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Teasdale Latin Foods Introduce Teasdale Simply Especial Flavored Beans

Teasdale Simply Especial

Teasdale Latin Foods has introduced its new Teasdale Simply Especial line of flavored beans.

The chefs in the Teasdale kitchen have fused pea protein into the formulas for the Simply Especial line to get 10 grams of plant-based protein per serving.

“This is a very exciting time and we’re at the forefront of innovation in the bean category. Right now, there is a global shift toward plant based-proteins. More and more consumers are incorporating plant-based proteins into their diets and we plan on being right there to provide them with quality and great flavors they can enjoy,” said Yvonne Conroy, director of marketing and innovation at Teasdale Latin Foods.

Teasdale Simply Especial comes in 15.5-oz. cans and is available in five Latin-flavored varieties including chili verde, chipotle rojo, Peruvian, spicy Cuban and Mexican chili. The company says the line already has received interest with early distribution gains at key retailers across the country.

Teasdale Latin Foods is a leading provider of branded and private label Latin foods for more than 70 years. The product line includes beans, hominy, tacos, tortillas, salsas, hot sauces, seasonings and peppers sold to retail, foodservice, wholesale, industrial and international channels. Retail brands include Teasdale, Casa Fiesta, Mexene, Jardines, Sontava!  and Teasdale Simply Especial. Teasdale services all channels of distribution nationally and operates facilities in Atwater, California; Hoopeston, Illinois; Greeley, Colorado;  Louisville, Kentucky; Buda, Texas; Carrolton, Texas; and a corporate office in Flower Mound, Texas.

Teasdale Latin Foods makes an effort to be good stewards of the earth, the environment and the communities in which the company operates. The company monitors its water usage and looks for opportunities to recycle water. It makes an effort to reduce energy use and packaging waste. Its solid food waste is distributed to local farmers for livestock feeds to minimize landfill space.


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