Plant-based ready meal company BOL Foods is joining the likes of Huel and Soylent in the meal replacement market with its newly launched Power Shakes. FoodNavigator catches up with founder Paul Brown to find out how his range sets itself apart in the...
Consumers still assume ready meals are low in nutrition, but wider use of slow cooking techniques such as sous vide can produce foods that's more nutritious than home-cooked equivalents. Can prepared foods become more widely accepted?
Industry produced ready meals have come out on top in the nutrition stakes after researchers in the UK found recipes produced by TV chefs are on the whole ‘less healthy’ than supermarket bought, private label foods.
Spanish ready meal sales grew by 7.5 per cent in 2003, another
clear example of how Spaniards are rapidly embracing modern
culinary trends and shedding the tapas image. And with the
category still relatively underdeveloped compared...
Britain is set to extend its lead in the European ready meals
market over the next five years, accounting for more than half of
all sales by 2007. But convenience is no longer enough to keep
consumers happy - they want health and...
Is it because we travel more ? Is it because of the influence that
the US eating patterns wield over the UK ? Or because gastronomic
traditions are far less marked in the UK than in some of our
continental European neighbours ? Whatever...