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Studholme's gourmet meals

Delicious heat and eat meals

Studholme takehome meals Prime Foods NZ markets the Studholme brand of marinated salmon, it comes in three variants:– Japanese Style, Classic French Style and Vietnamese Style.

They are made from fresh (not smoked) portions of salmon which are cured in the pouch by the marinade. They are ready to eat from the pouch and can be served in a great many ways (They give you an information sheet). You are encouraged to use the marinade as an intricate part of these dishes. The marinade makes a delicious dressing that can be added to whatever dish is being prepared, like salad or rice dishes - it enhances the flavour of the salmon portion of the dish. Check out Prime Smoke as well for Prime's smoked salmon. Mouthwateringly good.

Studholme also markets 100% Fat Free Studholme Apple Crisps which is a healthy snack: 100% natural, and deliciously crispy.

And that's not all! Their delicious "heat and eat" meals are ideal for the great outdoors. It's fantastic that these meals actually have a 12 month shelf life with no refrigeration needed, just brilliant for camping holidays or for to just pull from the pantry when you are at a loose end for a gourmet meal you can prepare in just three minutes! There are no preservatives and no added MSG.
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