Agribusiness SPC’s The Good Meal Company subsidiary has launched its home delivery service of home-style cooked meals in the Tasmanian market.
The Company has over two decades supplying public hospitals and will now offer home meal delivery service to Tasmanians in need including NDIS participants and Home Care clients.
The Good Meal Company, acquired by SPC in 2020, will give Tasmanians access high-quality, snap-frozen prepared meals at home.
SPC CEO Robert Giles said: “We are looking forward to introducing Tasmanians to The Good Meal Company’s convenient and nutritious meal options that are made here in Australia with high-quality produce.
“The launch will help us to continue to grow our health and aged care sector offering which already has a strong base through our SPC ProVital brand.”
The Company has a range of clients including NDIS, health services, aged care providers, Meals on Wheels and other foodservice clients.
Its website lists meals such as German-style Jaegerschnitzel with creamy mushroom sauce (pictured) for $10.90.
Other choices include bangers and mash, beef bourguignon, pesto chicken with penne, crumbed fish fillets and butter chicken.
SPC, the country’s number one producer of packaged fruit, is reinventing itself as a diversified agribusiness based on Australian produce.
Picture: The Good Meal Company
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