Hello Hungry is on a mission to provide healthy food solutions for office people. They offer essential liquid meals for survival in the office jungle.
Sounds funky doesn’t it?
When you think about it, they are right. How many times did you go to work but couldn’t find the time for lunch or your meeting over-ran and you had to skip lunch all together?
Hello Hungry liquid meals are the perfect solution to staying well fed in a busy office environment.
Hello Hungry offers three liquid meals which not only have a great taste but also take care of your vision, brain and heart. They are made from buckwheat, fruit and vegetables with the addition of DHA Omega-3; they provide a balanced nutrition and are easily digestible.
While many people think that buckwheat is a cereal grain, it is actually a fruit seed that is related to rhubarb and sorrel making it a suitable substitute for grains for people who are sensitive to wheat or other grains that contain protein glutens.* Buckwheat contains a number of essential vitamins and minerals your body needs for good health, including B vitamins, folic acid, copper and zinc.
At present you can pick your Hello Hungry liquid meals in three delicious flavours:
All Hello Hungry liquid meals are:
- Vegan friendly
- Lactose free
- Gluten free
- Low in fat
- Contain no GMO
- Contain no added sugar
Whichever way you look at them, they are simply good for you!
Currently Hello Hungry are running a crowdfunding campaign. You can order your liquid meals in advance and they will be delivered next month.
I was very fortunate to receive an advanced Office Survival Kit containing one each of the three flavours. This early bird pack is priced at $13 which includes free delivery to USA, UK and Lithuania. This is just a “baby” pack… the more you buy, the lower the price.
I love the idea of Hello Hungry liquid meals. I don’t work in an office… oh, ok I do but my office is conveniently placed on the first floor of my house so I have easy access to food all day long, but Mark is an office worker and I am convinced that he sure could make use of a liquid meal from time to time, especially on those days when things are totally out of control (which actually seems to be most days).
Is it something you would consider buying for yourself or your OH?