Babé Farms Launches New Baby Butter Cakes™; Ande Manos Shares

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Tue. September 5th, 2023 - by Peggy Packer

SANTA MARIA, CA - Cake is on its way to the produce department! No, I'm not talking about a baked delicacy covered in sugar-filled frosting, but rather an exciting fresh innovation. Baby Butter Cakes™ are joining Babé Farms' luxurious lettuce lineup. Attendees of this year's Global Produce & Floral Show in Anaheim, California, hosted by the International Fresh Produce Association (IFPA), will have the opportunity to get an up-close look at the captivating new offering.

Ande Manos, Director of Sales and Marketing, Babé Farms"Babé Farms is thrilled to introduce this unique, new item our team has worked so hard on," expressed Ande Manos, Director of Sales and Marketing for Babé Farms. "As we finalize our production and supply plans, our supplies are currently limited. We highly value the feedback from our customers, as it will be instrumental in ensuring a seamless introduction and efficient distribution. We kindly request our buyers to promptly contact their sales representatives with their estimated weekly purchasing volume."

Available in both green and red varieties, Baby Butter Cakes derive their name from their delectable buttery flavor and captivating cake-like shape, a press release noted. The product offers an abundance of convenience, with three times the number of leaves compared to an average butterhead lettuce.

Babé Farms has launched Baby Butter Cakes™ to its luxurious lettuce lineup with limited supplies

As the release went on to note, each piece maintains a uniform shape and size, exemplifying Babé Farms' unwavering commitment to quality and consistency.

Consumers will flock to these high-quality lettuce offerings that embrace a soft and luscious texture with ribboning leaves that beautifully cradle dressings.

Check out this enticing new item firsthand at booth #2056 during the Global Produce & Floral Show!

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