Alice May Brock said:” Tomatoes and oregano make it Italian, wine and tarragon make it French, sour cream makes it Russian, lemon and cinnamon make it Greek, soy sauce makes it Chinese, garlic makes it good.” At Phil Romano’s Eatzi’s you can get all of that plus customization and personalization.
Phil Romano developed the first Grocerant for the United States Eatzi’s. Filled with chef inspired ready-2-eat and heat-N-eat fresh prepared food that is consumer focused, interactive, and participatory with portability built in Eatzi’s continues to set the standard for quality in the grocerant niche.
Grocerants allow customers to select from Italian, French, Russian or Greek and utilize the components at home any way they like. The new normal for a family meal can be a composite of any fresh prepared food component that the individual may want. Then they can mix and pair them any way as well. Our society is a composed for people from all over the world, with different cultures, traditions and flavor preferences. The new normal an American meal is a melting pot of flavor and choice.
Eatzi’s from the beginning understood the significance portion size and bundling of meal components. Today when 50% of Americans over the age of 18 are single, portion size and mix and match bundling are key drivers of sales success in retail foodservice.
The grocerant niche continues to grow with companies like Central Market, Whole Foods, Wegmans and 7 Eleven entering the fresh prepared better for you space. Meal time is now becoming a time of convenient meal participation, with differentiation and individualization for the entire family.
Creating and bundling distinctive differentiated food consumable’s as an entity with identity by day part in a mix and match meal component format is what Eatzi’s does best. At Eatzi’s the sights, sounds and scents of food and retail success abound.