In sci-fi shows and movies, we often seen food displayed in unique form factors and strange new combinations. Squareat looks like one of those futuristic meals, with rounded squares of food that are minimally processed, yet promise to be long lasting and absurdly easy to prepare.
Available in dozens of flavors, proteins, and ingredients, their concept is aimed at places like schools, hospitals, gyms and for home meal kits, where preparation needs to be minimal and speed is desired.
From Mediterranean meal boxes to plant based options, you can learn more about this novel food concept on the Squareat website.
“Through an innovative process that relies on low-temperature cooking and thermal shocking, they transform raw ingredients into all-natural 50g squares that last up to three weeks without any additives.”
We appreciate your feedback! We agree more plastic waste is not the option.
So, instead of buying rice in bulk, storing it in the cupboard for YEARS and cooking it for 10 minutes while you do something else, you order an individual square of mushed substance that comes in a fridge bag and that spoils after 3 months in the freezer, microwave it, peel the plastic off and then fry it again in a pan, which probably takes the same amount of time plus you have to monitor it?
That is a) inconvenient, b) ridiculously expensive and c) SO. MUCH. TRASH.
The future is square.