More and more consumers are eating charcuterie, and while this trend continues, it presents more opportunities for foodservice operators and specialty food companies to keep elevating the space. I can’t tell you how many pubs I’ve been to that feature in some way or another a plate with meats and cheese. And as this trend continues to bolster the deli and cheese departments, high-profile companies are helping consumers experience the charcuterie board in the comfort of their own homes. Columbus Craft Meats, for example, announced the launch of its Columbus® Charcuterie Tasting Board, designed to make the premium charcuterie experience easy and convenient for everyone.
"Our new Columbus Charcuterie Tasting Board is perfect for consumers looking for a premium charcuterie experience, whether they are entertaining or want to bring something to a party," said Henry Hsia, Director of Marketing. "Instead of having to purchase the items individually and craft a board on their own, consumers can rely on our expertise."
According to a news release, the new Columbus Charcuterie Tasting Board contains premium ingredients on a wood-printed board. The board has brand favorites like Columbus Italian dry salami and Columbus Calabrese salami, alongside aged white cheddar cheese, premium chocolate-covered cranberries, Castelvetrano olives, and La Panzanella multigrain crackers.
"The board contains our go-to favorites when building charcuterie boards. We hope consumers will enjoy these great flavor combinations as much as we do. The board comes ready to serve—just peel off the clear film and enjoy. There is no fussing with pouches or lids,” Hsia added. “We understand people don't always have the time to find the products, assemble and craft a high-quality and great-looking charcuterie board. With the Columbus Charcuterie Tasting Board, now we are able to provide everyone with a quick, delicious option all delivered in an impressive-looking presentation."
The Columbus Charcuterie Tasting Board retails for approximately $13.99 and is available nationwide.
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