TUALATIN, Ore.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A champion of convenient foods made with pure, natural ingredients, Pacific Foods is breaking into the breakfast category with a line of organic ready-to-eat steel-cut oatmeal that goes from box to bowl in just minutes.
Packed with 4-7 grams of protein and 25+ grams of heart-healthy whole grains per serving, Pacific’s oatmeal is also a good source of fiber. It’s made in the traditional way: slow cooked in small batches, with touches of brown sugar, aromatic cinnamon and superfoods like flax and chia added to create a variety of hearty, heat-and-eat options.
“Most people who love steel-cut oats save them for the weekend because of the extra time and attention they require. With kids and pets and morning chaos, who’s got time to man the stove for thirty minutes?” said Kevin Tisdale, vice president of marketing for Pacific Foods. “Now, oatmeal lovers can cut corners on their morning routine because they know Pacific Foods didn’t.”
Pacific’s certified-organic oatmeal is vegan, dairy free, and soy free, and made from non-GMO ingredients. Available now in the hot cereal sections of natural food stores and conventional grocers nationwide (SRP $2.99 for 10 oz.), the five delicious flavors are great as is, or as a canvas to customize with favorite sweet or savory toppings:
- Apple & Cinnamon
- Flax & Chia Power
- Lightly Sweetened
- Maple & Brown Sugar
About Pacific Foods
Founded in 1987 in Tualatin, Ore., Pacific Foods is dedicated to simple ingredients cultivated through sustainable practices, making products that nourish and increase access to healthy, wholesome foods. It offers a wide variety of organic products, including flavorful soups, sauces, broths and stocks, as well as the widest range of non-dairy beverages and a growing collection of dips, meals and sides. Pacific’s delicious, nutritious foods are inspired by traditional recipes made convenient for busy, health-conscious consumers. The company’s products are sold throughout the U.S. and Canada in mainstream grocery and natural food stores. For more information, visit www.pacificfoods.com.