Amy’s Presents Burrito Multipacks as Back-to-School Meal, Snack Solutions

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Just in time for back-to-school menu planning, Petaluma, California, USA-based Amy’s Kitchen has launched Multipack Burritos. The four-pack offerings are promoted as “an ideal solution for busy individuals and families looking for delicious options on-the-go.”

Two options of the frozen, microwaveable products are now available at retailers for $12.99: the Bean, Rice & Cheese Burrito made with cheddar cheese and the Non-Dairy Bean & Rice Burrito.

Amy’s burritos are prepared using organic pinto beans, organic brown rice and wheat tortillas, all combined with a slow-cooked, mild Mexican-style sauce. They require only minutes to heat up and virtually no clean-up.

“Our Multipack Burritos offer the perfect solution to keep your favorite burritos stocked. They are a convenient and organic option that not only tastes great but is also easy to enjoy, even on-the-go. Meals or snack time has never been this seamless,” said Fred Scarpulla, the company’s chief culinary officer.

The Bean, Rice & Cheese Burrito variety is soy-free, tree nut-free, and kosher. Additionally, the fully plant-based Bean & Rice Burrito is free from dairy, lactose, soy, corn, tree nuts, and is kosher.