Woolworths Metro takes on THR1VE ready-made meals
Ready-made THR1VE meals are now available at Woolworths Metro stores.
THR1VE was first established as an Australian quick-service food restaurant specialising in healthy foods.
The Woolworths Metro range is a selection of THR1VE’s bestselling meals including butter chicken, grilled lemon chicken and chicken curry. Three low-carb options are also included in the range.
THR1VE founder and Chief Executive Officer, Josh Sparks, said he designed the range after experiencing first-hand how hard it can be to eat healthy whilst managing other commitments.
“As a Dad of two amazing young kids, I know how hectic managing work and family responsibilities can be,” Sparks said.
“Which is part of why I designed THR1VE@home, it’s perfect for anytime nutrition and designed to be simple, satisfying and nutrient dense for the sustained energy we need to juggle hectic lives – whilst achieving and sustaining the body we desire.”
Sparks began THR1VE after working in leadership roles within the fashion industry including CEO of Sass and Bide and Managing Director of Urban Outfitters. With a passion for health and fitness, Sparks found a gap in the Australian market for healthy and convenient meals.
THR1VE meals are available now at Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Gold Coast Woolworths Metro stores. The recommended retail price is AUD $10.95 per meal.
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