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New: Isernio's Chicken Sausage Rolls - Available on East Coast


Isernio’s Sausage Now Offering Fresh Chicken Sausage Rolls throughout the family of The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company Grocery Stores in the Northeast

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We are excited to announce our partnership with the A&P family of grocery stores, making Isernio’s famous chicken sausage rolls available for the first time in the Northeast!  Our chicken sausage rolls are now available in 287 A&P, Food Emporium, Food Basics, Pathmark, Superfresh and Waldbaums stores throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland.

Look for the Italian Chicken, Hot Italian Chicken and Chicken Breakfast sausage rolls in the fresh meat department of these stores now.   Created from Frank Isernio’s recipes using premium savory seasonings and authentic Italian flavors, these sausage rolls can be used in place of pork sausage in any of your favorite dishes.  And since they’re made from 95% lean, skinless chicken, these all-natural chicken sausage rolls are a great way to lose the fat and calories without sacrificing taste. 



Try these chicken sausage rolls in some of our favorite classic Italian recipes like Orecchietti with Rapini and Hot Italian Sausage and Pasta e Fagioli (“Pasta Fazool”), or in a hearty breakfast dish like Breakfast Frittata.   We are confident you’ll find our authentic Italian flavor and healthy chicken sausage a delicious part of your meals.  

Look for these Chicken Sausage Rolls available now!

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