The Real Good Food Company, LLC announced the retail launch of Real Good Enchiladas, the second brand extension of their high protein chicken crust product line, which will be available nationwide at more than 1,200 Kroger & Kroger Family Stores including Kroger, Ralph’s, Fred Meyer, King Sooper, Smith’s, Dillon’s, QFC, and Baker’s from March 16th.
The four varieties of Real Good Enchiladas—Beef with Monterey Jack Cheese, Cheddar Cheese and Salsa Roja; Cheese with Monterey Jack Cheese, Cheddar Cheese and Salsa Roja; Chicken with Monterey Jack Cheese and Tomatillo Spicy Green Sauce; Pork with Monterey Jack Cheese and Tomatillo Spice Greene Sauce—are all made with slow cooked meats before being hand wrapped in an all-natural chicken breast and cheese tortilla and topped with a made-from-scratch sauce and all natural cheeses. Each box comes as a single serving of two enchiladas, with only 4g of carbs and 20g of protein, and less than 200 calories.
Real Good Foods Co., founded in 2016 by Josh Schneider, launched into the market as a disrupter in the frozen pizza category with Real Good Pizza, which uses their proprietary antibiotic and preservative-free parmesan chicken crust instead of traditional flour, corn or rice base. The four varieties of pizza gained a robust following due to their healthful properties with just 4g of carbs, and 25g of protein per serving, as well as being grain free, gluten free and low in sugar. The brand quickly rolled out to more than 5,000 retailers nationwide including Walmart, Kroger & Kroger Family Stores, ShopRite, GNC Holdings Inc., The Fresh Market and The Vitamin Shoppe.
“At Real Good Foods, our driving purpose is to make real good food that people feel good about eating. Our passion to sourcing ingredients that deliver flavor and value to our customers is at core of everything we do,” says Bryan Freeman, Chief Executive of Real Good Foods. “We are committed to addressing our customer’s healthful lifestyle choices by offering delicious and healthy versions of their favorite frozen foods.”