Sunny Queen adds pre-cooked poached egg to commercial kitchen menu options
Sunny Queen has introduced a pre-cooked poached egg to its range for commercial kitchens.
With the egg snap-frozen and only requiring minutes to defrost, Sunny Queen says it is offering a quick and easy way for café, restaurants, canteens and other food services to serve poached eggs.
Sunny Queen Managing Director John O’Hara said that the eggs are also designed to help commercial kitchens serve large numbers of poached eggs that are consistent in quality.
“It’s quite a common misconception that eggs are only suitable for breakfast,” said O’Hara.
“Eggs are a versatile ingredient. By limiting its use to just breakfast, customers are missing out on opportunities throughout the day to benefit from the high protein and 11 vitamins eggs are renowned for,” he said.
The poached egg is part of Sunny Queen’s Meal Solutions range for restaurants, cafes and caterers. The Meal Solutions division of Sunny Queen was launched in June 2015 after Sunny Queen opened a dedicated manufacturing facility in Carole Park, Queensland. Sunny Queen is best known for its supermarket sold eggs. The brand was established in 1969 and is owned by Australian farmers.
Commercial kitchens can purchase the poached eggs through Sunny Queen Meal Solutions distributors BIDVest, PFD Food Services, Country Wide and NAFDA. Prices vary per distributor.
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