This month, Dierbergs Markets plans to start selling meals and other food offerings from rootberry, a startup plant-based meal delivery service, to its St. Louis area supermarkets.
Plans call for meals, salads, share meals and desserts made from root crops to be rolled out in Dierbergs stores through September and October, with all 24 metro locations in St. Louis carrying products from here. on November 1, said the root beer this week. Dierbergs is the first exclusive retail partner of the Saint-Louis-based root beer, which launched in July as an online ordering and home / office delivery service.
Dierbergs will offer a range of dishes developed by Rootberry’s chef and nutritionist, including seasonal and new menu items later. In-store prices for in-store entrees, share dishes, snacks and desserts with prices ranging from $ 5.99 to $ 11.99.
Take-out root beer dishes at Dierbergs include bestsellers such as the Meal Service Gluten Free Peanut Buddha Bowl, Aztec Enchiladas, Tikka Masala, Lemon Risotto and Portabella, Classic Lasagna and Spaghetti and root balls. Dishes to share – described by rootberry as a ‘crowd pleasing’ comfort food for two to four people – will include chili macaroni, chickpea salad, spinach and artichoke dip, and cheese dip. in Chile. Rounding out the offerings are salads such as the Spring Roll in a Bowl and Soy and Ginger Superfood Salad and treats like chocolate chip cookies, fudge brownies, and oat and ginger bars. raspberries.
“Dierbergs has always been committed to sourcing high quality ingredients, providing customers with something unique and partnering with local businesses,” said Greg Dierberg, President and CEO of Dierbergs Markets , in a press release. “With the root beer, we do all three. When we first heard about the Root Beer Mission, we thought it would be a perfect fit. But when we tried the food, we were sold. Rootberry is a game-changer in the plant-based meal category.
Twenty-two Dierbergs stores in Missouri (including five in St. Louis) and two in southern Illinois (Shiloh and Edwardsville) will sell the red radish offerings, which will be on display in a dedicated space in the prepared foods section. near the deli department of each store.
Overall, the Chesterfield, Missouri-based grocer operates 25 supermarkets, including a store in Lake of the Ozarks in central Missouri.
“Rootberry was designed to create access to delicious plant-based foods and to make these healthy options more accessible in the community,” commented rootberry co-founder Marc Connor. “Some people want food delivered to their doorstep, and others want it at their neighborhood grocery store. We’re happy to offer both options to our consumers and couldn’t be more proud to have the Dierberg family in our corner, supporting the mission of helping more people eat more plants more often.