Omaha Steaks sprouts budding vegetable business

OMAHA, Neb. – Omaha Steaks has added a side of veggies to its venerable meat offerings through a partnership to offer a line of fresh vegetable boxes.

Omaha Steaks is working to grow its business beyond its traditional meat offerings. The Omaha-based company will offer five different vegetable collections through a partnership with The Chef’s Garden, which is based in Huron, Ohio.

The new Fresh Vegetable boxes include artisanal vegetables such as Yellow Beets, Celery Root, Baby Leeks, Demi Cucumbers, Mixed Carrots, Pea Tendrils and more. Collections will change with the season to ensure consumers receive only the freshest, in-season vegetables. All of the vegetables will be grown and hand-picked at The Chef’s Garden farm and shipped directly to consumers. Omaha Steaks will market the collections online, initially, and later through mail order and its more than 70 retail locations nationwide.

“Bringing these beautiful restaurant-quality vegetables to our customers aligns perfectly with Omaha Steaks commitment to creating and providing wholesome and delicious food that brings people together,” said Senior Vice President and Omaha Steaks family owner Todd Simon. “The Fresh Vegetable line broadens Omaha Steaks product offering, which already includes premium beef, poultry, pork and seafood, as well as delicious side dishes, desserts and appetizers.”

Source: PR Newswire

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