be able to check out Kontos’ Asian Nans, Pan Plano – infused with the spicy flavors of Mexico – Panini breads and cocktail flatbreads, as well as a variety of fillo products.
“SIAL Canada is the perfect showcase to demonstrate the depth and breadth of Kontos’ products,” said Steve Kontos, Vice President of Kontos Foods. “Many of the flatbreads we’ll be bringing to the show have French-language packaging specifically designed for the Quebec market.”
SIAL Canada is co-located with SET Canada, the National Food Equipment and Technology Tradeshow. The shows, which cater to North American food-industry professionals, host 14,000 professional visitors from 61 countries and 750 exhibitors from 45 countries. SIAL Canada runs Wednesday, April 2 and Thursday, April 3 from 10 am to 6 pm, and on Friday, April 4 from 10 am to 4 pm. For more information about SIAL Canada, visit www.congresmtl.com
Kontos sells its products to retailers and foodservice establishments across North America and several other countries. Find Kontos on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Kontosfoods and follow the company on Twitter @KontosFoods.
Chobani announced today it will donate more than 5,000 cups of fresh Greek yogurt originally intended for Team USA athletes competing in Sochi, Russia, to food banks in New York and New Jersey.
“As a proud supporter of Team USA over the past four years, we’re disappointed our athletes won’t be able to enjoy Chobani while they compete in the games as we all hoped, and are deeply appreciative to everyone who tried to help get it there, especially Sens. Schumer and Gillibrand and various officials here at home,” said Hamdi Ulukaya, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Chobani. “It’s been a long, cold winter and we’re happy incredible organizations in New York and New Jersey, who share our vision to provide nutritious foods, will be able to serve fresh cups of Chobani to those in need. We’ll be waiting for our athletes when they come home while cheering them on every step of the way,” he added.
As the official yogurt of the 2014 U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Teams, chefs and nutritionists serve Chobani to athletes at the U.S. Olympic Training Centers. To naturally power Team USA and provide food they enjoy from home, Chobani intended to deliver 5,000 fresh single-serve cups of blueberry, strawberry and peach Chobani, and multi-serve containers of plain Chobani yogurt for smoothies, to Team USA athletes in Sochi.
For years, Chobani has frequently donated products to organizations in New York and Idaho and through its foundation is actively focused on making good food more accessible to all, especially youth and underserved communities. Since Chobani’s earliest days, it has made a pledge to give 10 percent of its profits to charity and supports grassroots organizations all over the world. Chobani will deliver the 5,000-plus units of fresh Greek yogurt intended for Team USA to food banks in New Jersey and New York City.