Soup-to-Nuts Podcast: What does the future for meal kits look like?

When meal kits first launched in the US, Americans were fast to embrace the idea of pre-planned, pre-portioned, ready-to-prepare dinners delivered to their doors, but according to new research from Packaged Facts that love quickly faded for many who became disenchanted with meal kits’ high prices, extensive packaging and inflexible subscription models.

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Americas: Meal kits offer the convenience that consumers want – Food News International

When meal kit subscription services came on the scene a few years back, they stirred up a lot of buzz and consumers gave them a try, according to The NPD When meal kit subscription services came on the scene a few years back, they stirred up a lot of buzz and consumers gave them a try, according to The NPD Group.

Source: Americas: Meal kits offer the convenience that consumers want – Food News International