Wednesday, 09 June 2021 10:55

Tuk In Foods launches a new range of meal pots with the Co-op

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Tuk In Foods continues to be a driver of innovation in the Food to Go category following growing demand for its curry in a naan and very successful launch of its online offer a year ago. They have just launched a range of delicious and nutritious curry, lentil and quinoa based meal pots with the Co-op. Tuk In Foods is launching initially with two variants; Chicken Tikka and Chicken Jalfrezi.

Sales Director Paul Grigg said; “This new innovation has been driven by demand from our online customers with an initial concept receiving rave reviews by customers. This launch builds on an already strong relationship with the Co-op, who already stock our award-winning range of Curry-in-a-Naan. “

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The meal pots provide a really wholesome option for food to go customers being high in protein, low in saturated fat and low in sugar. The Chicken Tikka Lentil and Quinoa Meal pot delivers 65% of RDA protein in a portion size of 350g and 430kcal.  The Chicken Jalfrezi Lentil and Quinoa Meal pot delivers 61% of RDA protein in a portion size of 350g and 368kcal. All of this before you get into the health benefits of the freshly ground spices and quinoa in the pots.

The launch comes at an exciting time for Tuk In Foods. The brand secured additional investment at the end of 2020 which is now driving significant business growth. Tuk In Foods is focused on growing its online delivery offering, expanding its Curry in Naan customer base and is making additional investment in its production site.  

To find out more, visit: www.tukinfoods.com

About Tuk In Foods
Tuk In Foods is passionate about making delicious Indian restaurant quality food more accessible. We believe in wholesome freshly made recipes made using kitchen ingredients. The business was founded in 2015 and set up its own production in Leicester three years ago. The business is targeting growing to £4m of turnover during 2021. 

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