Level 4 - Puréed Meals

Our Level 4 Pureed Meals, once cooked, can be eaten with a spoon or fork, and does not require chewing. The ingredients have no lumps and is consistently smooth in texture however it can hold its shape on a spoon, and it cannot be drunk or sucked through a straw. If you are not sure what level you require please consult a healthcare professional.

The range includes breakfast options, lighter bites, mini and main meals including allergen aware meals, as well as hot and cold desserts.

Our Made For You range of dishes give you the freedom to be as independent as possible, ensuring that you can enjoy mealtimes safely

Our Level 4 Puréed meals include breakfast options, lighter bites, mini-meals, main meals including allergen aware meals, as well as hot and cold desserts.

 Our Made For You range features 80 dishes suitable for a Level 4 Puréed, Level 5 Minced & Moist and Level 6 Soft & Bite-Sized diet. We offer a great choice, ensuring there is something for everyone.

Our range of meals are made to home-cooked standards, are tasty, and full of flavour. All our Made For You meals comply with IDDSI guidelines for texture, ensuring anyone can prepare each meal safely and with peace of mind.

 

We deliver 15,000+ delicious ready meals every single week.

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Level 4

Puréed
Meals

Our Level 4 dishes are puréed and smooth with a consistent texture. As well as being packed full of flavour.

Level 5

Minced & Moist Meals

Our Level 5 Minced &Moist meals require minimal chewing but come with a more varied texture.

Level 6

Soft &
Bite-Sized Meals

Our Level 6 Soft and Bite-Sized meals are suitable for anyone who enjoys their meals a little more tender and easier to chew.

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