Dedicated plant-based meal delivery service now operating in Australia
A dedicated plant-based meal delivery service is now available in Australia.
‘Soulara’ will deliver breakfast, lunch and dinner options to customers in Melbourne, Queensland, Canberra and Sydney.
Example meals include granola bowls, turmeric and farro soup and truffle potato and kale cakes.
The meals will be delivered weekly in recyclable packaging with insulation liners that can keep the food cool for up to 12 hours.
Soulara Head Chef, Tobias Hayes, said Soulara aims to provide nutritious foods which support the environment.
“It is increasingly clear that consumers are more aware of the quality of the produce they choose to eat,” he said.
Prices start from AUD $9.50-$11.50 per meal.
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