The makers of the HERDEZ brand announced the launch of HERDEZ Mexican Refrigerated Entrées line with two delicious varieties, including HERDEZ Chicken Shredded in Mild Chipotle Sauce and HERDEZ Carnitas Slow Cooked Pork. At-home cooks can now enjoy the traditions from the heart of Mexico in these convenient heat-and-eat meals with the perfect blend of spices and seasoning. Inspired by some of the most popular Mexican dishes, these entrées are packed with flavor and protein, with each containing seven grams of protein per serving.

"The HERDEZ brand is best known for salsas, HERDEZ TAQUERIA STREET SAUCE, refrigerated guacamole and hot sauce," said Giselle Olson, HERDEZ brand manager. "We love that we can offer our fans more of the bold flavors from Mexico they crave in these new, easy-to-prepare dishes."

"Our ready-to-serve HERDEZ Mexican Refrigerated entrées offer the simple and delicious convenience we know they want. Inspired by the culinary traditions of Mexico, HERDEZ Chicken Shredded in Mild Chipotle Sauce and HERDEZ Carnitas Slow Cooked Pork make it easy to recreate your favorite Mexican dishes — everything from tacos and burritos, to enchiladas, nachos and more — within minutes," said Daniel Collier, HERDEZ Refrigerated Meats brand manager.

With an SRP $9.99-$10.99, HERDEZ Refrigerated Entrées will be available at Publix and Hy-Vee stores across the U.S., with additional rollout to major grocery chains later this spring.

The HERDEZ brand allows consumers to experience the real flavor and culture of Mexico at home with authentic salsas and cooking sauce. The HERDEZ brand is the No. 1 selling brand of salsa in Mexico and the leading authentic Mexican salsa brand in homes across the U.S. Best known for products such as HERDEZ Salsa Verde, Salsa Casera and the original Guacamole Salsa, the HERDEZ brand is founded on authenticity in flavor and quality you can trust. Innovation authentic flavor experiences is at the forefront of their success. The HERDEZ brand is part of MegaMex Foods, one of the fastest growing Mexican food companies in the U.S. focused on reimagining Mexican flavor.