On a mission to change breakfast for good, Mason Dixie Foods dedicated five years to researching and developing a better-for-you breakfast sandwich, which is now finally available nationwide in two varieties: buttermilk biscuit with sausage and egg, and a version with cheddar cheese baked into the biscuit.
After gaining huge popularity at the Minnesota State Fair and a successful launch of its frozen breakfast sandwiches last year, St. Paul-based Nordic Waffles is now expanding to nearly 80 grocery stores throughout Wisconsin. Located in the frozen food section, the popular all-day Breakfast sandwiches will be at 18 Woodman’s Markets, 32 Festival Foods and 40 Piggly Wiggly locations across the state by mid-April.
There’s another reason to never skip breakfast. America’s favorite protein breakfast brand, Jimmy Dean, is helping keep breakfast exciting with new Breakfast Nuggets and Skillets varieties. Kids and families are sure to love Breakfast Nuggets, easy to eat nuggets filled with delicious morning flavors and packed with protein. For mornings with a bit more time, try the new Skillet varieties providing a warm, hearty breakfast to get families going without much fuss.
Jimmy Dean, part of the Tyson Foods portfolio, is meeting the growing demand for meat alternative options with the launch of two new sandwiches featuring a plant-based patty: Jimmy Dean Plant-Based Patty, Egg & Cheese Croissant Sandwich and Jimmy Dean Delights Plant-Based Patty & Frittata Sandwich.
Lineup includes cinnamon rolls, swirls and pastries, cinnamon fried chicken biscuit sandwich, and more.
September 16, 2020
Cinnabon announced the launch of its first-ever Frozen Breakfast Creations line. The brand’s new twist on breakfast includes three savory and three sweet options, including a tender fried chicken and cinnamon chip biscuit sandwich with cinnamon sauce, a cinnamon sweet roll covered in caramel and pecans and a cinnamon pastry filled with Cinnabon signature frosting. The Cinnabon Frozen Breakfast Creations line is now available in the breakfast freezer section at leading national retailers.
In fact, 69% of respondents enjoy eating “breakfast for dinner.”
August 23, 2019
A survey of 2,000 Americans found over three-quarters (78%) believe the morning meal has changed in recent years, with growing breakfast menus (64%), a wider array of options (64%) and healthier food choices (48%) becoming more on-trend.