Dad of Divas' Reviews

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

About the Products
Annie Chun’s: all natural Pan-Asian cuisine enables you to create delicious meals with “accessibly authentic,” artisan sauces, rice and noodle kits. You can feel good about serving your family Annie Chun’s foods as all are made with the highest quality organic ingredients, and no trans fats or MSG, making it a brand trusted by today’s most discerning customers—moms!

Annie Chun founded the company in 1992 with the dream of creating healthy, delicious Asian foods that would introduce America to the diversity of Asian foods and flavors.

Since those early days, the company has grown to become the leading producer of all-natural, gourmet Pan-Asian food in the United States. Today, Annie Chun’s continues to provide consumers with simple, convenient meal solutions through innovative product offerings and unique flavor profiles that unlock a sense of worldliness with every bite.

In 2005, Annie Chun’s forged a strategic partnership with CJ Corp., Korea’s largest food producer, strengthening the company’s commitment to creating all natural, great tasting products that promote good health and further the company’s goal of introducing new and exciting Asian foods to the American consumer. The complete line of innovative, premium goods provides a variety of options such as vegetarian, organic and gluten-free to adapt to dietary restrictions or preferences.

Annie Chun’s products can now be found at most major supermarkets and natural foods stores, Whole Foods, Target, Wal-mart, and Trader Joe’s as well as in select Canadian chains.

My Take on the Products
There are many delicious Annie Chun's sauces, packaged meal starters, rice packages, and brown rice noodles., I was privileged to taste many of the products.

I will comment on a few, although they were all delicious.
The sauces were mild to spicy which would entice all pallets.

I will comment on the Sprouted Brown Sticky Rice which I microwaved according to directions. I was perfect when it came out. It was tender and had a nice nutty taste.

I used pork with some fresh vegetables in a stir fry and included the Pad Thai sauce. It was sweet and tangy. I was glad the sauce was not salty. It was a delicious addition to the meat and vegetables. I would use it again.

Annie Chun's has wide variety of items available to the consumer. Some are mild and some are spicy. There are recipes with the items which will assist you in your meal preparation. I think if you like the flair of Asian tastes you may want to consider this line of products to assist you with your future cooking at home.

All opinions expressed in this review are my own and not influenced in any way by the company.  Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer or provider. Please refer to this site's Disclaimer  for more information. I have been compensated or given a product free of charge, but that does not impact my views or opinions.

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