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NEW PACK SIZE! Ready-Set-Serve (RSS) Avocado Chunks in a 12/16-ounce 1/9 pan tray

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Created with smaller foodservice operators in mind, Markon has introduced a new, convenient pack size for the product Ready-Set-Serve® (RSS) Avocado Chunks. Creamy, with butter-like texture, this prepped avocado product adds slightly nutty flavor to a variety of global dishes.


  • Operators who require fewer avocado menu items in the off-season or have fewer avocado menu needs will benefit from the smaller one-pound amount per unit.
  • Labor-saving! No need to scoop into metal pans because this convenient 1/9 pan fits directly into the sandwich line up; just peel off the top film and drop it in.
  • No prep, no cleanup – large chunks of avocado ready-to-use.
  • There is no peeling, scooping, or dicing involved; 100% yields.


  • For smooth texture and fresh flavor, spread RSS Avocado Chunks on wraps, tortillas, and sandwich bread.
  • Garnish tostadas, fajitas, and enchiladas.
  • Top carne asada tacos, sopa de queso, and refried beans.
  • Line soft, warm corn tortillas with RSS Avocado Chunks; top with batter-fried fish, shredded red cabbage, diced jicama, and chopped MFC Tomatoes; drizzle with crema.
  • Stir RSS Avocado Chunks into crab cake mixture; patty and fry; serve with spicy mayonnaise.
  • Make grilled cheese sandwiches with RSS Avocado Chunks and sliced MFC Tomatoes.
  • Spread toasted crostini rounds with RSS Avocado Chunks; top with shredded pork and pickled RSS Red Onions.

The convenient Ready-Set-Serve 12/16-ounce 1/9 pan tray pack is available exclusively through Markon’s five member distributors. Talk to your sales representative today!



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