General Mills launched its newest dinner solutions brand, The Good Table. The new product line of gourmet-style sauce and crust mixes for chicken and fish includes four restaurant-inspired flavors: Parmesan & Herb, Southwest Tortilla and Thai Peanut for Chicken, and Lemon & Herb for fish. The entire line of The Good Table's sauce and crust mixes do not contain added monosodium glutamate, artificial flavors, high fructose corn syrup or colors from artificial sources, making it an excellent choice for family dinner.
For families tired of the same old chicken and fish at dinnertime, The Good Table offers a simple way to spice up dinner staples. The Good Table package contains two parts: a coating sauce which keeps meat moist and juicy, as well as crust mix that contains flavorful additions such as tomato pieces, crushed tortilla chips, herbs and peanuts.
For a restaurant-inspired meal right from home, consumers simply coat one pound of boneless chicken breast or fish with the sauce, toss with the crust mix and bake. Each The Good Table package also comes with inspired side dish ideas to help families create an easy, well-balanced dinner with better ingredients everyone can enjoy and feel good about.
"The Good Table line of products illustrates the latest in General Mills' continued innovation in high-quality family food solutions," said Michael Bortinger, associate marketing manager at General Mills. "A flavorful, convenient way to bring the family together, The Good Table deepens our commitment to following our consumers' tastes and interests, offering a nutritious way for consumers to make great-tasting, restaurant-style meals at home."
General Mills Launches The Good Table
Restaurant-inspired product line includes no artificial flavors, no colors from artificial sources and no high fructose corn syrup
August 19, 2015