Bailey Farms celebrates 25th anniversary at PMA Summit

Bailey Farms Inc., the leading family-operated U.S. grower-shipper of specialty peppers, will be at PMA Fresh Summit booth #5187 celebrating its 25th anniversary in the produce industry and showcasing their wide variety of produce, including BellaFina baby bell peppers and new Farm Fresh Hot Sauce lineup. 

According to a flavor trend report from Technomic, millennial consumers are driving today’s trends and a demand for new and ethnic flavors. The rise in Hispanic and Asian foods have especially influenced and increased the appeal of flavors from specialty peppers. 

“Our specialty peppers sales continue to grow every day,” says Randy Bailey, owner, president and co-founder of Bailey Farms, Inc. “We believe our leadership in the pepper category is tied to our ability to offer high-quality products and a wider variety of specialty peppers than any other grower.”

The company’s BellaFina baby bell peppers, are an alternative to traditional bell peppers with a similar flavor profile. They offer consumers convenient portion-controlled sizes, from two-pound resealable bags to two-count packs. BellaFina peppers also offer versatility and may be used to create a wide variety of recipes, from appetizers to main dishes and are often used in salads, salsas, vegetables trays, and sauces.

Keeping up with the demand in spicy foods, Bailey Farms has also introduced a fresh line of clean label hot sauces, a blend of its homegrown peppers and other vegetables. The sauces use no additives or artificial flavor enhancements and come in a variety of flavors including jalapeño, red habanero, chocolate habanero and sweet pepper jelly. Each flavor is labeled with its own heat index of sweet, medium, hot or hottest.

Contact:
Marcela Fabbri
Tel: 734-747-2960

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