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Snoboy Produce Makes Return

The famous Snoboy brand of fresh produce is launching into the retail marketplace after an absence of several years.

Bill Munger, president of Amerifresh, owner of the Snoboy brand, says Snoboy has been previously available only to foodservice customers like restaurants, schools, hospitals, casinos and cruise ships.

“We’ve heard from a number of past customers who grew up with the memories of buying Snoboy and now we are reintroducing the brand into independent grocers,” he said. “These grocers can now offer a well recognized brand with a reputation for consistently high-quality produce.”

Retail items being introduced include a 3-ct. pack of romaine hearts; a 2-lb. pack of hothouse bell peppers; sleeve celery; bagged romaine, red and green leaf lettuce; iceberg lettuce; bagged potatoes; bagged onions; apples; oranges; and lemons and limes.

“We have designed new labels and new packaging specifically for retail display and consumer convenience,” said Munger.

Since being introduced in 1925, the Snoboy brand has earned a reputation for consistent quality and freshness with grocers, restaurant operators and consumers. Produce for the brand is sourced from selected growers in the most fertile growing regions around the globe to provide availability and consistency, regardless of the season.


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