Come Back to the Table, Where Life Slows And Friendships Are Fed!

January 2007
Progressive Grocer;1/1/2007, Vol. 86 Issue 1, p59
Trade Publication
The article presents questions and answers about Veroli Foods and its products. According to its founder, the goal is to embrace the slow life and "less is more" approach to ingredients and recipes, to create authentic, fully prepared frozen Italian entrees--including a Three Cheese Lasagna and Lasagna with Meat Sauce, and shelf-stable, Family Recipe Chunky and Classic Marinara Sauces. In a sea of mostly banal frozen food packaging, Veroli's straightforward messaging and stunning, spontaneous photography screams softly.


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