Marley Spoon launches in Tasmania
The first meal-kit service to deliver to Tasmania has officially launched, with Marley Spoon launching on the 5th of August. Residents from Hobart and Launceston can place orders to have everything they need to cook healthy and delicious meals delivered straight to their door.
Designed with easy everyday cooking in mind, Marley Spoon delivers pre-portioned high quality, seasonal produce directly to your door so customers can enjoy cooking chef-designed dinners with easy-to-follow six-step recipe cards.
Each week there are 20 recipes to pick from, including a selection of vegetarian, family friendly, fast, no added gluten, and healthy meals. All of the ingredients are perfectly measured for each meal, so customers can easily manage their portions as well as reduce their food waste.
There are meal-kit services are available nationally, however this is the first time a meal-kit company has offered service in Tasmania. The initial delivery area will cover the greater Hobart and Launceston areas, with more locations throughout the state opening up in the near future.
Rolf Weber, Marley Spoon Australia Managing Director and co-founder said: “Tasmania is known as one of Australia’s premier food destinations, but now locals can benefit from having some of the best produce delivered straight to their doors. Combine that with simple to follow recipe cards and you’ve got a perfect solution to the traditional pains of cooking at home.
“We’re excited to bring stress-free, delicious and sustainable cooking to even more Aussie households.”
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