For optimal quality, food safety and reliable results, please always follow the cooking instructions found on our packaging.
The recommended method is to heat On‑Cor entrées in a conventional oven, but you can use a convection oven. Follow the instructions on the package to cook until the product reaches a safe minimum internal temperature of 165°F, as measured with a meat thermometer. Since convection oven settings vary, please check the appliance’s instruction manual or the oven manufacturer’s website for more specific instructions on how to convert conventional oven cook times and temperatures to your specific model.
For optimal quality, food safety and reliable results, please always follow the cooking instructions found on our packaging. We don’t recommend using a toaster oven for On‑Cor frozen entrées, but it is usable for small portions of our Bagged Products like Chicken Strips and Chicken Nibblers. If a toaster oven is used for these products, keep at least 2 inches of space between the product and the heating element in the oven.
On‑Cor products should be kept frozen until they are ready to be prepared. You should not thaw the products before cooking.
We do! Find delicious ways to serve On‑Cor meals on the "dinnertime tips" tab located on each individual product.
If you have originally cooked your On‑Cor product from a frozen state and stored any leftovers tightly wrapped in the refrigerator, you can reheat the item within three days to enjoy again. Reheating times and temperatures will vary.
For optimal quality, food safety and reliable results, please always follow the cooking instructions found on our packaging. You can always cook the entire entrée and store leftovers in your refrigerator up to three days to reheat and enjoy later!
There is a "Best Before" date printed on the side of the box for frozen entrées and near the UPC barcode on bagged products. This date is what assures the product’s optimal freshness and high quality. Food stored in a freezer beyond that date is safe, but flavor, color, and texture may not be optimal. Please keep your On‑Cor products frozen and use them by the date on the package for best results.
Anytime we recommend leaving the film on an entrée, it is to trap the moisture inside so the product doesn’t dry out. Replacing the film with aluminum foil is an acceptable replacement on any item when following conventional oven cooking instructions.* Although the seal won’t be as tight, the foil will help keep the steam inside the entrée and prevent it from drying out.
*Do not use foil as a replacement for microwave cooking instructions.
Finding On‑Cor Products
We do not sell our products directly to consumers through our website, but you can purchase On‑Cor through our retailer partners.
If you don't see your favorite On‑Cor item at your local grocery store, you can always talk to the frozen foods manager and ask them to order it. If the store carries other On‑Cor items, your favorite product could possibly be added to the next order. Since customer demand is one of the strongest influences over what a store carries, it’s worth a try.
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On‑Cor does not have a gluten-free option at this time, but we are continually considering new recipes and options.
We currently offer a delicious macaroni and cheese frozen entrée, which doesn’t contain meat. It’s made with 100% real cheese and has no artificial flavors! Additionally, we are continually considering new recipes and options, so be sure to check back for more items in the future.
We do not currently offer kosher options.
All packages have the nutritional values for the item listed. You can also find that information on this website, by choosing the item on our product pages.
The tray wasn’t designed to be reused. Please dispose of the single-use cooking tray following your community guidelines and regulations for proper disposal or recycling.
Please dispose of the single-use cooking tray following your community guidelines and regulations.
We take care to be sure all products are kept in a frozen state after they are produced and when being transported to your grocer. However, most packaged frozen foods will form ice crystals if temperature variations occur after that point, either in the store or after purchase. While not harmful to eat, the product taste and quality may not be optimal.
If you have prepared an On‑Cor frozen entrée according to the instructions on the package and have chosen to refrigerate some leftovers, you can keep it in its original tray. Wrap it tightly with plastic wrap to help retain moisture and be sure to consume it within three days.