What Amazing Vegetables
Rietberg/Germany, 21 August 2020. The Frostkrone Food Group has discovered the world of greens and immediately given it a snack look. Green Date is the name of the new free-from food range. And this range certainly delivers what its name promises: all the ingredients are absolutely natural. You'll find nothing here that doesn't belong here. Just one bite and you're lost in pure vegetable bliss.
"All of us are a little bit in love with Green Date," reveals Frédéric Dervieux. "We wanted to create a completely new selection of finger food and snacks for our customers. Something where the feeling of Nature chimes together perfectly with snack appeal. Products that the consumer looks at and then wants to take a bite of immediately." Because for the Frostkrone Food Group a potpourri of dynamic variety remains the aspiration and the yardstick by which every innovation is measured.
For Vegans, Vegetarians, Flexitarians – For Everyone Who Loves Culinary Delights
The new snack range is for all those who wish to go meatless but who nevertheless do not intend to follow a monotonous diet.
The idea behind the concept: ingredients that you can see and taste – and that are as natural as they are delicious. A vegetable Garden of Eden awaits your taste buds – the selection of different types of carefully prepared vegetables ranges from peas, carrots, bell peppers, courgettes through sweet potatoes right up to kale. In our endeavours to protect as many of the substances in the rich, vegetable nutrient systems as possible, the handling process is especially minimal and gentle.
All the Green Date products are gluten-free, lactose-free and also free of all preservatives and flavour enhancers. They are not pre-fried, either.
With a Coating, Naked and a Great Selection
So that things definitely do not become boring, the Frostkrone Food Group has developed six different snack types. The product developers have homed in on the predilections and ingredients of various cultures and cuisines and married them together in such a way that new and exciting taste experiences have come into being.
The deep-frozen products are available in a variety of ways, e.g. as mini cakes, croquettes, balls and as burgers. And they are on offer with a coating or in the naked version.
- Curry Kiss: Fresh and fruity Indian-style and made of nutritious edamame beans in a delicious paste of mango and tiger nuts combined with apples, carrots, coconut flakes and onions. Available with a crunchy coating of coriander, black onion seeds and rice flakes. On offer as burgers and mini cakes.
- Beet Affair with its luscious paste of aromatic horseradish and tiger nuts in harmony with beetroot, carrot and apple invites you to savour some really serious and sensual eating pleasure. Even more magic destined to put a spell on your taste buds is conjured up by the coating of black pepper, parsley and chives. Available as balls and as burgers.
- With Kale Crush even cabbage gets to be sexy. The hearty vegetable scores points as a double act with sweet potatoes and a spicy tiger nut paste. Crunchily delicious with an extra nutty aroma - the variation with a coating enhanced by poppy seeds. Available as mini cakes and as burgers.
- Smoky Touch: Whether it's sizzling in a hot frying pan or baking to a golden brown in the oven: take a big bite and savour the full taste of kidney beans, onions, sweetcorn and red pepper. The variation on offer provides a kick courtesy of red chilli flakes in a crispy coating. Available as burgers.
- Garden Quickie: Fresh, crunchy carrots, broccoli, spinach and peas inspired by the kick of an aromatic paste of herbs and tiger nuts. Perfected with an awesome coating of parsley, chives and linseeds. Available as balls and as burgers.
- Sunset Flirt: The crunchy coating with its powerful herb mix of thyme, basil and onion conceals within a composition of carrot, bell peppers and mushrooms in an elegant paste of peppers and tiger nuts. Only available in the coated version as croquettes and burgers.
Tiger Nuts, the Crunchy Super Hero - Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free and Free of Allergens
But what is the secret hidden behind the sheer pleasure of biting into this crunchy sensation that gives your taste buds such a delicious kick? One ingredient that can hardly be beaten when it comes to nutrients: the tiger nut. The legendary powerhouse is brimming over with fibre, protein, iron, potassium, vitamin E and unsaturated fatty acids.
Although it is called a tiger nut and it tastes very similar to hazelnuts or almonds, the tiger nut is actually a tuber. It is free of allergens and also gluten-free and lactose-free.
Green Date is also online
Detailed information on Green Date and on all its product variations can be found at www.mygreendate.com.
ABOUT THE FROSTKRONE FOOD GROUP
Frostkrone - with its headquarters located in the town of Rietberg, in the federal German state of North Rhine-Westphalia - is specialised in the production and marketing of deep-frozen finger food and snack products. Since its founding in 1997, the company has established itself as an innovative trendsetter in the deep-frozen, convenience food segment.
In addition to the frostkrone Tiefkühlkost GmbH and the Bornholter Käsevertriebs- und Produktionsgesellschaft GmbH, since 2018 Piz’wich Europe SAS and Varenne Gastronomie SAS have also been part of the Frostkrone Food Group. In 2019 the US-American business Rite Stuff Foods Inc. swelled the ranks when they joined the Group. Since February 2020 Innovate Foods Ltd. from Great Britain have also belonged to the corporate group.
The Frostkrone Food Group stands out in sharp relief because of its incredibly wide variety of finger food and snacks. The Group markets its products in the food retail trade and also in the food service industry. The many-faceted range of products is available worldwide in a great deal of countries including those in Scandinavia, the Netherlands, France, Spain, Portugal, Great Britain, Switzerland, in the eastern European countries, Asia and in the USA.
The Frostkrone Food Group boasts several cutting-edge production facilities in Germany, France, Great Britain and in the USA.