Edward & Sons Introduces Two New Organic Young Unseasoned Jackfruit Items – Versatile Vegan Alternative To Meat
Edward & Sons Trading Company (www.edwardandsons.com), a pioneer in the natural foods industry that introduced Miso-Cup® instant soup and gluten-free Brown Rice Snaps® to American consumers, is introducing two new organic young jackfruit items under their Edward & Sons brand.
These join their current Native Forest branded Organic Young Jackfuit, which has become a popular vegan alternative to meat thanks to its neutral flavor and meaty texture. The company introduced Native Forest jackfruit about a year ago and it’s now available in many Whole Foods Markets and numerous other stores where quality organic groceries are sold from coast to coast.
The new Edward & Sons Organic Young Jackfruit is offered in two cuts: chunky Pieces and versatile Shred – both unseasoned. This is an important distinction because other jackfruit items on the market are packed in sauces which means you’re out of luck if you don’t happen to like them. By comparison, Edward & Sons’ unseasoned organic young jackfruit is perfect for home chefs who wish to cook their own vegan specialties and prefer to add their own seasonings to complement their recipes (also noteworthy is that the company also offers the unseasoned shredded young Jackfruit in a 2 kg food service bag, making it an ideal resource for professional chefs).
Edward & Sons’ Organic Young Jackfruit items are brand new and only available to purchase on the www.edwardandsons.com website for now. They will begin to make their way onto Amazon in January and into stores this spring. Interested consumers should ask their favorite natural food store or supermarket to stock the items when they become available.
All of Edward & Sons’ Jackfruit packages are shelf stable, requiring no refrigeration until opened. Native Forest Jackfruit is canned in brine with a little organic lime juice. The new Edward & Sons Organic Young Jackfruit items have only one ingredient: 100% organic jackfruit. They are packed without any liquid in vacuum bags, which are loaded into color printed consumer boxes for displaying on grocery shelves.
Given that organic jackfruit is a wonderful food source, a versatile vegan ingredient and a boon for farmers in India who derive extra income from an indigenous fruit tree that requires almost no tending to thrive, it’s no wonder more and more people are learning about, buying and cooking with young jackfruit every day.