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Marley Spoon serves up brunch for consumers in lockdown

With consumers confined to their homes and cafes unable to serve up breakfast during the nationwide lockdown, meal kit delivery service Marley Spoon is launching a range of cafe-style brunch options to fill the gap in the market.

Starting May 4, Marley Spoon will launch the Zero-Stress Breakfast Bag, which contains three mornings’ worth of breakfast consisting of two different options. Each bag also features three serves of muesli, yoghurt and fresh seasonal fruits.

There will be two brunch options to choose from each week such as Avocado and Goats Cheese Toast with Radish, Seeds and Greens; Brunch Pumpkin Baked Beans with Chorizo and Flatbread or Brunch Haloumi Toast with Mushrooms and Thyme-Roast Tomato.

While the service was already in the works and set to launch at this time, Marley Spoon said the new options will allow shoppers to enjoy brunch at home without having to venture out unnecessarily.

“The additional options opens up new personalisation options for customers and allows more Australians to enjoy the benefits of eating healthy meals at home without needing to buy all the ingredients in the supermarket,” the company said in a statement.

Marley Spoon’s lower-cost service Dinnerly will offer a special Mother’s Day breakfast-in-bed pack containing Chocolate and Caramelised Pear Hotcakes with Maple Yoghurt.

Dinnerly has expanded its weekly menu to 20 options each week, including vegetarian, healthy and kid-friendly meals.

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