Frozen aisles are getting a surge in foot traffic as Savorly brings its frozen appetizers from Europe straight to Whole Foods Market. Just in time for festive feasts and safe celebrations, Savorly announced its nationwide launch of cocktail and party bites into the organic retailer’s frosty section.
“We at Savorly are thrilled to be launching at Whole Foods Market this holiday season,” said Co-Founder David Gotlib. “Savorly is the perfect match for their consumer base as we offer gourmet puff pastry delights and mini pies made with quality ingredients that bake up in just 15–20 minutes. They are the perfect addition to any cocktail party or impromptu get-together, as you should feel good about what you feed friends and family.”
Savorly was created to bring the strong tradition of Europe’s frozen appetizers to the United States. In Europe, noted the release, it’s common to gather with friends for “apéro” in an atmosphere where food is shared. Apéro, short for apértif, is akin to cocktail hour before dinner, which I feel like we all could use after the hectic two years we’ve gone through.
Aiming to redefine the frozen aisle with a product that is easy to cook and serve, Savorly has fun and approachable packaging and offers an elevated snacking experience for shoppers looking to bring home some fresh fun from the freezer section.
Made with European savoir-faire, Savorly’s products are non-GMO, clean label, and use RSPO sustainably sourced Palm Oil. Refined ingredients such as olives, ricotta, and grilled eggplant create a veggie-forward bite that consumers seek from their favorite restaurants.
Now available at Whole Foods Market, Savorly Cocktail Bites come in four delicious puff pastries stuffed with either Emmental Cheese, Spinach & Ricotta, Tomato & Vegetables, or Olive Tapenade with an MSRP of $6.49. Savorly Mini Pies can also be found in packages of three mini pies, made with shortcrust pastry and stuffed with either Goat Cheese, Honey & Rosemary, Mushroom, or Red Pepper & Mozzarella for $6.49 MSRP.
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