Hackney,
31
May
2017
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17:54
Europe/London

Healthy Hackney recipe kits are go!

A Hackney social enterprise that produces affordable healthy recipe kits for local residents is launching this week.

The recipe kits, produced by Haggerston-based Make Kit, contain everything needed to make a nutritious meal at home, including pre-measured ingredients and an easy-to-follow recipe. 

Last year, the recipe kits were trialled over three months on the Fellows Court Estate.

Seimone, a local resident who uses the kits, said: “It’s saved me a lot of time with the kids, all the ingredients are there for you instead of you going to the shops."

A family Make Kit starts at £2.64 per person and can be ordered online for two or four people. They can be delivered at home or collected from a local pick-up point.

Make Kit was founded by chef Steve Wilson and Justine Fish, a food businesswoman.

Justine said: "We are really excited to be re-launching across Hackney. Meal kits are a new way of cooking at home and can help you eat healthier and save time and money. However, most recipe kits are out-of-budget for the average UK household. We wanted to create a recipe kit that was affordable and bring these benefits to a more people."

Make Kit is being supported by Hackney Council’s Healthier Hackney Fund, which provides funding and support to groups looking to make Hackney healthier.

Register your interest in the recipe kits at makekitfood.com.

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