Huercasa's new products, presented at Fruit Attraction, reach the large-scale retail market

Vegetable products ready for quick and convenient consumption

Huercasa's new products for 2021, presented in a successful fashion at the latest edition of Fruit Attraction, are already reaching the shelves of large-scale retailers, and so far they have been very well received by consumers. Like the company's entire portfolio, the new products are 100% plant-based and are ready to be consumed quickly and conveniently.

The four new products are grilled corn on the cob, sweet potato halves, marinated beet for salads and boiled potatoes with skin, all of which share the common characteristic of being easy and quick to prepare. All four are already available in some of the most important retail chains, and are soon to be introduced in several more.

Like the rest of the Huercasa range, these products do not contain preservatives, so they are very natural products. They are prepared by steaming, as the consumer would do at home, and vacuum-packed to facilitate their preservation for a longer period of time.

The grilled corn is the evolution of Huercasa's corn on the cob, the company's flagship product, leader in Europe in this sector. In this case, the plus comes from the corn on the cob marking, which gives it a characteristic barbecue flavor just by heating it in the oven or microwave.

Other products ideal as side dishes are the new steamed sweet potato halves and the potatoes in their skins, ideal to accompany any dish or to be served with various sauces.

Lastly, Huercasa is also launching its new beet for salads, the evolution of another of its best known products: the cooked beet. This product is ideal to add to any salad, as it comes chopped and marinated with a mild combination of apple juice and vinegar.

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