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A label from the earlier days of Zatarain's
Today, Zatarain's is the nation's leading maker of New Orleans-style food products. Zatarain's prides itself on great taste, high quality, and a near fanatical dedication to New Orleans cuisine. Interestingly, Zatarain's is as much a tradition at backyard barbecues as it is at formal dinners. From its humble beginnings, the company has grown to make more than 200 food products from rice dinner mixes, pasta dinner mixes, breadings, seasonings, and spices to seafood boils, stuffing mixes, and other products based on authentic New Orleans-style foods and seafood preparation.
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Zatarain’s has been the authority on New Orleans flavor since 1889. As the nation’s leading maker of New Orleans–style foods, Zatarain’s combines great taste, high quality and New Orleans’ rich culinary history. Now we’re reviving family dinner with more than 200 food products like rice and pasta dinner mixes - including our famous jambalaya, frozen entrees, breadings, seasonings and spices, crawfish boils and more—all rooted in the New Orleans tradition of big flavor.
With this Zatarain Jambalaya mix and a can of cambells jambalaya soup, you will make jambalaya that is better than most of the restaurants I ate at in New Orleans. Read morePublished 1 month ago by JayZ
Love this product, flavorful,
Good price, nice to have with any kind of meat or fish
I was worried about buying a case, but this arrived with an outdate of late 2016, so 18 months away! Read morePublished 3 months ago by BattMom4
I really enjoy Zatarain's and all of there different flavored rices and sides. This one specifically is really good, just like the box shows. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bill G
this stuff is awesome! made it with turkey kalboski sausage and shrimp... mouth watering!Published 3 months ago by Yvonne L. Frazier
You can make a great jambalaya by just adding some andouille sausage and chorizo. MmmmmmmPublished 4 months ago by Martin Basiszta