Loblaw partners with Toronto-area restaurants to deliver meal kits to homes
By Canadian PizzaNews Business and Operations Marketing
Toronto – Loblaw is partnering with a handful of Greater Toronto Area restaurants to provide ready-to-make dishes that residents of the Greater Toronto Area can now prepare at home.
Participating local restaurants are Burger’s Priest, La Carnita, Fresh Restaurants, Fat Lamb Kouzina, General Assembly Pizza, Kinton Ramen and Sala Modern Thai. Customers can get contactless, next-day delivery, Wednesday to Saturday, with no commitment and no subscription required, said a news release by Loblaw Companies Limited.
The kits are prepared by the restaurants and come with fresh, pre-portioned ingredients and step-by-step instructions. There are 15 restaurant meals to choose from that vary in size from one to six servings.
The restaurant kits are featured alongside an expanded assortment of PC Chef Meal Kits, which now includes more than 30 new recipes and a variety of cooking formats, such as 15-minute one pan meals, slow-cooker meals and heat-and-serve meals.
The kits are available through pcchef.ca to customers in Toronto, Etobicoke, North York, Scarborough, Mississauga, Brampton, Georgetown, Milton, Caledon, Burlington, Oakville, Vaughan, Richmond Hill, Markham and other communities in the GTA.
“We’re a classic cheeseburger joint and are excited to deliver simplicity and purity to our customers in a new way,” said a spokesperson for Burger’s Priest. “In partnership with PC Chef Meal Kits, our classic cheeseburgers are now available to grill up and dress any way you’d like in the comfort of your own kitchen with a sweet treat for dessert – our delectable chocolate chip cookies.”
“When we had to shut our doors in March, meal kits provided us the opportunity to deliver our street style recipes to our loyal taco enthusiasts,” said LCXO (La Carnita). “Through our partnership we’re able to expand on what we had already started and ensure more people throughout the GTA are able to enjoy the art of Carne Asada and Mexican Street Corn at home.”
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