Inspired by the idea to create “less meat but not meatless” sausages, fourth-generation butcher Cara Nicoletti created Seemore Meats & Veggies with Erin Patinkin and Ariel Hauptman. Seemore Meats & Veggies' sausages specifically appeal to flexitarians, as they offer a mix of meat and vegetables in unique varieties like Bubbe’s Chicken Soup, Loaded Baked Potato, Broccoli Melt and La Dolce Beet-a. Thanks to the addition of dehydrated beet powder, the La Dolce Beet-a pork sausages made are the most colorful product in the range.
The all-natural sausages are made with either Global Animal Partnerships Step 3 Chicken or Step 1 Pork, natural casings and contain no added hormones, nitrites, nitrates or phosphates.
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Seemore Meats & Veggies Makes Sausages with Less Meat
1. Flexitarian Diet - Opportunity for food companies to create more plant-based meat alternatives that cater to flexitarians.
2. Meat and Vegetable Blends - Innovative food companies can explore creating more unique meat and vegetable blends for a healthier, more sustainable food options.
3. Use of Dehydrated Beet Powder - Dehydrated beet powder can be explored as a natural and colorful ingredient for use in various types of food products.
1. Food Manufacturing - Food manufacturers can explore healthier and more sustainable options that cater to the flexitarian market and highlight natural and organic ingredients.
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3. Food Ingredient Suppliers - Opportunity for food ingredient suppliers to explore the use of dehydrated beet powder as a natural and colorful ingredient in various types of food products.