Oodee is the latest meal kit service to enter the market, with founder of restaurant chain Rashays, Rami Ykmour, developing the meal kit range with a same-day delivery service.

All ingredients in Oodee meal kits arrive fresh, rather than pre-cooked, giving consumers the opportunity to cook meals from scratch in a way that aims to ensure no food waste.

“Today, people can order anything online and have it delivered within hours – so why does home-cooked food have to be any different?” said Ykmour.

“During this time, it’s important to react to changing customer demands as more people opt to eat in. Oodee offers a fast, convenient way for time-poor families to cook restaurant-quality meals at home.”

“I’m also very proud to have a product that is supporting local farmers at a time when they need it most by using their amazing fresh produce and continuing to provide high quality meals to Australians.”

There are more than 50 meals to choose from in the Oodee meal kit range, including Rashays’ Creamy Chicken Fettuccine and a light chicken stir-fry.

All meal kits are ready chopped, pre-packed and delivered by 5pm on the same day (if ordered before 11am to the Sydney metro area).

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