General Mills unveils new brand

by Monica Watrous
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The Good Table dinner kits contain no high-fructose corn syrup, artificial flavors or colors.

MINNEAPOLIS — General Mills has launched a new brand of dinner kits called The Good Table. Featuring gourmet-style sauce and crust mixes for chicken and fish, the products contain no added monosodium glutamate, artificial flavors, high-fructose corn syrup or colors from artificial sources.

Varieties include Parmesan and herb chicken, Southwest tortilla chicken, Thai peanut chicken, and lemon and herb fish. The packages contain a coating sauce to keep the meat moist and a crust mix with such flavorful additions as tomato pieces, crushed tortilla chips, herbs and peanuts.

The Good Table joins several other easy-to-prepare meal options in General Mills’ portfolio, including Helper, Old El Paso and Annie’s.

Michael Bortinger, associate marketing manager at General Mills.

“The Good Table line of products illustrates the latest in General Mills’ continued innovation in high-quality family food solutions,” said Michael Bortinger, associate marketing manager at General Mills. “A flavorful, convenient way to bring the family together, The Good Table deepens our commitment to following our consumers’ tastes and interests, offering a nutritious way for consumers to make great-tasting, restaurant-style meals at home.”

With a suggested retail price of $2.99, the products are available at Wal-Mart stores and select retailers nationwide and will be available at additional retailers beginning in October.
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