Sunny Queen launches new French toast for Australian market

Sunny queen French toast

Sunny Queen has launched a new cooked and snap frozen French toast for Australia’s café and restaurant industry.

This product has been created to serve Australia’s growing out-of-home breakfast category, estimated to be worth $7.4 billion according to Npd Crest 2018.

Sunny Queen’s new French toast is made quickly using a sandwich press, oven or toaster. It is a versatile and easy menu option, perfect plated or cut for a grab and go option.

Sunny Queen Managing Director John O’Hara says the product is a game changer for cafés restaurants, hotels, leisure centres and education facilities. It can be served as a complete meal or an accompaniment to coffee or bacon and eggs.

“Our new French toast is completely unique with no other product of its kind available in Australia. We aim to help food providers save time in the kitchen as they accommodate Australian tastebuds with a versatile breakfast favourite that can be served with sweet or savoury toppings across the entire morning,” John says.

Sunny Queen says its new French toast aims to fill a gap in the market and help café and hospitality businesses increase revenue and decrease expenses with a safe, convenient, time saving breakfast product.

“We’ve designed our French Toast to also save time and money, by reducing waste and removing the need for time consuming preparation and cleaning thanks to the long frozen shelf life,” John says.

With more than 80 years-experience in the industry, Sunny Queen is Australian-farmer owned and one of the leaders in the provision of shell eggs and tasty and wholesome egg products.

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