Oberto Sausage Company

South Bend, WA, United States

Oberto Sausage Company

South Bend, WA, United States

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Food processing methods and associated apparatuses are disclosed herein. In one embodiment, a food processing method includes heating a meat product in an oven to a pasteurizing temperature of the meat product followed by drying the meat product at the oven temperature that is below the maximum oven temperature of the processing cycle. In another embodiment, the method includes heating a meat product in a continuous belt grill, followed by drying the meat product in a temperature/relative humidity controlled oven. By breaking the food processing method into at least two phases, the method can result in a shorter processing time with better control of the process end points.


News Article | December 15, 2016
Site: marketersmedia.com

— The results have been tabulated for the 7th Annual Gluten-Free Awards presented by The Gluten-Free Buyers Guide. This year 3,527 people participated in the voting process. The 96,128 individual responses in over 50 categories are compiled in The 2017 Gluten Free Buyers Guide and used for gluten free shoppers and grocery category managers. Results can be obtained by visiting http://www.glutenfreebuyersguide.com/gluten-free-awards.html Bagels Beer Blogs Book Bread Bread Crumbs Bread Mixes Breakfast On-The-Go New: Brownie Mix New: Cake Mix Children’s Books Cold Cereals College Campuses Comfort Foods Cookbooks Cookie Mixes Cookies New: Cornbread Mix Cosmetic Brands Crackers Donuts Expos Flours Frozen Meals Frozen Pancake & Waffle Brands Frozen Pizza Brands Granola New: Jerky Magazines Mobile Apps New: Muffin Mix Munchies National Restaurant Chains New Products Non-Profits Online Resources Online Stores Pancake and Waffle Mixes Pastas New: Pie Crust New: Pizza Crust Mix Ready Made Desserts Sauces Shopping Guides Snack Bars Social Media Platforms Summer Camps Supplements Tortilla or Wrap Vacation Destinations Websites 4C Foods Corp. Against the Grain Gourmet ALDI US Amazon.com, Inc. Amy's Kitchen Anheuser Busch Annie's Homegrown Foods Arbonne Cosmetics B&G Foods, Inc. Bakery On Main Barilla Betty Crocker Beyond Celiac Bfree Foods Bob's Red Mill Boulder Brands Canyon Bakehouse Canyon Oats Celiac Disease Foundation Chipotle Continental Mills, Inc Enjoy Life Foods Epic Erica Dermer Freschetta Garden of Life General Mills GF Jules Gluten Free Living Magazine Gluten Free Media Group Gluten Intolerance Group of North America Glutenberg Glutenfreeda Glutino Ian's Jennifer Esposito Katz Gluten Free Kent State University KIND, LLC King Arthur Flour Kinnikinnick Foods Krave Jerky Krusteaz Larabar Living Without Luna Mission Foods My Grandpa's Farm Natures Path New Planet Nicole Hunn Nima Labs, Inc. Oberto Sausage Company P.F. Chang's China Bistro Pamela's Products Red Apple Lipstick Red Robin Royal Caribbean Cruises Rudi's Gluten Free Bakery Saffron Road Food San-J International Inc. Schar US Simply Gluten Free Snyder's-Lance, Inc. tarte Cosmetics Tate's Bakeshop TH Foods, Inc. The Walt Disney Company Three Bakers Tiffany Hinton Trader Joe's Udi's Van's Foods The gluten free market will reach $6.2 billion by 2018, according to a report from MarketsandMarkets. This is great news for gluten free food producers; however, the problem will become product differentiation as competition grows. Those with solid Gluten Free Award performance will have the ability to market their earlier successes and establish their products as “Best in Class”. Congratulations to all of this year’s Gluten Free Award Winners. Josh Schieffer and Jayme Schieffer created the Gluten-Free Awards eight years ago, after they found families like them who couldn’t afford to experiment with expensive gluten free products. They needed to quickly find products their family would actually enjoy without the financial burden. It was bad enough to have a Celiac Disease diagnosis but their grocery bill doubled and some of their family favorites disappeared instantly. They didn’t ask for permission, they just started with a one-page website and a few hundred gluten-free people who had struggled along with them. Fast forward a few years and that one-page website has turned into a published gluten free buyers guide that is distributed to thousands of people including grocery store buyers and category managers. Each year they give back to the community and focus on their mission by distributing as many free copies of the guide as possible during a short time each year. The number of free copies distributed is a fundamental method in which they measure their success. “We are amazed and blessed that the Gluten Free Awards Program is now going into its eighth consecutive year while facilitating a collective and forceful voice from and for the community. Personally, I don’t always agree with the results. Each year some of our personal favorites don’t make the nominations. However, we are passionate about the power of the collective results that are generated. The majority votes rule and that is how the gluten free awards are determined.” Josh Schieffer This year there are over 50 categories and some of the results are going to literally shock the gluten free community. Josh and Jayme have agreed to a 90-day exclusive deal with Amazon that gives them the opportunity to leverage Amazon’s size and distribution channels. How The Gluten Free Awards and Buyers Guide works in 5 simple steps. Step 1: Brands register their product(s) throughout the first part of the year. Step 2: In Summer, thousands of people vote for their favorite bloggers. Step 3: The forty most influential bloggers are then given an opportunity to make nominations. Step 4: In Fall all the nominations are set and open to public voting. Step 5: In December the results are published in the Annual Gluten Free Buyers Guide. For more information, please visit http://www.glutenfreebuyersguide.com


Trademark
Oberto Sausage Company | Date: 2016-04-18

Meat; Fresh and processed meat; Meat-based food snacks; Processed meat, including dried meat, jerky, meat and meat-based snacks, dried and smoked beef, meat sticks.


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Oberto Sausage Company | Date: 2016-05-11

Meat sticks, smoked sausage sticks and links.


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Oberto Sausage Company | Date: 2016-05-16

meat sticks, smoked sausage sticks and links.


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Oberto Sausage Company | Date: 2016-05-16

meat sticks, smoked sausage sticks and links.


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Oberto Sausage Company | Date: 2016-06-21

Meat; processed meat; Meat-based food snacks; Processed meat, including, dried meat, jerky, meat and meat-based snacks, dried and smoked beef, turkey, chicken and pork jerky.


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Oberto Sausage Company | Date: 2016-04-15

Trail mix consisting of primarily processed meat or chicken, nuts, seeds, dried fruit and also including chocolate.


Trademark
Oberto Sausage Company | Date: 2016-04-15

Trail mix consisting of primarily processed meat or chicken, nuts, seeds, dried fruit and also including chocolate.


Trademark
Oberto Sausage Company | Date: 2016-04-15

Trail mix consisting of primarily processed meat or chicken, nuts, seeds, dried fruit and also including chocolate.

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