Complete foods in a more familiar form are much needed in order to make the concept of complete food more mainstream.
Queal took a shot at mainstream adoption with there 'Ready' instant oatmeal. Obviously, it has added complete food.
And as much as I like the idea of instant oatmeal I'm not super down with the outcome of this product. It just does not come close to the oatmeal + complete food that I make myself.
I think it has to do with the added flavors. In my experience oatmeal is supposed to taste quite neutral, with very subtle hints of cinnamon, lemon zest or honey. Just a hint of it is enough the create the right flavors.
But as wel all know, debating tastes is an endless path without a solid conclusion.
Bottom line: great move by Queal, perhaps make a neutral version and let people add there own flavors?
Thnx for watching & reading. Peace!
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