Plant Based Range Allplants Launches New Dishes - And Single Serve Sizes

The company is responding to customer demand
Customers can now choose meals in single serve portions (Photo: allplants)

Plant-based meal delivery service allplants has added four new dishes to its range - which are all available now.

The company, which was set up a year ago by brothers JP and Alex Petrides, delivers plant-based freshly cooked and frozen meals directly to people's doorsteps.

The new meals include Kimchi Grain Bowl, Polpette Orzo, Biryani Jewel, and Keralan Sundown, all described by the brothers as 'incredibly delicious'.

 

Single serve

In addition to the new dishes, the company has started offering their meals in single serve portions.

According to a spokesperson for allplants: "Previously only available in double servings, customers can now order meals for one and choose from gluten-free, protein-packed or vitamin-rich options to make weekday dinners and lunches super easy.

"Made by chefs, designed by nutritionists and delivered directly to your home; customers enjoy each dish from their freezer in a matter of minutes. 

"And don’t let the freezer bit slip you: it’s the healthiest, most natural and sustainable way to keep the nutrients and flavours fresher for longer."

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