Whole grain potstickers hit the market
June 21, 2012
by Keith Nunes
LOS ANGELES — CJ Foods, Inc., a manufacturer of foods and condiments focused on Korean cuisine, has introduced a line of fully cooked whole grain potstickers under the company’s CJ Bibigo brand. Marketed as a snack, each serving of the product has 17 grams of whole grains and 4 grams of fiber, according to the company.
“We created Bibigo whole grain potstickers to offer a healthier alternative to the traditional potsticker, featuring a thinner wrapper and packed with whole grains, fiber and savory fillings, including tender chicken and fresh vegetables,” said Elliot Chung, senior brand manager for CJ Foods.
The whole grain potstickers are available in two varieties, BBQ flavored chicken and chicken and vegetable, and have a suggested retail price of $4.49 for a 13-oz package.