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Rana Maine Lobster & Cheese Ravioli (13 oz., 2 pk.)

by Rana |
Item # 980043024
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Model # 500384 |

Product Details

About this item

  • Made with wild-caught Maine lobster
  • No preservatives or GMOs
  • Pasta made the Italian way
  • Quick and easy to cook
  • Two 13 oz. packs of Rana ravioli
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Description

Rana® Maine Lobster & Cheese Ravioli (13 oz., 2 pk.) captures the tastes of Maine in a single bite. Each large, square ravioli is filled with a smooth, creamy filling of lobster and cheese. It's easy to cook. All you need to do is cook the ravioli for four minutes in boiling water, drain and toss in sauce (we recommend butter and sage). One bite will transport you to the New England coast.

How Do You Cook It?

Making a delicious lobster ravioli dinner in a short time is simple with Rana Maine Lobster & Cheese Ravioli. Simply pour your Rana ravioli into boiling water, wait four minutes, strain and serve. Plus, as a good source of vitamin A and calcium and with only 270 calories per serving, you can feel even better about including this deliciously rich and creamy Rana ravioli dish in your weekly lineup.

What's In It?

Rana Ravioli is filled with delicious pieces of lobster from Maine. Rana lobster ravioli only uses Maine lobsters that are wild-caught in the cold waters off the North Atlantic coast. As well as this prime lobster ingredient, Rana Maine lobster ravioli filling contains ricotta and mascarpone cheeses. The pasta itself is made the way Italians meant it to be, using only flour, eggs and water. What's just as important as what's in Rana Maine Lobster & Cheese Ravioli is what isn't in it. Rana Maine Lobster & Cheese ravioli has no preservatives, no GMOs, hydrogenated fats, gums, powdered eggs, artificial colors or artificial sweeteners.

What Does Non-GMO Mean?

Non-GMO products mean that none of the ingredients contain genetically modified organisms, which are created using genetic modification or engineering techniques to move genes from one organism to another. 

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