Hello! We’re Love Food.
And we’re here to shake up the public’s preconceptions about ready meals by creating a product that you can love and trust.
By making delicious frozen meals made of 100% flavour and 0% nasties. We started in a humble kitchen with nothing but a pair of hands and a mission, and now that mission is growing nationwide and we have stockists all across the UK!
We felt that the UK frozen ready meal market was generally full of limited choice, poor quality ingredients and was largely uninspired... But we’re here to change all that.
Our ethos is to make high quality meals which provide all of the nutrition and flavour of a home cooked meal, but with the convenience required for busy lifestyles.
We use as many locally sourced ingredients as possible and believe in good food and honesty, so you won’t find any artificial or chemical additions to our meals, just delicious food made with the same ingredients you would find in your own kitchen cupboard.
Sussex produce you will find in our meals:
- Bookhams Dairy (Sussex Charmer Cheese, Twineham Grange Cheese)
- Lancing College
(Pork and Lamb)
- Springs Smoked Salmon
- High Weald Dairy
(Ashdown Foresters Smoked Cheese)
- Goodwood Estate
- Firebird Brewing Company
There's something utterly personal about having somebody make you something.
Whether it’s handmade furniture or handmade cakes, knowing that your product has been made by another human, and not a machine just makes it that much more special.
It creates a connection, and connections are something we feel passionately about. Our products are made by our very talented chefs who make all of our products to the same quality and standard that you would find in a restaurant. The only difference is that we use much, much bigger pans and freeze it straight after. Each of our meals are made in small batches which enables us to ensure that our meals are always consistently delicious!
To keep things fresh! There are a lot of negative connotations and preconceptions surrounding frozen food, but many of these are incorrect.
To freeze something is to simply preserve it without chemicals and in a way that bacteria cannot grow. With the advance of today's technology we are able to freeze food so quickly that when the ice crystals form, they are very small and cause very little damage to the cellular walls of the ingredients used.
Food frozen straight away after production is often in better condition when defrosted than fresh food which has longer to deteriorate before consumption.