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Nestlé Introduces New Life Cuisine to feed modern ways of eating well

Nestlé Life Cuisine
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SOLON, Ohio, U.S. — Nestlé is introducing Life Cuisine, an new brand delivering meal solutions that match the consumer’s approach to eating well. Over the years, the definition of wellness has evolved from calorie-conscious eating to a more holistic approach that extends well beyond just what’s on your plate.

Once-niche dietary trends like gluten free and meatless meals have also become more mainstream. This new dynamic has inspired people to learn more about different foods, seek more specific product attributes and balance their lifestyles.

New Life Cuisine from Nestlé answers that call with a variety of nutritious options catering to four consumer preferences: low carb lifestyle, high protein, meatless and gluten free. Made with protein, vegetables and whole grains, these recipes offer a convenient way to explore new cuisines and global flavors.

“Eating well is no longer ‘one-size-fits-all,’ so our offerings can’t be either,” said John Carmichael, President, Nestlé Foods Division. “As needs evolve and expand, our team of culinary experts and nutritionists works in lockstep to deliver contemporary meals made for these emerging food lifestyles, from gluten free to meatless and beyond.”

New Life Cuisine features in-demand combinations to feed your day, your way

Life Cuisine offers 15 flavorful recipes – including layered bowls, cauliflower-crust pizzas and sous vide egg bites. From high-protein breakfasts to low-carb lifestyle snacks and gluten-free pizzas, Life Cuisine offers something for any time of day. Consumers can choose from a variety of thoughtfully created options offering a full cup of vegetables, two or more essential nutrients, high protein, high fiber and more.

“We heard from consumers that they want meals that fit their personal definitions of wellness without compromising on taste or satisfaction,” said Rhonda Richardson, registered dietitian and nutrition communication manager at Nestlé. “They asked for delicious recipes with more protein, vegetables and ingredients that allow them to eat well, their way.”