Zapp’s launches new line of frozen appetizers

Zapp’s launches new line of frozen appetizers
Zapp's and Monogram Foods have launched a new lines of appetizers available at the frozen sections of grocery stores. (Source: Monogram Foods)

(WAFB) - New Orleans’ famous potato chip brand, Zapp’s, has launched a new line of appetizers that are available in the freezer aisle of your favorite grocery store.

Zapp’s parent company, Utz Quality Foods, has partnered with Monogram Foods to produce three frozen appetizers that use flavors of popular Zapp’s potato chips.

Appetizer options include boudin balls, fried pickles, and jalapeño peppers. Zapp’s Cajun Crawtators are used to make the Cajun style sausage and rice fritter boudin balls.

The fried pickles are battered with Zapp’s Voodoo flavor and the jalapeño peppers are made with Zapp’s Hotter 'N Hot and Palmetto brand pimento cheese.

A spokesperson for Monogram Foods says all three Zapp’s appetizers are available in Louisiana at the frozen section of Walmart and Winn Dixie. The products will be available at Rouses in the near future.

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