Meet the burger that reshaped the frozen burger business.

Meet the burger that reshaped the frozen burger business.

Meet the burger that reshaped the frozen burger business.

Cloud Economics

We know how challenging it can be to turn a profit. Especially with rising material costs.

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Nearly 20 years ago, we created the first fresh-frozen burger that looked, performed and tasted handmade.

The Cloud Difference

The Cloud broke the mold from day one. Our first innovation was a patented manufacturing process...

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Meet the freshest frozen burger ever made. Then choose the way you want yours.

The Cloud.

The freshest frozen burger ever made.

Nearly 20 years ago, we created the first fresh-frozen burger that looked, performed and tasted handmade. And it took the industry by storm.

We could tell you precisely how we did it, but you'd probably only be interested in the details if you were a Ph.D. in Food Science. Besides, we're not about to give away our trade secrets now.

Suffice to say, however, this burger captured the imagination of the foodservice industry. It was an immediate — and ongoing — hit.

No two Clouds are alike.

The Cloud broke the mold from day one. Our first innovation was a patented manufacturing process that delivers a free-form burger shape and profile with a unique, handmade look, but at the same time, within very standardized and consistently weighted patties.

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Burger Features and Benefits

Domestically Sourced

  • USDA highest standards
  • National pride / locally procured
  • Sustainability

Fresh to Frozen in 19 minutes

  • Consistently quicker to 160° — up to 33% faster ticket times
  • Higher product cook yield
  • Safety — no cross contamination

Locks in Freshness

  • Cleaner flavor
  • Juicier burger
  • Longer shelf life

Handmade Look

  • Right-sized every time — portion control
  • Labor savings
  • Craft burger appearance

Build your bottom line, while building a better burger.

We know how challenging it can be to turn a profit. Especially with rising material costs. But we've seen too many people try to save a nickel here or there by downgrading their product. In the end, the savings aren't worth the potential drop in customer satisfaction.