Sunday, September 12, 2010

Allens Veggies Review...

Thanks to Allens we recently had the chance to try out some delicious canned veggies! Allen's makes several brands of frozen and canned vegetables including Trappey's beans, Popeye Spinach, Veg-All, Princella, Butterfield, Freshlike and many more. Below are some of the varieties we tried:
Trappey's Pinto Beans
Trappey's Jalapinto BeansPopeye Spinach
Allens Sweet Peas
Allens Seasoned Mustard Greens
Allens Collard Greens
Allens Green Beans
Allens Blackeyed Peas
About Allens veggies:
"Generations of families have grown up enjoying vegetables from Allens. Since 1926 we’ve been packing a variety of products including beans, greens, spinach, and sweet potatoes. We invite you to explore our web site and see all the other nutritious and delicious ways Allens can enhance your eating experience. Yes, all of Allens labels canned products are gluten free.
What we thought: We really enjoy all of the Allen's veggies we tried. They tasted very fresh for canned veggies. I was very impressed with the amazing variety of veggies they make. We would have gotten some of the frozen varieties, but we were 3 hours from home when we used our coupons:) These veggies were perfect compliments for so many meals and very affordable. The Trappey's were our best value at 50 cents a can and even the larger cans of veggies were only $1.30-ish. Allens veggies were quality, healthy, tasty AND fit in our budget! We especially loved the Jalapinto Beans, the Hoppin' John and the Popeye Spinach!! ABCD Diaries gives Allens products an A+!
Buy It: You can find Allens veggies at your local grocery store or mass merchandiser.
Disclosure: ABCD Diaries was given coupons for Allens veggies for review purposes only. We were in no other way compensated. The opinions expressed in this post are ours and ours alone.

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