12-2 lb bags – Silver Floss® Shredded Kraut
Kraut, the Super Food, is a must for any modern food service operation. Besides being a healthy powerhouse (loaded with vitamins; fighting cancer; reducing the risk of heart disease), kraut is incredibly versatile as a substitute ingredient (kraut brownies anyone?). Crank up your kitchen, create new recipes, and enliven your menu. From side-dish to key recipe ingredient, affordable kraut is catching on.
|Product Name||Refrigerated Shredded Kraut|
|Guaranteed Shelf Life||210 days|
|Product Preparation||Ready to Eat – Open and Serve|
|Ingredients||Cabbage, water, salt, sodium benzoate and sodium bisulfite (as preservatives)|
|Size||2 lb Bag|
|Cases Per Layer||13|
|Layers Per Pallet||6|
|Total Cases Per Pallet||78|
|Case Length||15.19 in|
|Case Width||9.19 in|
|Case Height||8.5 in|
|Case Weight||27.36 lb|
|Net Weight||24.0 lb|
|Serving Size 2 tbsp (30 g) Servings Per Container 30|
|Amount Per Serving|
|Calories 5||From Fat 0|
|% Daily Value*|
|Total Fat 0 g||0%|
|Saturated Fat 0 g||0%|
|Trans Fat 0 g|
|Cholesterol 0 mg||0%|
|Sodium 180 mg||8%|
|Total Carbohydrates 1 g||1%|
|Fiber 1 g||3%|
|Total Sugars 0 g|
|Protein 0 g|
|Vitamin D 0 mcg 0%||Potassium 50 mg 1%|
|Calcium 10 mg 1%||Iron 0 mg 0%|
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Silver Floss Traditional style sauerkraut is tart and tangy, while Bavarian style has a hint of caraway for a sweet and mild taste. Silver Floss sauerkraut is naturally fat-free, cholesterol-free, gluten-free, a good source of Vitamin C and extremely versatile. It’s great as a topping, side dish, or main ingredient in a recipe.
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Why did it close?
How did a century of sauerkraut production come to a screeching halt?
Several farmers point to comparatively high costs for doing business in the state; they cite high property taxes, utilities and labor costs.
“New York is not business friendly,” said Eric Hansen, part of the fourth generation of farmers at Hansen Farms, a 99-year-old vegetable farm in Stanley, Ontario County. “The farm is a business — it’s not just farming business that’s not good. It’s just over regulation — government regulation. That’s the broad-brush picture.”
“They can do it cheaper in Wisconsin,” said Kludt. “I can see their point but it was mismanaged here as well.” In the past few years, he had had difficulty with scheduling deliveries. “If it’s not managed right, it’s not going to ever work.”
Downs of GLK Foods confirmed via email that New York’s costs are higher, but were not the sole reason for consolidating in Wisconsin. In the end, bumper crops brought about the sudden denouement.
“We had two rather large cabbage harvests two years in a row and because of this we are carrying a heavier finished goods inventory,” his email said. With excess inventory, it didn’t need cabbage from New York.
The inventory also afforded the company time to make capital improvements to the Wisconsin facility. The process runs at a much higher rate in Wisconsin than at the New York plant; the cabbage is shredded and then sorted both by color and density utilizing infrared lasers.
“The cost of maintaining two 100+-year-old facilities was becoming quite high,” his email said.
Back in Shortsville, with the largest plant in the area closing, farmers have expressed concerns about the next largest processor in the area. Seneca Foods includes sauerkraut among the production done in a 779,000 square-foot facility in Geneva.
What is Silver Floss?
What are the ingredients in Silver Floss sauerkraut?
Sauerkraut has probiotic bacteria that create lactic acid which provides digestive system balance. Not only is sauerkraut a super food, it adds great flavor to any dish. Customers demand fresh, naturally healthy products which Silver Floss provides.