Reser’s has recently rolled out its enhanced formulations of the American Classic Deli Salad products. These new protein-based deli salads have an increased protein content and contain more simple ingredients, resulting in a marked improvement in the nutritional content of every deli salad serving.
Since the American Classic deli salads were introduced in 2009, this product line of Reser’s has immediately and continuously expanded in terms of variety and improvements. Varieties that have been improved include Reser’s® Tuna Salad (now contains high-quality cold water tuna), Reser’s® All-White Meat Chicken Salad (contains more shredded chicken breast meat), Reser’s® Seafood Salad (now contains more krab meat) and Reser’s® Ham Salad (an addition of light smokiness to its flavor, has lower sodium and higher protein content).
Because Reser’s prides itself as being one of the country’s supplier of leading deli salads, the company continues to strive in improving the quality of food products that it delivers to its American consumers. One of the company’s goals is to make sure that every consumer’s experience with a Reser’s product will be positive and favorable. According to Teresa Carter, category manager for Reser’s, improved merchandising and better recipes are two major factors in keeping their customers happy and satisfied. When other salad companies skimp on ingredients in order to cut costs, Reser’s does otherwise in order to ensure a better quality for their products, which will in turn help the company retain its significant customer base.
Reser’s American Classic Deli Salads (with improved protein) are now available in retail stores nationwide with a suggested price of $4.99 for every 12-ounce container.
I forgot to say in my above posting about picnic hams that I have a nephew who is a Downs boy who has worked in the S and S store in Burlington Vt on Shelburne Road for over 30 years I believe he is in his fifties. His name is Scott Walker.
I live in Lancaster, Ca and how I wish we had a Stop and Shop store in our town, Walmart is really our only choice for groceries we have an Albertsons but it is way to expensive for our limited retirement budget. My reason for writing is I would like to know what co distributes the small picnic ham that you carry. I have not seen a picnic since I moved out here. I am 81 and my wife and I would like to get a ham for a good ols fashioned boiled dinner like we had in R.I. If you could send me the address and or phone number of that distributor i would greatly appreciate it. We shopped Stop and Shop way back in the fifties in Newport R. I. Thank you
Which store in the Spartanburg, SC area carries Lay’s cloverleaf hams?