HelloFresh says hi to Darwin

Friday, 03 February, 2017

HelloFresh says hi to Darwin

Cook-at-home meal kit delivery service HelloFresh has expanded to the Northern Territory, with orders for Darwin and its surrounding areas now available.

Headed by former MasterChef contestant Tom Rutledge, HelloFresh launched in Australia in 2012 and is now available in NSW, ACT, Vic, Qld, SA and NT.

The first of its kind to arrive in Darwin, the service delivers quick and healthy recipes with all the required ingredients — including preportioned fresh meat, dairy, fruit, vegetables and spices — to homes once a week. Home cooks need to provide some basic pantry items such as oils, flours and condiments, but everything else is in the boxes.

Rutledge says the meal kit concept means people don’t need to buy a whole jar of something like capers or a spice they won’t use.

“It cuts down on food waste. The average Australian throws out around $1036 of food per year,” he said.

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