Passion for Food Innovation Technology Safety

Rä Foods: Simple and delicious for a healthier you. At Rä Foods, we believe there’s been an awakening to the benefits of healthful eating and simple preparation. 

What is Rä Foods?

At Rä Foods we have a passion for food, how it’s grown, harvested, processed, packaged and distributed and ultimately on the impact our food choices have on our health.

We also have a passion for food safety and how to use technology to meet our food safety goals.

In the News

SOUTHLAKE, Texas, Feb. 17, 2022 – Wild About Bread™ Home Baked Bread Made Simple is now even more easy and fun with the launch of new Single Pack Flavors available at Kroger stores in Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex in Texas. Single Pack Flavors offer an easy way to make fresh, bakery quality breads at home, from tasty appetizer breadsticks to main meal rolls and loaves to flavorful pizza crusts.

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Antonio Ortiz joins Wild About Sprouts™ as the Director of Operations. In a career spanning over 20 years, Ortiz is an accomplished operational management professional and leader and most recently served as General Manager for Superior Farms in Dixon, Calif. There, he presided over a large-scale operation, managed a diverse team, and consistently met all performance and productivity expectations. Prior to that, Ortiz was Facilities Manager at North Shore Greenhouses, Director of Operations at McKay Transcold, Operations Manager at Railex LLC, and Plant Manager at Cotterman Co. Throughout his career, Ortiz has developed and refined his skills in all areas of operational and facilities management, and has spearheaded a wealth of successful initiatives.

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SACRAMENTO, Dec. 8, 2020 – Rä Foods LLC Wild About Sprouts™, a Sacramento based fresh sprouts produce company, has opened a new production facility at 8200 Berry Ave, Sacramento, CA 95828 to expand production of Wild About Sprouts™ to meet the increasing demand for fresh green sprouts.

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FDA’s requirements for bearing a “healthy” nutrient content claim include specific criteria for nutrients to limit in the diet (including total fat, saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium), as well as requirements for nutrients to encourage (including a good source — 10% daily value — of vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium, iron, protein and fiber). The criteria were updated in 2016 to encourage intakes of mono- and polyunsaturated fats and to include good sources of potassium and vitamin D. Many dairy-based snacks meet or exceed these criteria.

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Our impact

We apply our deep knowledge in the food industry with technology to provide solutions in product innovation and food safety in all elements from farm-to-fork.