InHarvest to intro Signature Blends IQF at CRFA show

InHarvest to intro Signature Blends IQF at CRFA show

Newest line of menu solutions from a leading supplier of ancient and heirloom grains allows all operations to easily satisfy demand for mouthwatering whole-grain goodness.

InHarvest is proud to debut its newest line of whole-grain solutions for foodservice, Signature Blends IQF, at the Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association (CRFA) Show in Toronto, March 2 to 4, in partnership with Shalit Foods.

Signature Blends IQF are pre-cooked with all-natural ingredients and then flash frozen to preserve freshness. Now, it’s easier than ever for foodservice operators to serve InHarvest’s distinctive grain blends as sides, in soups and salads, as main-dish components and more. Simply thaw and serve or heat and serve to deliver ultimate flavor and quality with minimal labor.

“More and more people seek delicious whole-grain preparations outside the home, to achieve or maintain better health and well-being,” says Michael Holleman, InHarvest’s director of culinary development. “Many foodservice venues, however, lack adequate personnel or time to cook whole grains from scratch. That’s why our culinary team created Signature Blends IQF—the perfect blend of rice and grains to deliver unique flavors, textures and nutritional profiles—so that chefs and operators everywhere can meet the demands of their customers, effortlessly.”

InHarvest’s 100 percent whole-grain Signature Blends IQF feature heirloom and ancient grains such as quinoa, farro, brown rice, Colusari™ Red Rice, wild rice, wheat berries, barley and sprouted grains. All Signature Blends IQF are excellent sources of fiber. Additionally, GFSI/BRC certification ensures the highest cleaning standards in the industry, to guarantee utmost quality in every package.

InHarvest will offer tastings of its new Signature Blends IQF at Shalit Foods’ booth (#627) at the CRFA Show at Direct Energy Centre Exhibition Place. The annual CRFA Show—Canada’s largest foodservice trade show now in its 68th year—will feature more than 1,200 exhibit booths and cater to up to 13,000 industry professionals. 

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