Hilary’s, the creator of convenient and culinary foods made from real ingredients and free from common allergens, launched its nutrient-rich and flavorsome Frozen Veggie Breakfast Sausages in two flavors: Spicy Sausage and Apple Maple Sausage. Both are made with plant-based whole foods and are a breakthrough in the breakfast category, proving that free-from eating can be packed with flavor and real nutrition. The Frozen Veggie Breakfast Sausages will be a Sprouts exclusive from September to November, after which point the product will be available at additional retailers nationwide.
Hilary’s new Frozen Veggie Breakfast Sausages were created in line with the company’s mission to innovate culinary-inspired foods that are convenient, family-friendly and free from common allergens for people everywhere who are seeking tasty, nourishing options. Breakfast is a mealtime often loaded with dairy, eggs, gluten, and meat, making it difficult for those who suffer from food allergies or Celiac Disease to enjoy classic breakfast staples. These new veggie sausages are crafted with plant-based whole foods like millet, lentils, dates, and hemp seeds, and are free from common allergens including wheat, dairy, eggs, soy, nuts and corn. They’re also USDA Certified Organic, Certified Gluten Free, Non-GMO Project Verified, and vegan.
“Hilary’s was founded with a goal to help heal the American diet and our new Frozen Veggie Breakfast Sausages help to accomplish just that. They serve as a hearty way to start your morning and are free from common allergens and artificial ingredients,” said Becky Harpstrite, Vice President of Marketing at Hilary’s. “The Frozen Veggie Breakfast Sausages help to provide relief for busy families and people everywhere who want to have convenient, yet healthy options to incorporate into their daily routine that are also enjoyable to eat and packed with flavor.”
New Frozen Veggie Breakfast Sausages
The sausages are made with plant-based whole foods, indicating that free-from eating can be packed with flavor and real nutrition
August 29, 2016