, Australia

Sunny Queen launches cooked and snap frozen french toast

The brand aims to service the country's breakfast category.

Sunny Queen has launched its cooked and snap frozen french toast, in a bid to service Australia’s growing $7.4 billion out-of-home breakfast category.

“We aim to help food providers save time in the kitchen as they accommodate Australian tastebuds with a versatile breakfast favourite that can be served with sweet or savoury toppings across the entire morning,” Sunny Queen managing director John O’Hara said.

The new item is the latest addition to Sunny Queen’s meal solutions, which include their omelette, fritter and poached egg range.

“Sunny Queen’s French Toast is an easy way to enhance any breakfast or brunch menu – it can be served as a complete meal, a take-away accompaniment to coffee or added to an order of bacon and eggs, helping businesses drive incremental spend per head and overall menu appeal,” O’Hara added.

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