Foodservice

Chili Lime Chicken Egg Rolls New From Van’s Kitchen

Texas-based company says item blends familiarity with zestiness
Van’s Kitchen's chili lime chicken egg roll
Photograph courtesy of Van’s Kitchen's

DALLAS White meat chicken, fresh thinly sliced cabbage, sweet carrots and aromatic onions with zesty chili lime seasoning in a crispy, crunchy wrapper.

That’s the recipe for the newest product from Van’s Kitchen: the chili lime chicken egg roll.

Van’s Kitchen, a certified women-owned and minority-owned egg roll manufacturer, said this item blends the familiarity of traditional Asian fusion with zesty and explosive ingredients. It’s available in four-packs in convenience and grocery stores in refrigerated deli, freezer and hot deli sections.

“We progress each product invention with our loyal egg roll lovers and retail partners top of mind to create unique and daring options that we know everyone will love,” said Theresa Motter, CEO of Dallas-based Van’s Kitchen. “Our new chili lime flavor profile opens the door to a new taste adventure that we cannot wait to make available this summer.”

Van’s Kitchen, the flagship brand of VAN Oriental Food, was founded in 1986 by Vietnamese immigrants Van and Kim Nguyen. It was a finalist in CSP’s 17th annual Retailer Choice Best New Products Contest in 2020 for its four-pack of egg rolls.

In 2014 the company was transitioned to daughter Theresa and her husband, Carl Motter, who carry on the family-oriented, relationship-based tradition and lead the company as CEO and chief security officer, respectively.

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