A new frozen meal range, targeted as a meal solution for children, is being sold in Australian supermarkets.
‘Coco & Lucus’ offers a range of different meals described as being ideal for 3-12 year olds. The different meals include spaghetti bolognese, beef cottage pie, ‘bangers and mash’ and grilled chicken breast with brown rice and vegetables. All the meals have been awarded health star ratings between 3.5 and 4.5.
Coco & Lucus was created by Diem Kieu Fuggersberger and all of the meals are gluten and lactose free, contain at least 25 per cent protein, uses Australian meat only and includes no artificial colours or flavours.
Coco & Lucus meals are available now from About Life and Drakes Supermarkets. They too will soon be sold through Woolworths.
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