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Butterball Foodservice Releases Three Fresh Turkey Products

April 21, 2015 Industry News
Industry News

Butterball Foodservice introduces three new products, now available in distribution.

Butterball Just Perfect Handcrafted All Natural Oven Roasted Turkey Breast, Butterball Just Perfect Handcrafted All Natural Browned in Oil Turkey Breast, and Butterball Just Perfect Handcrafted Petite Roast & Serve Turkey Breast were created specifically for menu versatility and growing interest in healthier protein options.

Naturally gluten-free and trans fat free, the turkey breast products are ideal for carving applications, entrées, and sandwiches.

Both the Oven Roasted and Browned in Oil varieties of Just Perfect HandCrafted All Natural Turkey Breast have water, sea salt, and sugar as the only added ingredients. Healthful and delicious, these ultra-premium Butterball Turkey Breasts are packaged as two eight-pound, pan-shaped breasts per case.

The new Butterball Just Perfect Handcrafted Petite Roast & Serve Turkey Breast is a smaller, hassle-free version of the popular Butterball Just Perfect Handcrafted Roast & Serve Turkey Breast. The compact size is uniquely suited for less waste and quicker roasting times.

Fully cooked and skin-on, the single lobe turkey breast is made for cooler-to-oven convenience to deliver freshly roasted turkey in under an hour. Lower in sodium, the breasts also can be topically seasoned or glazed, allowing operations to create their own signature meals. Available in four, five-pound breasts per case.

“As consumers increasingly seek better-for-you options, we are committed to offering more on-trend products that can easily be incorporated into menus,” says Richie Jenkins, senior director of marketing for Butterball Foodservice. “Perfect for a wide variety of meal applications, the new Butterball Just Perfect Turkey Breasts offer exceptional taste to diners and maximum convenience to chefs.”

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