Frozen foods line aimed at diabetic consumers
Meals to Live, the first grocery store line of frozen meals designed for the needs of consumers living with diabetes, offers innovatively packaged, great tasting and convenient options to help people living with diabetes manage their nutritional requirements. The easy-to-read packaging clearly displays relevant nutritional information on the front, such as fat, sodium and fiber. It gives consumers a convenient, easy meal option with no guesswork. Five of the eight meal options are also 100% gluten-free.
"Thousands of Americans are diagnosed with diabetes or pre-diabetes every day, and the nutritional realities they suddenly face can be difficult to incorporate into their routines," says Meals to Live founder and chief executive officer Cole Egger. "Like everyone else, people living with diabetes just want something quick, convenient and tasty that doesn't require exhaustive label reading or worry about their food choices. Meals to Live takes the worrying out of label reading and provides a solution right from the grocer's freezer."
Meals to Live is available in stores across the U.S., including select locations of Publix, Tom Thumb/Randalls, Walgreens, Raley's, Brookshire's, Ralph's, Meijers and Sprouts and may be purchased online at www.mealstolive.com. The suggested retail price for entrees ranges from $3.99 to $4.99.