Nutrition brand targets demand for convenience
UK nutrition brand, GoNutrition.com, has launched a range of gourmet macro meals, catering to individuals who have busy lifestyles but want to find a convenient and nutritionally balanced dish.
The meals are made fresh to order using high-quality ingredients and cooked in rapeseed oil to reduce saturated fat content.
“We are delighted to be launching our new range of fresh meals to the market, and really can’t wait to see how our customers react to the delicious flavours on offer,” said Ross Beagrie, managing director of GoNutrition.com.
“Unlike competitors or supermarket ready meals, our macro meals are all prepared freshly for each order received – basically, we’ve done the prep so our busy customers don’t have to!”
The range of meals are available in eight varieties including: Mojito Lime Mint Chicken; Seared Soy Ginger Beef; BBQ Pulled Pork; Roast Citrus Salmon; Honey Mustard Lean Pork Sausage and Mango Chilli Chicken.
All meals have been developed by executive chefs and are made fresh in the firm’s kitchen every Tuesday and Thursday, ready for next day delivery on Wednesday and Friday. Each freshly prepared meal will stay fresh for up to five days.
“The eight dishes average around 500 calories each, and clearly state the amount of protein and carbohydrate found within, ideal for those in training or attempting to lose weight,” added Beagrie. “Just because you are staying healthy, doesn’t mean you have to compromise on taste or flavour.”
Upon delivery, each Gourmet Fresh Macro meal can be kept chilled in the fridge for up to three days or frozen for up to three months.
They can be eaten hot or cold, with prices starting at £4 each.
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