WHAT: General Mills Foodservice, celebrating 10 years of helping schools serve up student-favorite hot breakfast items, introduces a new flavor of its Pillsbury™ Mini Pancakes: Chocolatey Chip Explosion. Featuring 16 grams of whole grain per serving, the new pancakes have chocolate chips baked in for no-mess eating and work well for breakfast in the classroom, in the cafeteria or breakfast on-the-go.
The new chocolate chip variety is the latest addition to an extensive line-up of Pillsbury™ hot breakfast items that offer school foodservice professionals options that are easy to menu, easy to prep and easy to serve. Other products include Pillsbury™ Mini Waffles, Pillsbury™ Mini French Toast, Pillsbury™ Mini Bagels, Pillsbury™ Filled Crescents and Pillsbury™ Mini Cinnis.™ The #1 individually-wrapped pancake in K-12 schools , Pillsbury Mini Pancakes also come in Maple Burst’n™ or Strawberry Splash. ™
Pillsbury™ Mini Pancakes Chocolatey Chip Explosion
- Versatile 2 oz. equivalent grain servings
- Thaw and serve or heat and serve
- No artificial flavors or colors from artificial sources
- Meets 2 oz. equivalent grain requirements
WHERE: For more information on the new Pillsbury™ Chocolate Chip Mini Pancakes, K-12 foodservice directors can contact their General Mills Foodservice sales representative, call 1-800-243-5687 or visit www.generalmillscf.com.
About General Mills Convenience & Foodservice
The General Mills Convenience & Foodservice division serves the convenience, foodservice and bakery industries by providing quality products from time-trusted brands along with culinary, nutrition education and marketing resources to help operators succeed. Its distinguished brand portfolio includes Big G Cereals, Yoplait, Nature Valley, Gold Medal, Pillsbury, Chex Mix, Bugles, Gardetto’s and Annie’s. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, the division had fiscal 2019 net sales of $1.97 billion. For more information, please visit www.generalmillscf.com.
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CONTACT: Sarah Peterson
General Mills Convenience & Foodservice