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Nestlé’s Meal Delivery Service Launches 6 Vegan Options For The First Time Freshly just introduced six new vegan options - Media Credit: Freshly

Nestlé’s Meal Delivery Service Launches 6 Vegan Options For The First Time

Freshly is seeing growing demand for meat-free, plant-based options


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Nestlé-owned brand Freshly just launched its first-ever vegan ready meal range.

Freshly is a weekly subscription service that delivers fresh, cooked meals. A team of chefs and nutritionists developed the meals without artificial ingredients, chemical preservatives, and highly processed sugars.

Purely Plant

Freshly is introducing six plant-based options under its Purely Plant brand. Customers can reheat the meat-free meals in around three minutes.

The vegan items include the Creamy Buffalo Cauli Mac and Cheeze, Farmstead Baked Pasta with Melty Cashew Cheeze, and an Indian-Spiced Chickpea Curry Bowl.

Freshly also offers a Moroccan Herb Falafel Bowl, the Rainbow Harvest Plant-Based Burger, and its Unwrapped Salsa Verde Burrito – also known as a ‘naked burrito’.

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Surging demand

Demand for plant-based food climbs higher all the time. A report from earlier this year found that the US vegan food market increased by 27 percent during 2020.

This is nearly twice as fast as the total US retail food market, which grew by 15 percent.

According to Freshly, 65 percent of its customers identify as ‘flexitarian’. Flexitarians eat mostly plant-based meals but occasionally consume animal products.

Freshly Founder and CEO Mike Wystrach said the company is ‘thrilled’ about the new additions.

“We’re thrilled to provide our customers with a convenient way to incorporate minimally processed, plant-based meals into their routines,” he said.

“We recognize that it can be challenging to eat a more plant-based diet without sacrificing on taste; but with the launch of Freshly’s Purely Plant, we’re laser-focused on delivering a variety of delicious, convenient, and better-for-you meal options, while also supporting flexitarians looking to make simple changes towards a more plant-based lifestyle.” 

Nestlé controversy

Some consumers may be weary of supporting Nestlé for ethical reasons.

The world’s largest food and beverage company has been accused of using child labor, unethical water mining, and causing significant deforestation.

Read more about the issue here.

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