I’m willing to bet that the people around you have been talking about the next event they’re going to, or you have one coming up. Gatherings, parties, and get-togethers are ticking up again, and that means seasonal offerings are all the rage. What better to offer than Three Sisters Artisanal Meats artisanal chorizo? Introducing the award-winning product, the traditional chorizo will become the staple for your shoppers’ charcuterie boards.
“Three Sisters chorizo has allowed me to share our family traditions with communities across the United States,” commented Founder Jaime Fernandez. “Quality and tradition are our top priority; with every batch of Three Sisters chorizo, I ask, ‘Is this something that my grandparents would be proud of?’”
As noted in the release, charcuterie boards made the National Restaurant Association’s “What’s Hot List” in 2023. The cured meat category is expected to near $2 billion by 2025, continued the company’s release, and Three Sisters Artisanal Meats traditional chorizo is so indicative of this trend that it was recently featured on HBO’s Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the New York Jets. Suffice it to say, Three Sisters is a must-have for any shared charcuterie board.
Fernandez started making chorizo with his family as a child. The recipe has been passed down through generations, tracing 200 years to a village near León, Spain. Once Fernandez realized that he had something special to share with the world, he spent years perfecting the United States-based curing and packaging process. Today, Three Sisters is an award-winning chorizo brand that balances rapid growth with a dedication to quality and tradition.
Three Sisters chorizo features pimentón, a fiery red pepper from the province of Extremadura, and the chorizo’s defining flavor. Pimentón gives Spanish chorizo its distinctive color, smell, and, most importantly, taste, enlivening gatherings big and small. Made from a multigenerational family recipe, the chorizo uses only 100 percent sustainably raised pork and nine all-natural ingredients.
The chorizo has a 350-day guaranteed shelf-life, is certified nitrite/nitrate and gluten-free; dairy- and nut-free; and does not contain sugar, artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives. It is currently available in 3 and 6 oz packages. Three Sisters’ will soon redefine the category with chorizo snack bites, chorizo snack sticks, and a line of traditional Northern Spanish embutidos.
Deli Market News will keep an eye on the wire for more releases in this exciting category.