EVOL Foods launches new product lines

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BOULDER, Colo. – EVOL Foods has launched two new product lines — one product continues the company's commitment to the single-serve meal market while the other moves into meals for two.

MultiServe Skillet Meals and Lean & Fit single-serve meals are the latest additions to EVOL Foods' product line. The MultiServe Skillet Meals marks the first time the company has moved beyond the single-serve market.

"Our food philosophy is simple: love what you eat. At EVOL, we are a on a continued quest to find innovative ways to provide delicious food without sacrificing nutrition, flavor or convenience," said Phil Anson founder. "Our new MultiServe Skillet Meals and Lean & Fit Meals mark our continued evolution as a company and I think people are going to be truly excited when they taste these new products and realize they are a standout in the frozen food category, showing that just because something is convenient doesn't mean you have to give up on unique flavors and taste."

The MultiServe Meals are meant to be cooked on the stovetop and served for two. Prices for the meals range from $6.99 to $8.49. The meals are available in six flavors: Uncured Bacon Mac & Cheese; Thai Style Curry Chicken; Teriyaki Chicken; Grilled Chicken Parmesan; Chicken Tikka Masala and Butternut Squash and Sage Ravioli.

The low-fat Lean & Fit meals, which retail for $3.99-$4.99, contain 300 calories. The new line features: Teriyaki Chicken; Lemongrass Chicken Chicken; Tandoori Chicken and Penne Pomodoro.

MultiServe Skillet Meals and Lean & Fit Meals will be sold at Target, Harris Teeter and in select grocery stores.
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