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How an Extensive Menu of Home Grown Food is Reaching the Masses

September 27
20:48 2019

Greater awareness of the health risks of mass-produced, processed food and a general desire to be more self-sufficient has led to a growing appreciation for home-cooked food. Combining this with a large-scale business venture is an effective way of getting the best of both worlds – the convenience and wide availability, without the questionable hygiene practices and unethical approaches to producing and preparing the food.

One Toronto company has set out to achieve this by using decades of family-honed expertise and combining it with a state-wide distribution network to bring the home-cooked out of the home and among the public. Soloway’s Hot Dog Factory has been supplying local residents with its fresh deli cold cuts, roast beef, sausages, wieners and cuts of beef and pork since 1927, but in 1996 expanded its scope by linking in with the wider Ontario food industry.

Soloway’s supplies a wider field across the Ontario food industry with their brand of traditional recipes and quality meat products. These include cash-and-carry stores, wholesalers, caterers and independent food stands. They provide something for everyone with a full vegetarian selection.

The selection of products, which features unique approaches to recipes to provide a memorable taste, includes wieners in a range of weights and which are available as beef, chicken or vegetarian, and sausages that are prepared in an even more diverse set of flavours – jerk chicken, honey garlic, turkey and pepper, hot Italian, jalapeno, and bacon and cheese.

Burgers come in 4oz and 6oz beef, while there is a 3.5oz vegetarian option and these are also available in nitrite and gluten free versions, alongside the 6” and 7” beef wieners. Rounding off the product range is fresh striploin steaks in 10oz and 5oz options, and 4oz chicken breasts. Soloway’s also sell a handy list of condiments and supplies such as ketchup, mustard, sweet relish, hot banana pepper rings, sauerkraut, bacon bits, jalapenos, napkins, hinged foam containers, paper sleeves and pumps for sauce bottles.

Despite their larger scale of operation, Soloway’s have attempted to stay true to their values of making freshly prepared, tasty food sourced from the highest quality meat. They do not compromise quality in any area, whether it be the flavour and diversity of the recipes or in the time taken to prepare the meals. In keeping with their long-held traditions, the Soloway’s team still uses its original recipes and cooking approaches, but have kept with the times in complying with food safety regulations, including publishing the content of their meat in full on their website.

Soloway’s can also customize existing products and take requests for bespoke offerings, underlining their commitment to meeting customers’ needs. Soloway’s have shared some of their own secrets by suggesting interesting recipes, which are posted on their website at https://soloways.ca/.

About Soloway’s

Soloway’s, established in 1927, is a Toronto provider of meat products that are supplied to retailers and distributors, and direct to customers across Ontario. Their products include sausages, wieners, burgers and striploin steaks.

Their website is at https://soloways.ca/ and they can be contacted on Facebook.

Media Contact
Company Name: Soloway Hot Dog Factory, Inc.
Contact Person: Oleg Perelstein
Email: Send Email
Phone: (416) 661-9383
Address:917 Alness Street
City: Toronto
State: Ontario M3J 2J1
Country: Canada
Website: https://soloways.ca/