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by Easy Home Chef
Posted: Monday, July 17, 2017 at 9:05AM EDT

Easy Home Chef is responding to a need for produce wholesalers to add value to the products and packing services they sell to food service and retailers.

The company’s flagship Easy Thai Chef line of Thai cooking kits provides a turnkey system and components that include single-use portions of seasoning sauces and condiments, and all the packaging materials required. Co-packer distributors add the fresh herbs and vegetables, and seal the kits using the EHC’s proprietary heat sealer.

The products’ outer sleeves have step-by-step instructions on the back, while the front includes a window that displays the fresh ingredients. Each compartment is individually sealed, so the amount of packaging used is minimal, which overcomes a frequent objection to the home delivery meal kit model.  

With a suggested retail price of $11.95, each kit serves two, and can be prepared in 30 minutes or less. Step-by-step how-to videos can be seen at www.easythaichef.com.

Animal proteins are purchased separately, providing retailers with opportunities for cross selling items that cooks often wish to select themselves, such as chicken and shrimp. 

All kits are gluten and dairy free, and the line includes six Thai favorites. The company believes that health-conscious Americans will welcome ready-to-make Asian specialties that feature rice or rice noodles as the primary source of carbohydrate.  

For more information email info@easyhomechef.com

Source: Easy Home Chef

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