D'Arrigo California Preps Customers with New Recipe Launches and Promotes Breast Cancer Awareness
- by Robert Schaulis
SALINAS, CA - If your company is looking for fun ways to pair food items with fall’s cooler breezes, D’Arrigo California has your back. The company is offering new marketing assets under its Andy Boy label. To highlight its specialty items, the company’s revived marketing debuts new recipes, culinary videos, and photography that will make you drool like Dracula in the dusky hours.
Spooky Broccoli Rabe Breakfast Pastries
To work off Halloween’s irresistibility for customers, Andy Boy worked with The Girl on Bloor’s Taylor Stinson to reveal his fun and kid-friendly new idea. The mom-approved pastry is a hearty, savory, cheesy, and green breakfast option. For the recipe, click here.
Roasted Sweet Potato and Broccoli Rabe Salad
Once Halloween has left us until next year, Thanksgiving will be on everyone’s mind. The problem of what to bring to family dinners never escapes any of us. Andy Boy’s popular spin makes Thanksgiving easier–and greener–for them. For the recipe, click here.
Broccoli Rabe and Sausage Stuffing
An Andy Boy classic to continue to show your customers how one of the calendar's biggest eating holidays can still be healthy and simple. For the recipe, click here.
Broccoli Rabe Layered Root Tart
Here is something to address the fall restfulness that settles with the deepening of colors. A new dish, the tart is an indulgent fall option, catering to those who can’t get enough greens with earthy root vegetables and broccoli rabe seasoned to savory perfection, with fresh herbs, rosemary, and thyme. For the recipe, click here.
Pumpkin and Fennel Soup with Chili Oil
Some of the more diet-conscious customers might turn away from these rich options, but as the ever astute planner, Andy Boy offers this lighter alternative. How can a customer say no to a pumpkin bowl? For the recipe, click here.
These are hardly all the options. For more inspiration to offer your customers, no matter what they are looking for, look too Andy Boy by visiting its website: www.andyboy.com.
Further, while Andy Boy has been hard at work creating what seems like an endless array of recipes to offer your customers, D’Arrigo has been working towards breast cancer awareness.
“We are so proud of our partnership with D’Arrigo California and their Andy Boy brand,” said Myra Biblowit, BCRF President and CEO, in a recent press release. “To date, their efforts have raised over $1.7 million for BCRF, funding more than 34,000 hours of breast cancer research. By partnering with the highest-rated breast cancer organization in the country, D’Arrigo is making a significant and tangible impact, and bringing us closer to a cure. We are tremendously grateful to D’Arrigo California for their incredible commitment to this cause.”
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and as the month trailed on, the company worked tireless to generate funds for research, prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and a cure. It has focused on the indiscretion breast cancer has on who it attacks, using the notion to promote everyone to get involved and spread awareness. As of 2017, D’Arrigo has donated over $1.7 million to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, and the company’s Andy Boy labels, bags, and boxes all proudly adorn a pink ribbon.
It looks like D’Arrigo has it all figured out–all its work and play helps to keep the doctor away.
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