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Red's All Natural's delicious line of hearty burritos

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There’s nothing quite like a delicious fresh burrito filled with all of your favorite ingredients to kick the afternoon off right. When it comes to frozen burritos, we haven’t been able to find one we truly enjoyed – until now.

Introducing Red’s All Natural frozen burritos and quesadillas.

Each one is preservative-free and made with antibiotic and hormone-free meat and rBGH-free cheese. They also only use authentic tortillas made from the simplest ingredients and are big enough to hold all the goodness inside without overwhelming the burrito balance.

We recently sampled the delicious chicken burrito filled with brown rice, chicken, pinto beans, yellow corn, green peppers, onions, red peppers, mozzarella cheese, tomato puree and cheddar cheese. The steak burrito was just as good filled with juicy tender chunks of beef, brown rice and cheese.

Before creating Red’s All Natural, Mike Adair was enjoying a homemade burrito created by his wife, Paige, when he realized it was a meal so perfect and delicious it just had to be shared. With the approval of their trusty dog, Red, Mike launched Red’s All Natural using Paige’s original recipes.

The couple also has a line of quesadillas but we are too hooked on the burritos to try one. Trust us, you will be too if you try just one.

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