Stock your freezer with Phillips' new premium seafood options - seafood lovers can now purchase Phillips' Crispy Dim Sum, Crab Rangoon and Shrimp & Grits in their local grocery stores.
Baltimore, MD. – January 28, 2019 – Phillips Foods is excited to introduce three new value-added options for seafood-loving customers: Crispy Dim Sum, Crab Rangoon, and Shrimp & Grits. Perfect for lunch, tapas-style snacks, and small-plate menus and backed by Phillips’ proud tradition of superior seafood, these frozen products are designed with millennials and foodies in mind. Preparation is quick and easy – just pan-fry or bake in minutes – and all three products are priced between $7.99 and $8.99, delivering modern-lifestyle convenience and quality seafood at a reasonable price-point.
Wonton wrappers filled with succulent shrimp and authentic Asian ingredients including ginger and sesame. Each package contains four of each Shrimp Spring Rolls, Shrimp Wontons, and Shrimp Money Bags. Handmade in Asia; Phillips Pineapple Sweet Chili Dipping Sauce is included.
A savory mix of sweet crab meat, cream cheese, and Asian seasonings stuffed inside a crisp, hand-rolled pastry, in a convenient 8-count package. Handmade in Asia; Phillips Pineapple Sweet Chili Dipping Sauce is included.
Sweet shrimp with creamy, cheesy stone-ground grits, dusted with Phillips Seafood Seasoning, in a hearty 10-ounce microwavable bowl. Provides a complete meal with uncomplicated, quality ingredients in minutes.
Phillips Foods is a family-owned business founded in 1914 and recognized as a leading importer and distributor of crab meat in the United States. Best known for their premium-quality blue swimming crab meat and famous crab cakes, Phillips Foods also produces a full line of seafood appetizers, seafood cakes, soups and entrées for foodservice and retail. Learn more at phillipsfoods.com.
For Immediate Release
Contact: Jennifer Mansfield
215.731.2000 ext. 206
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