First We Feast Takes Boneless Chicken Bites to the Frozen Aisle

In order to introduce five new types of Hot Ones Boneless Chicken Bites, frozen food manufacturer First We Feast has expanded its cooperation with John Soules Foods and FoodStory Brands. The line debuted this month at Walmart’s freezer section, and it will soon be available in additional stores across the nation. The new Hot Ones Boneless Chicken Bites are all-natural, white-meat boneless chicken bites that come with an approved Hot Ones sauce packet in 18.6 oz. resealable bags.

These new bites follow the impressive launch of the limited-time Hot Ones family-size product offering that was available exclusively at Walmart in the Spring. Based on its smashing success, the line has now expanded to include five new innovative flavors with varying levels of heat—created for all spice preferences—with Hot Ones famous and authentic hot sauces: Original (The Classic Sauce); Spicy Garlic (The Classic: Garlic Fresno Edition Sauce); Smoky Sweet (Los Calientes Verde Sauce); Smoky Habanero (Los Calientes Rojo Sauce); and Barbacoa (Los Calientes Barbacoa Sauce).

“As a family-owned company, it brings us great joy to develop an at-home experience with Hot Ones that brings families and friends together,” said John Soules Jr. “We are proud to innovate alongside First We Feast and FoodStory Brands in a way that brings the Hot Ones show to life for consumers. Plus, we are thrilled to offer this type of flavorful heat profile that is not currently available in the frozen chicken category.”

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