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More than ever, operators battling rising costs are turning to poultry as a lower-cost alternative to other proteins like pork and beef. In 2007, chicken was the #1 protein choice for consumers.1 And it’s not just lunch and dinner fare. More breakfast and snack items incorporating chicken are showing up on menus to help restaurants reduce their costs while still offering tasty, nutritional choices.
Feel comfortable using tenders across your menu. These consistently sized whole muscle tenders offer greater control over portion costs, allowing you to accurately calculate the number of portions - and profits - per case.
Grilled chicken sandwiches continue to grow in popularity. These consistently sized and shaped filets give you greater control over portions and food costs, and you can trust that the flavor will be consistent across all units.
Making something great has never been easier. Save time and energy with fully cooked products that provide real consistency food safety and portion control. Choose white meat dark meat or the combination you need. Plus, the applications for these products are endless—from fajitas to salads to small plates.
Wings, a staple on chain menus are more popular than ever. And fully cooked wings go straight from freezer to fryer and are ready in minutes so you can serve them as fast your customers can eat them.
1 NCC, 2008
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Turkey is versatile, low in fat and a stand-out with all kinds of flavors and cooking techniques. It easily transfers to the latest on-trend flavors and ethnic cuisines. Turkey is the #1 consumer choice for sandwiches, but don’t stop there. Try it in entrees and salads to attract health-conscious consumers with a flare for taste.