Today eating healthier is something I strive to do. It doesn’t always work out like I want it to, but I just take it one step at a time. I am happy to see when I go to the grocery now that there is companies out there making it easier for me to shop for healthy food that tastes great and doesn’t cost a lot.
One of the companies that does this is a company called Perdue.
disclaimer: I received free products from Perdue before writing this review. I was not required to write a positive review and all opinions are 100% my own.
Perdue all started back in the 1920’s when Arthur Perdue founded his poultry company. That same year Franklin Perdue was born. When little Franklin was old enough to hold an egg he helped his dad with the company. in 1925 they started selling baby chickens instead of eggs. Arthur built his reputation with the other farmers by producing high quality stock. By 1940 there was a disease that swept through the region, This destroyed most of the companies flocks. They thought they may lose their business. Arthur instead switched to selling layer chicks to meat bird chickens. in 1950 Arthur took over the business. By the 60’s Frank seen the need to process the grain they were feeding the chickens. In the 70’s Frank made the first commercial and he became recognized as a company leader. By the 80’s the company continued to grow and even branched out into making turkey! By this time Frank had a son that also helped work in the company. His name is Jim. Like his dad and grandpa, Jim worked his way through the ranks of the company learning all he could about it. By 1994 Jim became the 3rd generation to lead the company. The company only continues to grow and improve. They have developed a number of products throughout the years and are using state of the art equipment. In 2010 Perdue celebrated it’s 90th birthday. They take pride in serving you chicken that is raised cage free. Chickens that are fed on veggie feed. They provide healthy products. The products with breading is whole grain breading. Some of the products are reformulated to help reduce sodium.
I had the pleasure of working with Perdue recently. I was sent 2 coupons to try a couple free products. The first coupon was for a pack of Perdue whole grain nuggets.
The first thing I noticed was the price. This pack of nuggets was under $3.00 at my local Kroger. They were easy to find. I found them in the fridge area. The taste: I LOVED them! These are a perfect lunch. Especially if you are always on the go and don’t have time to stand in the kitchen preparing a meal. All you do is pull the paper off the top and heat them in the container a couple minutes. As I said the taste was really good. I have tried some nuggets that looks discolored when you bite into them. Not these. These were white inside as they should be.
The 2nd item I received the coupon for was for Simply Smart Chicken Breast Cutlets
These also make a perfect lunch. I did make these on the indoor grill but they are just as good and really easier to just toss them in the microwave. They make the perfect sandwich. As with the nuggets they are white on the inside and do not contain fillers. There was about 8 of them in the bag and cost between $8 & $9 at Kroger. These were found in the freezer section.
This was just 2 products that Perdue offers.
You can find ready to cook products such as Breasts and cutlets, Cornish Hens, Fit & Easy boneless products, Grab and Grill and that is just a few products! Check out all the ready to cook and fully cooked items HERE
Not sure where you can find these products? Check out their store locater.
Perdue takes pride in the fact that their chickens are 100% veggie fed, that they go that extra mile and are inspected by the USDA and that they are based on 3 generations of quality!
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