Indoor grower Local Bounti unveils salad kits with chicken

Local Bounti Corporation has unveiled the expansion of its Grab & Go Salad Kit line to include premium, antibiotic-free white meat chicken in two new recipes. Beginning in June, consumers in the Pacific Northwest will be able to find Local Bounti's Artisanal Chicken Caesar and Memphis Style BBQ Chicken Salad Kits in the produce department of select local grocery stores.

"Our Grab & Go Salad Kit line has been well received by consumers, and we are thrilled to be expanding the line with the addition of two new varieties that feature premium, antibiotic-free white meat chicken," said Local Bounti President Brian Cook. "We doubled down on the incredible consumer demand for our existing Grab & Go Salad Kits by combining the same state-of-the-art growing techniques with chef-inspired flavors to offer two brand new and innovative products. We believe our Artisanal Chicken Caesar and Memphis Style BBQ Chicken Salad Kits will be a hit with consumers who are looking for fresh and convenient meal options that are also a good source of protein."

New Artisanal Chicken Caesar Salad
Local Bounti's Northwest, greenhouse-grown Romaine salad features tender, antibiotic-free white meat chicken, parmesan cheese, and savory croutons and is topped with our creamy Romano Caesar dressing. A fresh squeeze of lemon adds the perfect amount of zest.  

New Memphis Style BBQ Chicken Salad
Local Bounti's Northwest, greenhouse-grown Romaine Crisp is loaded with tasty honey hickory seasoned antibiotic-free white meat chicken, a fresh and flavorful corn and black bean salsa, tangy pickled red onions, and crispy fried onions. Delicious Pepperjack cheese and Local Bounti's own special BBQ Ranch dressing are sure to deliver a satisfying and smoky taste in every bite and are a good source of protein (15g per kit).

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