The next big thing
in the food sector for
healthy ready meals.

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The next big thing
in the food sector for
healthy ready meals.

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Here is a comparison between a standard, frozen ready meal and one of our freshly prepared ready meals

The packaging: Professionally prepared and presented.

The standard ready meal after after 4 minutes of microwave;
Does this really look like a lot of vegetables?

This is the same meal, just flipped upside down.
This clearly shows what the main ingredients of these meals are. Not a lot of vegetables.

A large amount of noodles. They cost nothing, deliver lots of calories, but no nutritional value.
165 g out of the 255 g package are noodles. These are gluten free, but still not healthy.

One really has to search extensively to find protein rich ingredients.
12 g or 3 pieces of a cheaper form of Tofu are included,
which delivers neither taste nor real protein.

Normally, we consider mushrooms to be vegetables. Due to the exceptionally small quantity we have demonstrated the relation in an image. The mushrooms were probably not so cheap, which is the reason why only a few are included.

Vegetables are also included. 70 g of the 255 g are reserved for vegetables and spices - it was not possible to specify the individual amounts more precisely. Though this represents 27% of the total meal; you can see on the plate that this is really not much. We did not find any peanuts at all. Description on the package "and ground peanuts".

Summary of the analysis of a standard frozen ready meal.

If one looks at the Image on the packing, this looks like a tasty meal with a lot of vegetables. Once opened, these meals already lose a lot of their freshness, as the colors do not nearly look as bright as they do on the packaging. If one prepares the meal as directed, it will be ready in only a few minutes, but the result is definitely not healthy. An analysis of the ready meal showed that the meal largely consists of noodles.

If one now calculate the cost of these ready meals at the same weight that we deliver, around 850 grams , the price of this meal would rise to around $13.30 which is about the same as we charge for a healthy and fresh meal.

Other ingredients are included as follows:
Noodles, 165 g, about 65,1 % of the total weight
Soy protein, 12 g, about 4,7 % of the total weight
Mushrooms, 8 g, about 3,2 % of the total weight
Vegetables, 70 g, about 27 % of the total weight
Total weight = 255 g
Price = $3.99

However, our meals have a completely different composition:
Noodles, rice or similar, about 150 g = 17,5 % of the total weight
Vegetables about 500 g = 58,8 % of the total weight
Protein like tofu about 60 g = 7 % of the total weight
Oil, spices about 60 g = 7 % of the total weight
Supplements like spaces about 80 g = 9,7 % of the total weight
In total this represents 850 g, where these are all average values.

One can clearly see that the customer gets much more vegetables for his money if one looks at the total weight. Since noodles have much more calories than vegetables, and are much cheaper, these ingredients are usually preferred by the current ready meal producers. These meals are cheap, fill the stomach, and do not weigh much.

Eating healthy, however, is something completely different.
For a direct comparison, here is one of our ready-meals with
a lot of vegetables and only a few noodles.

In relation to the amount offered, such a healthy meal does not cost more than a standard, frozen ready meal. Instead of four minutes, our meals take 15 minutes to prepare.
The compensation for this is fresh, healthy vegetables, healthy protein,
and not too many unhealthy carbs in form of noodles.
This type of meal supports weight loss and enhances the general health.

Eating healthy has never been easier.