When about to tuck in to a delicious meal, we know that it tastes all the better when it is fresh, locally sourced, nutritious and contains no surprises…
Unlike certain supermarkets, we have nothing to hide and you can definitely be sure that you will be getting neigh miscellaneous meats!
For our Mozzarella Stuffed Beefburgers and Caprese Salad we’ve sourced the beef locally from Tom Hixson at London’s iconic Smithfield Meat Market. These delicious burgers contain only what you put in: beef, mustard, garlic and mozzarella.
Meanwhile, some supermarkets’ horsey quarter pounders contain more ingredients than our entire dish – including the salad!
However, should you enjoy sodium metabisulphite and the all other worrying additives in the supermarket burgers, then by all means saddle up and ride to your local store – we promise won’t look at you with a long face!
But enough of the horse puns.
At Hello Fresh, we pride ourselves in sending you the freshest, locally sourced ingredients so that you can prepare tasty meals that are high in nutritional value.
We even clearly show the calories and nutritional value of each meal you make.
But we don’t really like calorie counting – we feel takes a lot of the fun out of eating! Besides, it doesn’t really give you an accurate measure of a healthy diet, only the amount of energy you are taking in.
For instance, a calorie from a carrot is not the same as calorie from a burger. Natural fat and sugars are miles better for you than saturated fat and artificial additives.
Some foods are too incredibly nutritious to be called merely ‘foods’, and we are including more of these ‘superfoods‘ in our recipes than ever before.
Watch out for supermarket ingredients packed with excessive salt, saturated fat, artificial sugars, colours and preservatives. Food shouldn’t be made to last for decades – our food is truly fresh so you can get the most out of your meal – the clue really is in the name!
This may be why the health conscious Bloggers Go Skinny have featured us on their site.
What do you think of all this horsing around in the meat industry? Does it worry you or is all meat just meat?
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