VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / September 15, 2022 / Komo Plant Based mostly Meals Inc. (CSE:YUM) (OTCQB:KOMOF) (FRA:9HB) (“Komo“) is happy to announce its latest product, Mac & Greens, has been nominated for Product of the Yr by the British Columbia Meals and Beverage Affiliation (“BCFB“) for the 2022 awards.
Product of the Yr is BCFB’s flagship award – the winner is chosen a bit otherwise from the opposite BCFB awards. For Product of the Yr, 10 finalists go on to the Product of the Yr competitors on October third the place a panel of judges will crown the winner. Komo’s newest innovation, Mac & Greens, has been nominated as one among 10 finalists. The Mac & Greens is Komo’s plant-based tackle the basic macaroni and cheese with a healthful twist. It is made with a cheezy oat sauce, basil pesto, greens together with spinach, parsley and edamame and is topped with garlicky panko breadcrumbs.
“Having Mac & Greens nominated for the BC Meals and Beverage Affiliation’s 2022 product of the 12 months award is a superb honour for Komo. To have such a newly launched product acquire recognition shortly demonstrates market curiosity in Komo’s prime quality pure meals merchandise,” says Komo President and CEO William White.
The Mac & Greens was not too long ago within the information because it was chosen, as a part of Komo’s 9 SKUS, to be on the cabinets of Loblaws and Loblaw banner shops in early November of 2022. The Mac & Greens was first launched in March 2022.
Earlier this 12 months, Komo took residence the VegNews Better of Present Award 2022 for Greatest New Vegan Product for its plant-based lasagna on the Pure Merchandise Expo West in Anaheim, California.
BCFB is a not-for-profit business affiliation representing meals and beverage producers in British Columbia, whose membership represents roughly $7 billion in business revenues.
Komo can also be happy to announce adjustments in administration, together with the appointment of Frédéric Gagné to the position of President for Komo Plant Based mostly Consolation Meals Inc, Komo’s working subsidiary. Fred has been a chef for over 25 years all over the world and extra not too long ago a plant-based chef for the final 7 years. Fred was culinary educated in Quebec, Canada. He’s the previous government chef of one among Western Canada’s greatest eating places, the place he oversaw a group of 42 cooks working a $13m a 12 months enterprise. Fred Gagné has labored with Komo since October 2020 and has been promoted to President from his earlier position because the director of culinary improvement for Komo. He has been a significant contributor to the success and high quality of merchandise Komo continues to ship. Jeffrey Ma is now not serving as President and CEO of the corporate’s working subsidiary. Komo has stopped operations of its UberEats, Skip the Dishes and DoorDash ghost kitchen as it’s now centered on its larger margin enterprise of frozen meals.
Komo Plant Based mostly Meals Inc. is a premium plant-based meals firm that develops, manufactures and sells a wide range of plant-based frozen meals which can be at all times hearty, satisfying, and made with healthful components. At Komo, our mission is to assist make plant-based meals a staple on each dinner desk by sharing our love for feel-good meals that connects the folks to the planet. We consider plant-based consuming is the long run and – Change can begin with a single chunkTM. Our skilled plant-based innovation and improvement group recreates vegan variations of historically tacky and meaty classics, with 100% crops. Komo’s merchandise are offered direct-to-consumer by means of our eCommerce web site and a distribution community of on-line and brick and mortar grocery, comfort and pure retailer channels. Our working subsidiary Komo Consolation Meals launched in 2021 with our flagship merchandise: plant-based Lasagna, Shepherd’s Pie and Chickenless Pot Pie and Komo Plant-Based mostly Meal HelpersTM – versatile meal starters to permit the creation of many dishes at residence. Komo’s latest product is Mac & Greens. All of our merchandise are 100% plant-based, made with healthful components, free from preservatives and frozen for freshness. Freezing merchandise is a pure and efficient approach of retaining meals merchandise for longer with out having to make use of any preservatives. Komo’s meals have a frozen shelf lifetime of 18 months.
For additional info, please contact:
William White, President & CEO, Komo Plant Based mostly Meals Inc.
+1 (236) 8000-YUM / (236) 800-0986
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