Get Adobe Flash player

New Tuscanini Parchment Crackers Offered in U.S.

From Tuscanini, maker of genuine brick wood oven personal pizzas, authentic home-style sauces, and hand-crafted biscotti, comes Tuscanini Parchment Crackers, paper-thin treats imported from the idyllic island of Sardinia off the sunny Italian coast. The crackers are imported into the U.S. by Kayco.

“Consumers are looking for simple yet sophisticated snack options,” says Kayco Vice President of Marketing Kimberly Cassar. “We know that crackers are found in 77 percent of U.S. households, and there is a demand for healthy yet delicious crackers. Tuscanini’s hand-crafted Parchment Crackers are baked, never fried, so they’re an ideal swap for flatbread, chips, or calorie-heavy snack crackers. Following the consumer preference for ultra-thin snacking options, our parchment crackers deliver authentic Italian flavor with just five simple ingredients and 120 calories per serving.”

All three varieties – olive oil, olive oil with rosemary, and olive oil with oregano – are GMO free and perfect with antipasto or served alongside a cheese plate, and make a delicious complement to an elegant Italian meal. Each cracker is made from an authentic Italian recipe using time-honored techniques to preserve their delicate flavor and texture. They’re OU kosher and dairy free, too.

Imported from Italy and packaged with 10 3.5-ounce packs per case, Tuscanini Parchment Crackers are sold in the cracker category, where they retail for $2.99 per pack, and to upscale restaurants. Kayco, also known as Kedem, is headquartered in Bayonne, New Jersey. Its kosher food products are available at independent grocers and in every major supermarket chain in the U.S. and can be found in more than 30 countries.

Reshaping the Apple Industry

The 25th Trade Show for Alpine Agriculture (Agrialp) kicks off with something truly special. As a little preview of next year’s leading trade show for the apple industry, the Fiera Bolzano exhibition center is offering the second Interpoma Innovation Camp together with IDM Südtirol Alto Adige. The event will be held November 23, 2017.

The aim of the Innovation Camp is to adapt and integrate startups’ ideas and projects in the best possible way to the territory, with a view to further development. Young entrepreneurs that already have their own products or services on the market will introduce themselves over the course of just one day.

InterpomaInnovationCamp_2016_01After getting to know one another and a general welcome, eight participants first present themselves to the group. Then there are two workshop sessions to elaborate and further develop their own ideas with experts and mentors, followed by a lunch break. In the late afternoon, the startups present their elaborated projects in front of invited representatives of the apple and farming industries. The jury announces the winner and the day ends with an informal get-together.

The main prize is a stand at the upcoming Interpoma on November 15-17, 2018, worth €2,500. This is a unique opportunity to meet around 450 exhibitors and 20,000 visitors from over 70 countries, a sure way to give the new business idea a decisive boost. The winners also have the chance to present themselves in front of the assembled international press at the presentation of Interpoma during Fruit Logistica, held in Berlin on February 7, 2018.

Applications for the Interpoma Innovation Camp are open until Friday, October 13 on the event’s website. Any young entrepreneur who developed an innovative solution, product or service in the field of apple cultivation, marketing, logistics or processing can apply.

The Interpoma Innovation Camp is a unique opportunity for all those who want to take on the challenges in the apple sector.

To find out more about the Interpoma Innovation Camp, visit www.startup-village.org/interpoma/2017 or http://www.fierabolzano.it/interpoma/en/

Fabrique Délices Refreshes Branding, Visual Identity

Fabrique Délices just redesigned its website; the new design gives a fresh look that better reflects the high quality of the company’s products. “We wanted to create a style that accurately reflects the artisanal side of our products with a twist of modernity,” said Sébastien Espinasse, Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

The company is currently redesigning the packaging for its entire line of products: pâtés, rillettes and mousses, truffle butters, dry and cured meat, specialty meats and all-natural sausages.

fabriquedelices editphoto1The new modern design features a bright color palette that catches the eye. Each label is printed with vivid colors and with the product name written on a chalkboard. This emphasizes the authentic and traditional aspect of the products.
This combination creates just the right style for Fabrique Délices charcuterie. With this new change, the products immediately stand out on grocery store shelves.
Charcuterie products have, undoubtedly, trended over the last few years – however, pâtés, rillettes and mousses are still unfamiliar to the American diet. In order to demonstrate how to enjoy these specialties, Fabrique Délices sleeves provide easy-to-understand instructions: within the sleeve, drawings detail how to build a charcuterie board, how to unmold pâtés, how to store the products and more.
“We want to be sure to provide the tastiest experience for our customers,” said Sebastien. The new look has now shipped to retailers nationwide and has received great feedback from customers.

Traditional and Artisanal Charcuterie since 1985

Fabrique Délices is based in Hayward, California, and has been preparing time-honored classics along with innovative products for more than 30 years.

With dedicated attention to consistent quality, Fabrique Délices has created an offering of more than 100 traditional French delicacies, including all-natural pâtés and mousses, duck breast, duck rillettes, boudins, sausages, truffle butters, cornichons and many more.

Fabrique Délices charcuterie is made in the USA with authentic French recipes using simple and high-quality ingredients to provide the best products.

Products are available nationwide in local specialty food stores such as Wholefoods Market, Mollie Stone’s, Andronico’s Market, Draeger’s Market, Lunardi’s Market, Mill Valley Market, Woodland Market, Schaub’s Meat, Sunshine Foods, Bev’ Mo Walnut Creek, Gourmet Corner, Gourmet & More, Dean & Deluca, as well as local Bay Area Farmer’s Markets in Palo Alto, San Mateo, Sunnyvale, Mountain View and Campbell.

For more information, email info@fabriquedelices.com or call 510.441.9500.

Find it HERE first!

Follow me on Twitter