MamaMancini's adds ABF beef and turkey meatballs to offerings

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EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – MamaMancini's Holdings Inc., which processes and markets specialty pre-prepared, frozen and refrigerated all-natural food products, now offers Slow Cooked Italian Sauce and Antibiotic-Free Beef Meatballs and Slow Cooked Italian Sauce and Antibiotic-Free Turkey Meatballs. Meat used in the new products is from animals that were on strict vegetarian diets, free from animal by-products.
The products have been test-marketed in a national grocery store chain in the western US over the past 18 months and will now be made available with updated packaging for wide distribution throughout North America. Company products are currently available in 7,900 stores.

"At MamaMancini's we pride ourselves in offering nutritious and convenient products with all-natural ingredients; bringing to our customers what they want: authentic, healthy Italian food,” said Carl Wolf, chairman and CEO of the company. “In addition to our outstanding all-natural, preservative-free products, we now offer antibiotic- and hormone-free products for a growing segment of consumers desiring more socially responsible meal options, for only a slightly higher price point. We believe these consumers could become a fast growing segment of the food market.”

In addition to these new products, MamaMancini's manufactures and distributes a line of all-natural chicken meatballs with sauce, pork meatballs with sauce and other similar Italian products. The company's sales have been growing on a consistent basis as it expands its distribution channel, which includes many major retailers.
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