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After receiving a rail car and determining that it measures up to “Casserole” standards, our production crew takes over. Each person has been carefully selected for their strong work ethic, skillful talents and dedication. Most have been with us for many years and are knowledgeable and proud of the Casserole label cleaning process.
Albert Rodriguez runs our packaging plant with a proficient and dependable group of workers who together produce a finished product which is then shipped to your favorite grocery store.
When you see Casserole Pinto Beans on your grocery store shelf, what you are looking at is many years of dedication with a determination to supply a product that is recognized as the very best available.In most markets a 1 lb bag of Casserole Pinto Beans will cost you under $1.50 and will provide your family with 10 to 12 ½ cup servings of delicious beans!
The beans are required to be light in color, tender, and have a short cooking time without soaking. If the beans meet our standards they are cleaned to the greatest degree possible using the most modern of techniques. The cleaning process is not just a single step, but rather a number of sequences designed to remove all dirt, rocks, stems, leaves, and cracked or split beans as efficiently as possible. Finally, the beans are ready to be packed and shipped to a fine supermarket near you.
In most markets a 1 lb bag of Casserole Pinto Beans will cost you under $1.00 and will provide your family with 10 to 12 ½ cup servings of delicious beans!
Combine Casserole pinto beans with a whole grain such as rice and you have a meal that also provides you with all the amino acids of a complete protein.
Pinto Beans are legendary for their versatility. They can be used as appetizers, entrees, side dishes, breads, desserts and more.