Sofrino Innovates With Casserole Dishes Packaged in Reuseable and Recyclable Glass
As part of its offering under the brand name Volontiers, the French company Sofrino has launched a new line of individual casserole dishes called Les Fines Cassolettes.
Sofrino chose to begin the packaging innovation with individual portions for two reasons:
If the new line sells well Sofrino will eventually pack family-size casseroles in glass dishes.
In parallel with the line of individual casseroles, Sofrino is reintroducing under the name Volontiers, a line of 1-kilogram dishes, including fish fritters.
A Gratin Dauphinois by Sofrino was surprisingly smooth, soft, and light.
With 13 grams of fat and 161 calories for 100 grams of product, the gourmet dish was, like Sofrino's potatoes, not intended for the calorie conscious.
At age 12, he lost his father Sofrino
Altamero, a farmer, due to illness.
The valuable suppliers to Belgium's leading potato processor are: Ammeraal Beltech, Barco Machine Vision, Bruyer, Callens BVBA, Catala, Convenience Food Systems (CFS), CPS Engineering, De Clerq, Devagel, Frantschach Packaging, GMF Gouda, Herve, Isocab NV, Jungheinrich, Kiremko, Lammerant Cartonnage, Lindplast, Magnuson/CCM, Pinguin, Segers & Balcaen, SKT Industrial Refrigeration; Sofrino
Sogena, Tensio, and Urschel International Ltd.
Actually, Salmon in Sauce on a Bed of Spinach is part of a whole line of single-serve dishes from Volontiers (Sofrino
Surgeles S.A.), Mondeville, France.