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DALLAS — A line of frozen meals that caters to the nutrition needs of people living with diabetes has arrived at stores nationwide.
Meals to Live offers diabetics a variety of nutritious, convenient entrees in easy-to-read packaging that clearly displays relevant nutritional information on the front of the products. The line now is available at select locations of Walgreens, Randall's/Tom Thumb, Raley's, Brookshire's, Ralph's, Sprouts and Publix.
"After working with a number of diabetes support groups, I saw first-hand the frustrations these individuals face every day as they try to adhere to certain nutritional requirements and I was surprised to learn that there is nothing in the grocer's freezer specifically for them," Meals to Live founder and CEO Cole Egger said. "Our meals provide a delicious, convenient alternative while meeting the nutritional needs of those living with diabetes, or anyone looking for flavorful, healthy meals."
Suggested retail price for entrees ranges from $3.99 to $4.99.