21st September 2021 By Staff Reporter | email@example.com | @foodtickernz
Meal planning and delivery platform MenuAid has launched in New Zealand following in the footsteps of international platforms E-meals and Whisk.
The subscription service, starting at $4 per week, provides weekly recipes, automatic shopping lists and supermarket delivery options, rather than the ingredients like existing meal kit companies.
The startup was founded by entrepreneur Toby Skilton and nutritionist Elise Hilliam, with chefs Brett McGregor and Helen Jackson enlisted to write the menus.
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