Brazi Bites, maker of Latin-inspired, gluten-free foods, announced new distribution for its Pizza’nadas, homestyle breakfast sandwiches and Brazilian cheese bread in major retailers, including Target, Walmart, Publix, Costco, and H.E.B.
Pizza’nadas will be available at select Target, Walmart and Publix locations nationwide, while the homestyle breakfast sandwiches will be available at select Target nationwide and H.E.B. in Texas. Brazi Bites’ best-selling cheddar and parmesan cheese bread will be available at stores in several Costco regions including North West, South East, Texas, and Canada.
Both Brazi Bites Pizza’nadas and homestyle breakfast sandwiches fill a much needed gap in the market created by surging consumer demand for deliciously convenient and better-for-you frozen breakfasts and snacks.
“Our consumer research shows shoppers are actively searching for a pepperoni pizza bite alternative that tastes amazing and is made with clean ingredients. In addition, there are limited gluten-free breakfast sandwiches on the market, and no single-serve options, yet handheld frozen breakfasts are driving overall growth of this category according to IRI. We’re excited to partner with new retailers and expand our current relationships to make our delicious better-for-you foods available to more Americans from coast to coast,” said Junea Rocha, co-founder and CMO of Brazi Bites.
Inspired by Brazil’s popular grilled cheese, “queijo-quente,” Brazi Bites homestyle breakfast sandwiches include an innovative crisping sleeve, are packed with 16-19 grams of protein and are certified gluten-free with an SRP of $4.49.
Pizza’nadas have an SRP of $5.99.
About Brazi Bites
The company was born in the kitchen of husband-and-wife duo Junea Rocha and Cameron MacMullin in 2010, to bring a household staple in Brazil “Pão de Queijo,” aka cheese bread, to the U.S. market. In a few short years, Brazi Bites grew into a nationally distributed brand with a cult-like following after appearing on ABC’s “Shark Tank” and being included twice on the Inc. 5,000 list of “America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies.”
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