Our factory is MPI registered to manufacture on a national scale, we produce our products under the strictest of health guidelines. We have a zero contact policy with NZ Couriers so no need for signatures your order will be left at your door.
Your Meals once popped in the microwave will be ready to eat in under 3 minutes. No meal prep! no dishes! You can eat your meals fresh as they last up to 8-10 days in your fridge or they can last up to 3 months in the Freezer!
Pad Thai is perhaps the #1 order at your local Thai restaurant, a stir fried noodle dish typically found at at a local street food vendor in Thailand. With crunchy bean sprouts and spring onion together with our delicate braised chicken on a bed of tender rice noodles, a drizzle of our specially crafted Pad Thai sauce and a little squeeze of lemon and you’re set off on your next Asian adventure.
Holy Smokey Hoki! A fillet of fresh NZ fish, prepared by our chefs with a dash of paprika and a solid dose of herbs. We tried to capture a classic kiwi tradition of simply flavored fish, served with a classic beach trip rice salad, and a homemade tartar sauce. Dig into this one and you’ll feel like you’re back in the Coromandel at mid-summer dinner time.
Ingredients: Fish(35%), rice salad(rice, capsicum, carrots, red onions, spring onions, sultanas, maple lime dressing (olive oil, mustard, maple syrup, lime juice), broccoli, TFC dressing(contains egg)(egg yolk, vinegar, canola oil, gherkins, whole grain mustard, seasoning).
Tender roast chicken with flavours that will bring back memories of a family Sunday roast any day of the week. Paired with our roast potato, kumara mix and peas with carrots to give it a classic kiwi feel, finished with our special gravy to finish it all off. All this is only minutes away from the fridge not hours, so enjoy.
Ever feel like you’re missing grandma’s cooking, but don’t have a way of getting any? Our slow roasted pork shoulder with creamy mash, steamed peas and carrots, and homemade gravy, ought to bring you right back to that comfort that always came with dinner at grandma's house.