Real Good Foods announces the launch of Grande Enchiladas. These enchiladas are the first ever low-carb, high-protein enchilada to hit the frozen food aisle. Instead of using processed flours loaded with carbs, Real Good Foods uses all-natural, antibiotic free chicken breast as the tortilla shells. This creates a balanced macro-nutrient profile; only 2g of net carbs, 20g of protein and 100% grain free.
From Banza chickpea pasta, zoodles, cauliflower rice and more, your favorite on-trend ingredients are about to hit the freezer aisle. Life Cuisine, the newest brand from Nestlé, is introducing 10 new gluten-free and meatless offerings available this June.
Real Good Foods is introducing the first ever low-carb, high protein Lasagna. Made with real, nutritious ingredients, the brand went beyond using low-carb noodles filled with artificial ingredients, instead using thinly sliced chicken lasagna noodle – and the best part, it tastes just like traditional lasagna. It's packed with 32g of protein and only 11g of net carbs, a great option for those looking to maintain a healthy diet. Traditional lasagna entrees have upwards of 50g of carbs per serving, added sugars and offer very little nutritional value.
Frozen meals include bowls, pizzas, egg bites and more for low-carb, high-protein, meatless and gluten free diets.
May 22, 2020
Nestlé introduces Life Cuisine, a new brand delivering meal solutions that match consumer approaches to eating well. Over the years, the definition of wellness has evolved from calorie-conscious eating to a more holistic approach that extends well beyond just what’s on the plate. Once-niche dietary trends like gluten-free and meatless meals have also become more mainstream. This new dynamic has inspired people to learn more about different foods, seek more specific product attributes and balance their lifestyles.
Melissa's Produce introduces Jicama Wraps--a healthy alternative to corn or flour tortillas. Sliced paper thin and sold in a shelf-stable package of six, these fat-free wraps are only 8 calories apiece, with less than 2 grams of carbohydrates. In comparison, a corn tortilla typically has 50-60 calories and quadruple the carbs; a medium-size flour tortilla contains 94 calories.