California Giant Offers Berry Cold Weather Comforts for Consumers

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Tue. November 3rd, 2015
- by Melissa De Leon Chavez     

WATSONVILLE, CA - California Giant is looking to freshen up some fall and winter classics with a berry twist. We all have our own favorite comfort foods when it comes to snuggle season, consumers included, so why not show them what they’re missing?

Here’s a few ideas to inspire your customers and push your berry display as the cold season comes:

Raspberry Paleo Muffins with a Pumpkin Twist

Let’s just say we read the title and our stomachs made their presence known. Pumpkin is a staple of the season, and the combination just makes sense. Plus, thanks to Starbucks, it has become something of a buzzword that more than the squash facet of the industry can enjoy. Bonus: bake time is only about 30 minutes. See the full recipe here.

Blackberry Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

Fancy to look at but easy to prepare is a beautiful combination for today’s on-the-go consumer market. Offering moms a grilled cheese sandwich that they can make for their children with antioxidants in time for cold and flu season isn’t a bad twist either. Find the recipe here.

Slow Cooker Chicken with a Berry Glaze

With chilly weather setting in, the slow cookers will be coming out. The method is a popular one because it gives you a flavorful dish while not having to be present during the entire cook time. The ability to incorporate berries into this savory preparation opens up an entire market of at-home cookers to the berry aisle. Click here to see the recipe.

These are just a few ideas of how to open up your consumers to the benefits and possibilities a berry twist can present for sweater weather. California Giant's entire eCookbook provides a number of ideas on how consumers can incorporate berries to make their dishes healthier. Click here to download Recipes for a Healthy Life for free.

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