• The new Dineamic range uses plant-based meat from food tech company Future Farms. Image: Dineamic
    The new Dineamic range uses plant-based meat from food tech company Future Farms. Image: Dineamic
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Meal prep company Dineamic has added plant-based bites to its menu, launching a selection of healthy and sustainable ready-made meals, powered by international food tech company, Future Farm.

Developed to meet the growing demand for plant-based options, Future Farm’s sustainable plant-based proteins are composed of vegan ingredients, free from artificial aromas or colouring, non-GMO and ethically sourced.

Karen Inge, Dineamic founder said the partnership sprouted due to a noticeable increase in customer demand for plant-based meal options.

Dineamic has launched a selection of healthy and sustainable ready-made meals, collaborating with food tech company, Future Farm. Image: Dineamic
Dineamic has launched a selection of healthy and sustainable ready-made meals, collaborating with food tech company, Future Farm. Image: Dineamic

“As a company that has always tried to make healthy eating accessible, regardless of cooking ability or dietary preferences, we felt an instant connection with Future Farm’s ethos and products. We knew immediately they were the right fit for us to launch our selection.

“All of our meals are dietitian and nutritionist approved. We care about our meals, the quality of the ingredients, making them flavoursome and delicious as well as ensuring that you have access to all the nutritional information,” Inge said.

Marcos Leta, Future Farm founder said the partnership was a natural fit, with both companies putting strong emphasis on ingredients that are good for people and the planet.

“Our plants-only ingredients are the best of the best: clean, nourishing and sustainably sourced. What’s more, each fake meat mimics the taste, texture and tenderness of real meat, making them suitable meal options for vegans, vegetarians and flexitarians alike,” Leta said.

Meals available include Pumpkin & Future Mince Bolognese with Ravioli; Harissa Future Meatballs with Vegetable Couscous; and Future Meatballs with Creamy Tomato Sauce and Casarecce.

MasterChef 2021 Winner and Future Farm Ambassador, Justin Narayan also collaborated on the range, creating two meals in the range: Future Mince Sri Lankan Curry with Rice & Broccoli and the Umami Mushroom & Future Mince Stir-Fry with Rice & Green Beans.

“I believe everyone should have healthy, sustainable, delicious foods to choose from, no matter what their dietary preferences are.

“Tapping into the Sri Lankan and Chinese cuisine, I crafted two meals with Future Mince. Because Future Mince tastes just like real mince, I was easily able to bring out the flavours in each. Whether you’re a hardcore vegan or just getting a taste for plant-based products, these meals can be enjoyed by all,” Narayan said.

The Dineamic Future Farm range is available for $11.50 each via the Dineamic website.

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