Canada: Gabriella’s Kitchen Announces Launch of Online Store in Canada
Gabriella’s Kitchen, a leading manufacturer of better-for-you foods, is pleased to announce that it has expanded its online store with the ability to now deliver all skinnypasta™ products across Canada. The online store can be found on the Gabriella’s Kitchen website, www.GKskinnypasta.com.
“We’re so happy to be able to provide skinnypasta™ delivery service to all of our Canadian customers,” said Margot Micallef, co-founder and CEO of Gabriella’s Kitchen. “We launched our online store earlier this year in the United States with great success and are excited to provide Canadians with the same service. This is just the next step in our mission to create delicious, healthy foods that everyone can enjoy — no matter where they live.”
The Gabriella’s Kitchen product family includes three lines of pastas marketed under the skinnypasta™ brand: skinnypasta™ HIGH PROTEIN fresh pastas, winner of the 2016 Product of the Year Canada in the pasta category; skinnypasta™ GLUTEN FREE, a line of frozen prepared entrees; and skinnypasta™ SUPERFOOD TEFF, fresh pastas made with teff that are gluten-free and a good source of vegan protein.
In addition to online availability for customers in Canada and the United States, skinnypasta™ products can also be found in the fridge and freezer sections of stores across North America, including Superstore, CO-OP, Safeway, Sobeys, Gelson’s Market, Bristol Farms and ACME.
“We continue to encourage all of our customers to ask their local retailers to stock skinnypasta™, if they don’t already,” said Micallef. “No matter where they live, we hope all of our North American customers enjoy the ability to order skinnypasta™ to their homes.”
Source: Market Wired
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