"Millet Tot croutons are a great alternative for gluten," says Celebrity Master Chef David Burke. "Texture is key when using substitute items such as these tots. Millet Tots are convenient, flavorful and easy to serve warm."
MARION, Ill. (PRWEB) March 05, 2019
Celebrity chef David Burke recently praised the flagship product of RollinGreens, a Boulder-based company represented by Elohi Strategic Advisors. Burke—a multi-James Beard Foundation award winning chef behind nine restaurants, two cookbooks and multiple Bravo television appearances—celebrated RollinGreens’ Millet Tots and their versatility to be served not only as finger food but as croutons.
"Millet Tot croutons are a great alternative for gluten," says Burke. "Texture is key when using substitute items such as these tots. Millet Tots are convenient, flavorful and easy to serve warm."
Millet Tot Croutons are now available on the dinner menu at one of Burke’s restaurants. The Kale and Romaine Caesar Salad featuring this RollinGreens sensation can be found at Burke’s wood-fired American eatery and bar Woodpecker in New York City.
RollinGreens, a family-owned business, revolutionized the tot by removing the potato. The Millet Tots by RollinGreens are the only whole grain, non-potato tot available in the market and they fit a range of dietary restrictions including: vegan, gluten-free and Top 8 (milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, soy and wheat) allergen friendly. Millet Tots are a low-glycemic index food and do not contain fillers, binders or batters of any kind.
“Our team knew the Millet Tots by RollinGreens were a great product as soon as we tried them,” says Elohi Chief Executive Officer Stephanie Lind. “We’re thrilled to learn a world-renowned chef like David Burke agrees and found yet another innovative use for this versatile item by RollinGreens.”
About Elohi Strategic Advisors
Elohi Strategic Advisors is a national, woman-owned advisory firm. Based in Marion, Illinois, Elohi employs a team of experts across the country to assist natural and sustainable foodservice brands in distribution and growth. A percentage of all Elohi operating income is donated to organizations that support Indigenous People and establish nutritious programs for children and seniors. The team at Elohi believes that the only way to change the world is to change the way the world eats. Visit http://www.elohi.us to learn more.
RollinGreens was founded in 1980 by the Cunningham family and served as the first organic and local food truck and catering service in Boulder, Colorado. In 2011, the company was reborn by the youngest Cunningham son, Ryan, and his wife, Lindsey. Encouraged by their success, in 2015 the Cunninghams wanted to reach more consumers. They retired the food truck, packed up their recipe book and launched their first item: Millet Tots. For RollinGreens, the freezer is nature's pause button. Visit https://rollingreens.com for more information.