This Holiday Season, Reach Into Your
Farmer’s Pantry For Cornbread Crisps
Holiday Stuffing Recipe
New York, New York (November, 2016) - Farmer’s Pantry, the proudly American new snack brand, debuts the first in its line of exciting new snacks: Farmer’s Pantry Cornbread Crisps. Farmer’s Pantry snacks are a revolutionary product - the first cornbread cracker snack to hit the market. Perfect to “feed your hunger,” these snacks are great for kids and adults alike as they offer a satisfying, healthy and natural snack that is as innovative as it is delicious. Farmer’s Pantry snacks are always made in America with ingredients you would only find in a farmer’s pantry and always grown on U.S. family farms. These delicious snacks are perfect for tailgating, holiday and SuperBowl parties as well as great for travel, hikes or to pack in your gym bag or purse.Visit www.farmerspantry.farm for more information.
Farmer’s Pantry Cornbread Crisps, available in Original, Jalapeno and Honey-Butter flavors, are a crispy, savory snack that tastes as mouth-wateringly delicious as the first bite of a slice of corn bread or corn muffin. Made from fresh corn and other whole grains grown on American farms, these crisps are sure to appeal to discriminating snackers across the country.
Farmer’s Pantry snacks are hitting the market at exactly the right time to make a difference. According to a recent 490 person Nielsen poll, most said they "enjoyed" eating all the time. After enjoyment, the second most common reason Americans cite for eating a snack in the past 30 days is "to satisfy hunger” in between meals.1 Another 30,000 person Nielsen poll cited that 90 percent of people surveyed said that they snack at least once a day, and a full 45 percent of people actually replace at least one regular meal a day with snacks.2 And finally, according to analysis by Euromonitor, sales of snacks account for 40% of the $370 billion U.S. packaged food market and are set to grow 2% annually through 2019, thanks in large part to millennials who eat more snacks than any other group.3
“Farmers Pantry Cornbread Crisps are truly the best thing since sliced bread!” said Josh Chaitovsky, co-founder and CEO of Farmer’s Pantry. “We believe it’s high-time for snacks to resolve the trade-off between being wholesome, made from natural ingredients and delicious. But to be truly sustainable, we also pledge to give back to our American farmers, and to hungry Americans in need, by supporting important charities such as Veterans Farm, Farm Aid, and The Family Farm charities.”
Farmer’s Pantry Cornbread Crisps are available in Original, Jalapeno and Honey-Butter flavors, in two sizes: 6-ounce bags of regular size Cornbread Crisps and 2-ounce bags of bite-sized Cornbread Crisps. Perfect for supermarkets, mass market retailers, airport stores, and convenience stores, online Farmer’s Pantry Cornbread Crisps are available in 12 per case, and will retail in the $3.99 range for 6oz bags, and under $2.00 for 2oz bags.
Farmer’s Pantry creates hearty, tasty American snacks from freshly grown vegetables sourced on local American farms. Cornbread Crisps are the first of their incredible line of innovative, healthy snacks that are sure to “feed your hunger.” Visit Farmer’s Pantry online at www.farmerspantry.farm.
Enjoy this Farmer’s Pantry Cornbread Crisps stuffing, adapted from a century old Italian family recipe!
Farmer’s Pantry Cornbread Crisp Recipe
Courtesy of Esther Lilli, from an Italian family recipe circa 1880
2 cups Farmer’s Pantry Cornbread Crisps, crushed
3 cloves of garlic, diced
1 small onion, diced small
2 stalks of celery, diced small
2 pounds of Italian Sausage – casings removed
½ cup grated Parmesan Cheese
1 small potato, mashed
1 cup chicken broth or chicken stock
How To Prepare
Cook Italian Sausage until done, but do not crisp. As it cooks, use a wooden spoon to create small pieces. Remove from pan and set aside.
Sautee garlic, onion and celery in olive oil until golden brown (about 8-10 minutes on medium heat).
Remove from pan.
Add all ingredients and mix in a large bowl.
Grease a baking pan, and cook at 350 degrees for 40 minutes.
Serve hot, or cover and heat the next day.
1 Berman, Jillian. "Americans Spending More On Snacks, Less On Actual Real Food." The Huffington Post. TheHuffingtonPost.com, 2 Oct. 2014. Web. 10 Mar. 2016.
2 "Global Snack Food Sales Reach $374 Billion Annually." Nielsen. 30 Sept. 2014. Web. 10 Mar. 2016.
3 Crawford, Elizabeth. "Millennials Are Driving Snack Sales Growth & Reshaping How Americans Eat, Euromonitor Says." FoodNavigator-USA.com. 22 May 2015. Web. 10 Mar. 2016.
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