Grace Foods has launched a Caribbean street food range into Tesco.
It would offer customers ”authentic” ingredients, including “signature jerk seasoning sourced directly from trusted island growers”, it said.
All products are suitable for vegans and follow a five-step process to get them ready to serve in under 25 minutes.
Grace Foods cited 2021 Mintel data, which revealed that nearly half (49%) of Brits would like to try Caribbean cuisine at home.
“This is a significant and exciting opportunity for us to introduce authentic, traditional and flavourful Caribbean meal solutions to a new consumer audience”, said Grace Foods brand manager Giuseppe Vullo.
“We’re excited to continue building awareness of Caribbean food in the UK market, providing a delicious and easy-to-use range inspired by classic island favourites”, he added.
It follows a raft of NPD in the meal kits category over recent months.
Last month, Nestlé unveiled its Middle Eastern-inspired meal kit brand, Mezeast.
In March, Old El Paso launched its Fajita Melt kit, billed as a “delicious, toasted tortilla filled with various deli ingredients and topped with a creamy cheese sauce”.