We’re a small team of saucepan experimenters, self-proclaimed flavorphiles, and grab-and-go pros who were frustrated by the limited options when it comes to adding flavor to cooking. We believe convenience shouldn’t taste like cardboard. For too long in food, function has been to the detriment of fun. Convenience foods are either processed and unnatural, or they are bland and uniform. We sought to bring an end to this functional compromise by creating tiny cubes made from better-for-you ingredients that can impact your cooking in a big, bold way. Our products can help moms get their kids to eat vegetables, and can make even the most hapless cook seem like an impressive chef. By making mealtimes less hassle, we want to inspire more experimentation in the kitchen. BOU is on a mission to add life to any meal through unrivaled taste and flavor.
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BOU, the secret ingredient to creating easy and flavorful meals, has announced the latest addition to its lineup of innovative and delicious bouillon, gravy cubes and instant soup cups — Country Gravy.
Continuing its mission to help every American rediscover the joy of cooking, BOU — the champions of flavor and makers of bouillon cubes, gravy cubes and instant soup cups — has revealed a delicious new addition to its lineup.
Brands are making the case for consumers to toss the takeout menus, offering a variety of easy frozen, refrigerated and shelf-stable meal options. While some brands put their twist on classics such as pasta, chili and tacos, others got more innovative with products like Swiss hand-held potatoes and cauliflower-based tater tot alternatives.
BOU, an innovative food company committed to adding great flavor to home cooked meals in a convenient cube format, is taking a stand against the bland, rebelling against boring meals and bringing joy back into the kitchen with products that deliver quality and flavor in seconds.
To give consumers a boost in their kitchens, food brand BOU announced today the close of a $4 million dollar round of funding. An undisclosed family office invested $1.5 million, according to Jakobi, who also took part in the round himself.
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