Ready Pac Foods introduces soup, wrap kits

by MEAT+POULTRY Staff
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The new kits are sold in refrigerated cases at grocery stores around the country. 
 

IRWINDALE, Calif. – Ready Pac Foods has launched a new line of products designed to make lunch time easier for time-challenged, health-conscious consumers. The company’s new offerings include the Fresh Prep’d Soup Kits and Fresh Prep’d Wrap Kits available in retailers’ produce and deli departments.

"Our Fresh Prep'd line is a totally innovative new take on lunch favorites. Consumers want meal options that are fresh, tasty, filling and convenient," said Ready Pac Foods Chief Marketing Officer Galit Feinreich. "With our new Fresh Prep'd Soup Kits and Wrap Kits, everything you need for a delicious, veggie-packed meal comes ready to prepare and customize exactly how you like it – and delivers flavors and textures at their peak – in just minutes."

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Fresh Prep’d Soup Kits are a single-serve kit packaged and separated to maintain freshness and flavor. Each kit contains a microwave-safe bowl and soup ingredients. The user combines the ingredient and water in the bowl and microwaves for three minutes. The kit comes with a spoon.

Soup kits are available in five varieties including Chicken Tortilla, Vegetarian Tuscan White Bean, Asian Inspired Beef, Italian Style Wedding and Chicken Noodle.

Ready Pac’s Fresh Prep'd Wrap Kits contain lean meats, cheese, sauce, fresh vegetables and a tortilla. Each wrap contains 470 calories or less with 13 to 23 grams of protein and ½ to ¾ cups of vegetables.

The wrap kits come in five flavors, including Bacon & Garlic Caesar, Buffalo Style Ranch, Thai-Style Peanut, Southwest Style Ranch and Vegetarian Roasted Vegetable & Feta.

The soup and wrap kits are available for a suggested retail price of $4.99. The products can also be purchased online through Amazon Fresh.

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