Putting together a gourmet snacking experience just got significantly easier for consumers, thanks to Olli Salumeria’s line of Olli Snack's. The company’s on-trend offerings, available in a unique, high-graphic, and resealable packaging since June 2017, are sure to drive sales in deli departments and grab-and-go snacking destinations.
“We saw an opportunity with the ever-growing snacking trend and wanted to seize this opportunity by bringing to market a premium artisanal grab-and-go snack option,” Marco Terenghi, CCO, told me. “Being Italian, we like simple snacks; nothing is better than artisanal ABF salami, crispy crackers, and the perfect cheese to complement this delicious trio!”
The company’s snack packs are currently available in two varieties, with more flavor combinations in the works. With one pack featuring ABF Genoa mild salami, all-natural Fontina cheese, and artisanal crackers and another featuring ABF Calabrese spicy salami, an all-natural Asiago, and artisanal crackers, Olli’s newest product line features perfectly paired options for consumers who appreciate the finer things but might not have prep time to spare.
And Olli’s latest line boasts impressive benefits and selling points for consumers who want to know where their food comes from; Olli snack packs contain 13 grams of protein a serving and are made with 100% vegetarian-fed pork raised without antibiotics ever!
The Olli Snack line also offers a gluten-free and lactose-free alternative snacking option—with their ABF Sliced Genoa snack pack and ABF Sliced Calabrese snack pack. And each pack come in a convenient, re-sealable, grab-and-go packaging made to preserve freshness and show off these perfect high-protein snacks.
Additionally, Olli offers retailers helpful merchandising resources for retailers looking to boost sales.
“All snack packs come with convenient, eye-catching pop-up cardboard merchandisers, which are great as an alternative if pegging for display purposes is not possible,” added Marco.
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