Vegan-friendly company Gardein has launched a line of single-serve, plant-based ready meals in selected retailers across the US.
Four flavors are currently available, Italian Saus'age & Pasta Bowl, Chick'n Fajita Bowl: Orange Beefless Bowl, and the Teriyaki Chick'n Bowl.
"Gardein makes food for everyone and every diet – vegan, vegetarian, flexitarian and anything in between," said Clint Mickel, Director of marketing at Boulder Brands.
"Regardless of your reason for going meatless, Gardein wants to make sure you don’t miss out on a single thing, and we are excited to expand our product offering with high-quality, great-tasting Single Serve Bowls that offer the same great texture and taste as real meat."
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