American Roland Food Corp. introduces new quinoa products

American Roland Food Corp. introduces new quinoa products

American Roland Food Corp. launches a new line of naturally flavored Andean quinoa.

Some nights it’s all you can do to boil a pot of water for macaroni and cheese from a box: it’s quick and it’s easy. What if, on those Easy Mac nights, you could whip something up with even less effort that was also healthy and delicious? It sounds nearly impossible. Most meals fall into one of three categories: quick, delicious, or healthy. It’s rare to find a meal that satisfies all three.

Luckily, for those of us who reach for the Easy Mac more nights than we care to admit, American Roland Food Corp. has introduced a new line of flavored quinoa. Made from nutritious Andean quinoa and flavored with all natural ingredients, Roland® flavored quinoa requires nothing more than a pot of boiling water. Quinoa is a wholegrain from the Andes, rich in fiber and amino acids, and prized for its high protein content. While Easy Mac can sometimes seems like the best option for something quick, new flavored quinoa from American Roland Food Corp. fills a much needed gap in the market.

Flavors like Roasted Garlic, Garden Vegetable, Black Bean, Toasted Sesame Ginger and Mediterranean guarantee that dinner will be snappy and delicious. Flavors come from all natural ingredients like carrots, onion, tomato, garlic, celery and sea salt.

The quinoa is perfect on its own, and also works well as a base for other dishes.

Serving suggestions:

-Toss Mediterranean Quinoa with cherry tomatoes, feta, fresh basil, lemon and olive oil.

-Pack Black Bean Quinoa, cheddar cheese, beans and salsa into a flour tortilla for a healthy burrito

-Top Roasted Garlic Quinoa with a wilted greens and a fried egg

-Substitute Sesame Ginger Quinoa for rice in any stir fry—try cooking cabbage with snap peas or mushrooms in ginger, garlic and soy sauce


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