Mission Foods adds almond, cauliflower flour tortillas

Mission Foods’ almond flour and cauliflower flour tortillas are gluten-free, vegan and high in fiber, the company said.
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Mission Foods is adding a new line of tortillas to its lineup.

The Irving, Texas-based company is rolling out two new Better For You line products that are gluten-free.

New launches from the brand include almond flour and cauliflower flour tortillas, which cater to consumers with allergy and dietary restrictions, as well as those who simply want to choose a healthier lifestyle, the company said.

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“Mission Foods’ Better for You line has set the standard for delicious, high-quality, wholesome products,” Juan Gonzalez, CEO of Mission Foods said. “These new additions mark a significant milestone for the company, and I am thrilled to bring the delicious, authentic flavors and great textures of Mission Foods to new groups of consumers.”

Made without the use of artificial colors, the newly launched tortillas are gluten-free, vegan and high in fiber, the company said.

“The new additions to our Better for You line are another example of how Mission Foods is evolving our products to meet consumers where they are,” Sathish Mohanraju, the vice president of marketing and trade marketing at Mission Foods said. “With more of us cooking and eating at home than ever, we wanted to give families the option to enjoy their favorite meals without concern for food allergies or intolerances, and while still meeting their dietary and lifestyle needs. Mission Foods continues to lead the way as it experiences exceptional growth, and these new alternative flour options will broaden that appeal to even more shoppers looking for healthier choices.”

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Consumers can find Mission Foods’ almond flour and cauliflower flour tortillas at select grocers. The products will expand distribution across the country in the coming months, the company said.