Marley Spoon launched its meal kit service in Tasmania on Wednesday, making it the first service of its kind available on the Australian island state.
The delivery service will initially cover the greater Hobart and Launceston areas, but Marley Spoon said it will expand to more locations throughout the state in the near future.
“Tasmania is known as one of Australia’s premier food destinations, but now locals can benefit from having some of the best produce delivered straight to their doors,” Marley Spoon Australia managing director and co-founder Rolf Weber said on Wednesday.
“We’re excited to bring stress-free, delicious and sustainable cooking to even more Aussie households.”
Woolworths announced a strategic partnership with the meal kit company last month, along with a $30.05 million investment.
The meal kit service launched in Australia in 2015 and is available nationally. Customers in Tasmania can pre-order their boxes from today, with the first deliveries to take place on August 5.