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Meal-kit maker Dinnerly expands into Perth

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Meal kit business Dinnerly has expanded into Perth, offering chef-made meal plans with locally-sourced fresh ingredients. 

The company is building a fulfilment centre in Bibra Lake and plans to hire locals and partner with new food suppliers from Perth. 

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Dinnerly meal kits are more affordable.

“We’re not only going to bring a new, affordable home dining option to Perth, but also to become a part of the Western Australian community,” said Dinnerly Australia CEO, Rolf Weber. “Throughout the process of setting up these new operations we’ve been able to engage directly with some of the best fresh-produce suppliers in the state, like KB Food Company, TopCut and Baiada.

“Throughout our short history, we’ve developed strong relationships with farmers from around the country and helped hundreds of Australians find work and teach them new skills to take them further in the workplace. We look forward to bringing fresh food to every corner of the state, as well as contributing to the local communities in which we operate.”

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Dinnerly uses locally sourced, fresh ingredients.

Dinnerly also offers Feed-a-Crowd which includes double servings of ingredients at no extra cost. The company said it contains the same amount of food fit for eight people for $3.13 per portion.

The company will expand delivery into the rest of Western Australia throughout this year. 

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