DURHAM, NC. — Seal the Seasons, a provider of “domestically grown, domestically frozen and domestically bought” frozen vegetables and fruit, is partnering with Publix Supermarkets to assist Florida growers.
The corporate’s new Florida Antioxidant Mix, a medley of Florida strawberries, blueberries and blackberries and Michigan darkish candy cherries, is popping up within the freezer aisle at Publix’s greater than 1,300 grocery shops, in line with Seal the Seasons.
Based in 2014, Seal the Seasons, a Licensed B Company, operates in six areas of the USA, distributing dozens of domestically and regionally grown frozen vegetables and fruit which might be bought in 6,000 retail shops. The model additionally presents a line of frozen smoothie kits which might be accessible in additional than 1,000 retail shops.
Founders Patrick Mateer and Alex Piasecki launched the enterprise whereas attending the College of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Seal the Seasons is grossing eight figures in annual top-line gross sales, capturing market share within the frozen produce class, in line with the corporate.
“Our firm is worked up to additional Publix’s native sourcing and make Florida Grown frozen fruit accessible to everybody within the Sunshine State,” Mr. Mateer stated. “Publix is the right companion to distribute the highest quality frozen fruit at honest costs for Florida’s households.”