19870 SW 112th Avenue
Tualatin, OR 97062
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New Tamper Proof Lids
Starting this month, you will notice the new tamper evident lid on Trazza hummus and sauces - one more guarantee that the products you are buying have not been tampered with and are safe for consumption.
The new lid has three tabs that must be lifted to open the container. When each tabs is lifted, the seal is broken and the secondary tab can be easily peeled away.
Once the seals are broken and the secondary tabs are removed, the lid can easily be opened or closed as needed.
Look for our seasonal flavors in your favorite supermarket today.
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Everyday Cooking Interview
Portland Business Journal
Bethany Living August 2017
The Tualatin Times
The Tualatin Life
EVERYDAY COOKING WITH KRISTIE GREENWOOD
Interview with Claude Link to the Interview on Kuik
Kristie Greenwood is a self confessed food-aholic!! She reads about food. She writes about food. She probably has a subscription to every food magazine on the planet and owns more cookbooks then she would care to admit. While eating breakfast, her mind is already wandering to what she will be enjoying at lunch. She loves to try new recipes, experiment with different flavors, textures and presentations of food. The simple fact being, she loves food and always has!
Coming from a background of being a professional chef, but also being a mom and household entertainer, Kristie is ready to share her knowledge of cooking and all things good nutrition and food with you. She wants to help you bring the ease and enjoyment of cooking, back to your home table. Making your family a healthy, nutritious meal, that they will all enjoy, should not be a chore. So, join Kristie and learn how to hopefully skip the drive-thru and bring the family back to the table!
Tune-in to Kristie Greenwood, Thursdays on The Jayne Carroll Show and on Everyday Cooking at 10am Saturday mornings and let’s talk food!
5 Things to Know
from the Oregon Business Journal
By Andy Giegerich – Digital Managing Editor,
Portland Business Journal Aug 30, 2017, 7:53am
A Tualatin Middle Eastern food specialist said a new facility and a name change has been just the ticket for growth.
Trazza Fine Lebanese Food, formerly Great Cedar, entered a 7,300-space in March at Franklin Business Park. As such, the 18-employee company has begun producing a larger (10 ounces) hummus offering along with its array of falafel, mjadra, baba ghanouj, tabbouleh, baklava and other tasty Lebanese food items.
Claude Karam, the company's CEO and president, changed the name "to reflect our authentic and unique products."
BY KIM BEELER, BEELER MARKETING
Claude Karam, owner of Trazza™ Fine Lebanese Food, held a Grand Opening at his new Tualatin production facility on Wednesday, March 15. He treated more than 50 attendees to a tour of the 7,500-square-foot facility. Open House guests also enjoyed Lebanese fare, including an assortment of Trazza’s hummus, falafel, baba ghanouj, tatziki sauce, tabouleh, mhishi (stuffed grape leaves) and baklava.
The new production facility and company headquarters is located at 19870 SW 112th Ave. in Tualatin – just off Tualatin-Sherwood Road and near Industry restaurant, which is another new business to the growing industrial area.
An obvious family man, Karam said he left his 15-year career as an Alaska Airlines pilot to spend more time at home.....
Our Catering Platters and Order Ahead Grab and Go
New Product Release
Garlic Sauce is a creamy, whipped garlic compliment to roasted chicken, beef, or lamb. Excellent as a topping on already cooked meats or even roasted vegetables. Contains only four ingredients (garlic, lemon, oil and salt). It also a healthy condiment, has a refrigerated shelf life of several weeks, is naturally gluten free, and vegan.
Garlic Sauce (Toum)
Traditional rice and beans. Made with lentils, basmati rice,
caramelized onion and spices.
Now packaged in grab and go size.
Organic filo dough, layered with spinach, feta cheese, eggs,
caramelized onion and butter.
Now packaged in grab and go size.
Trazza's New State of the Art Production Facility
Trazza's new manufacturing facility is conveniently located in the Franklin Business Park II in Tualatin, Oregon. The new location and facility allows us to better serve our customers the very best in quality Lebanese Food.
Our Customers are Awesome!
Madeline B from Google
Found Trazza hummus at my local Fred Meyer this morning. Don't think I've seen it before. Grocery store hummus is okay and they're all pretty much the same. I opted to try this for the same price as FM brand. Holy cats, this is fantastic hummus! I can actually taste the garlic and the lemon juice! It's Trazza for me from now on.
Thank you for bringing hummus samples to Natural Grocer (Salem) a couple of days ago! This is the best hummus I have ever had! I bought the "Cilantro & Jalapeno" Hummus-the flavor is exceptional. Be assured that I will purchase more varieties of your hummus in due time.
I just wanted to write you a quick note to tell you how much I am in love with your humus. It's a strange city we live in, here in Portland, where we have so many local options, never mind national, for our food products. I have tried so many of those brands, and I have fallen completely in love with Trazza. I'm so thankful to find such a delicious local humus without added preservatives and oils. I read your About Me page, and didn't realize that in Lebanon, flavored humus is an unspeakable betrayal to the food (I kid...slightly), though I shouldn't be surprised that flavored humus is the "Americanized" version. But I must be honest - I am in love with the cilantro jalapeno flavor! The original is beautiful and fresh tasting as well.
Hope business is going well!
Portland's Number One Retail Hummus
"Trazza hummus was rated Top 3 Portland's favorite hummus by Portland Monthly Magazine. We also were rated as the number one, wholesale hummus brand in Oregon!
We are truly honored to be in the spotlight!
Nothing is better than sharing our authentic Lebanese food and joy with you!
Find us at over 100 grocery stores in greater Portland area, including New Seasons, Whole Foods, Fred Meyer, local co-ops, Natural Grocers, Lamb's Market and many more.
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Why the Name Change
Trazza is a company with a new name formerly know as Great Cedar. We still have the same great products you've seen in your local grocery store - the only change is our name. The cedar tree of Lebanon has been known throughout history for its great strength and resilience. We feel the Great Cedar tree in our logo also shows the strength and perseverance of the people who make our products what they are: fresh, authentic, and delicious.
Our mission is to delight our customers through the highest quality of service; delivered with a sense of warmth, friendliness, individual pride, passion, and company spirit. Trazza is about providing our customers with healthy, fresh ingredients that have no artificial flavors or preservatives. We offer great tasting products options that can enable our clients and customers experience authentic Lebanese food while offering them both vegan and gluten free options to suite their lifestyle. We are committed to our existence because we see in the company's vision an opportunity to pursue not only corporate relationships, but also personal aspirations.
A joint venture with the local grocer and businesses to provide a means for local consumers to easily access the most popular Lebanese dishes and desserts.
To enable local Portland shoppers to buy fresh, all natural, authentic Lebanese cuisine from the deli/perishable section of their grocery store. Meanwhile, we will reach out to local companies and universities to offer as well our products to their employees and students.