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Old El Paso Introduces Tortilla Pockets With Sealed Bottoms

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Ali Fedotowsky-Manno

Minneapolis, Minnesota-based Old El Paso is introducing its new Tortilla Pockets. The easy-to-hold soft flour tortillas have a sealed bottom for easy filling and less mess.

Old El Paso is celebrating taco night with “Bachelorette” and mom Ali Fedotowsky-Manno to share her family’s taco fixings and how she keeps mealtimes mess-free.

“At my house we call our weekly taco night ‘The Feast.’ My kids love seeing little bowls on the table full of delicious ingredients like beans, shredded cheese, lettuce, salsa and more, and they love making their own taco creations, but of course it can get a little messy,” Fedotowsky-Manno said. “Old El Paso Tortilla Pockets have a sealed bottom that make taco night even more enjoyable by containing all of your fillings. Now my kids get to be more adventurous and involved during dinner.”

Leaning into families’ love of tacos and a desire for mess-free meals, Tortilla Pockets are created with a sealed bottom and are portable, making them easy to hold onto.

“The inspiration behind our products is always rooted in how we help families spend more time together and create fun mealtime memories, which is why we’re so excited to introduce Tortilla Pockets,” said Emiko Brook, senior brand manager. “Tortilla Pockets are a new way for families to come together during a busy week and spend more time having fun around the dinner table.”

Old El Paso Tortilla Pockets are now available at retailers nationwide in an eight-pack or as part of a Tortilla Pockets Kit, which also includes Old El Paso’s Taco Seasoning and Original Taco Sauce, for even more convenience. Old El Paso offers a variety of products for delicious Tex-Mex-inspired meals.

To explore all the offerings and to learn more, visit OldElPaso.com.

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