Frozen Vegan Meal Brand Launches Delivery Service Amid COVID-19
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Frozen Vegan Meal Brand Launches Delivery Service Amid COVID-19


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Frozen vegan meal brand Planty has launched a delivery service across the U.K. amid the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

The company has created nine plant-based meals that have been hand-crafted by a team of chefs, which can be ordered as a one-off or on a subscription basis.

Dishes include a Mac ‘no’ Cheese, Yaki-Miso Udon Noodles, BBQ Banana Blossom Burrito, Shepherd-less Pie, Red Thai Sweet Potato Curry, Zesty Xinixim, Garden Pea & Mint Risotto, Harissa Carrot Tagine, and Wild Mushroom & Truffle Rigatoni.

‘A healthy and nutritious meal’

In a statement sent to Plant Based News, Planty said: “With so many people returning to work and feeling more tired when they get home, it’s going to be difficult for people to maintain cooking a healthy and nutritious meal every night.

“Planty enables you to have plant-based meals that just need to be heated up. The recipes also contain plenty of your five-a-day and are fresh-frozen to ensure the nutrition and flavor is locked in.”

Prices range from £4.95 per meal £7.60 per meal depending on order size and subscription.

You can find out more about Planty here

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