Food bag for all allergy sufferers

By on January 4, 2019

Veckansmiddag can offer a food bag that fits just about everyone. They are leading in the country on allergy adaptation of food bag and at present, customers can choose from as many as 361 different variants.

– More and more families have members who are allergic to different foods. For us, it is therefore a matter of course that everyone should be able to take part in the service with a food bag, says Magnus Liljekvist on Veckansmiddag.

The company that was founded in Karlskrona 2009 has invested in option since the start. They saw a need for a food bag that offers something for everyone, regardless of allergy or specific diet. This has led them to be Sweden’s leaders in the optionally of food bag.

361 different variants

Veckansmiddag offers, in addition to allergy-adapted, food bags for specific requests for diet. For example, LCHF, GI, vegan diet, vegetarian (lacto-ovo) and flexitarian (without red and processed meat). They have food bags for two, four and six-person households.

– Our customers can choose between 361 different varieties of food bags and that they can also choose fruit bags, breakfast bags and bread. We offer lactose-free, milk-free, gluten-free, pork-free and fish-free food bag. These can also be combined, says Magnus.

Quality raw materials

In addition to freedom of choice, high quality of raw materials has been the most important for Veckansmiddag. They are investing in offering recipes for easy to prepare dishes of the best ingredients.

– Our ambition is that many of the raw materials should be organic, and that meat and bird are always Swedish as far as possible, continues Magnus.

Delivery Areas

Veckansmiddag today delivers to Blekinge, Skåne, Småland, parts of Halland, Kalmar, Stockholm, Uppsala, Västerås, Norrköping, Södertälje and Linköping with free home delivery. Given the high demand, it is expanding steadily with new areas.

– We are very fond of our customers and want to give them the little extra in personal service. We do this, among other things, because we ourselves largely control and run out the goods that we hand over to the customer, concludes Magnus.

Helena Olofsson, Food & Beverage