I have previously wowed you with my reviews of other products from AdvancePierre, like the Big Az cheeseburger. We’ve also taken a look at “Dollar store” (generically using the name) foods like cheeseburgers, fish sandwiches, and empanadas. I actually preferred the fish sandwich to any of the fast food outlet offerings.
AdvancePierre, based in Cincinnati, is a leader is providing products to food service, vending, and c-marts. They have eleven factories across the U.S.
So these are a buck for two sandwiches, which ends up being about 25 – 33 % less than White Castle six packs. Instructions call for wrapping in a paper towel, heating for 60-70 seconds, and letting sit for 30 seconds prior to consuming.
The only curiosity (to me) was that in the manufacturing process, the two burgers share a single slice of cheese. (see pic).
Verdict? If you like frozen White Castles, you’ll find these OK. They have a “grill flavor” in place of W.C.’s “onion flavor.” They taste beefy and are parked on ultra soft-buns. Load them up with condiments however you like, and enjoy.
I have to admire AdvancePierre, frozen heat and eat foods has got to be one of the toughest segments in the industry, and they do a bang-up job.
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