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Carolina Pride Debuts Chicken Breast Lunchmeats

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Greenwood, South Carolina-based Carolina Pride is introducing four new chicken breast lunchmeat items under its Carolina Pride Meats brand.

The varieties are 95 percent fat-free chicken breast and 95 percent fat-free honey smoked chicken breast. Each variety will be available in four-ounce, 4×4 peggable packages and 10-oz, 4×6 packages.

The items join a lunchmeat lineup that includes flavored hams, turkey breasts, salami and bologna.

The chicken items will appear on grocery store shelves in the near future. The packaging highlights key product attributes and enables consumers to identify product information, serving instructions and nutritional information for these new chicken breast items.

Demand for boneless chicken breast and for chicken breast lunchmeats continues to grow. CEO David Wiggins notes that, “Our loyal customers are looking for more great-tasting lunchmeat options, and these new Chicken Breast items deliver on our commitment to provide great food at a good value. In a rapidly changing world, our values of hospitality, quality, and family don’t change, which is why we continue to resonate with a growing number loyal customers who consider our brand an important family tradition.”

Carolina Pride supplies distributors, restaurants and retailers with smoked meats, sausages, hot dogs and lunchmeats. Products include original, thick-sliced and lower sodium bacon, sliced 4×6 hams and turkey breasts, smoked sausage, cocktail smoked sausage and breakfast sausage, in addition to sandwich-ready lunchmeats and bologna.

For more information, visit carolinapride.com.

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