IF IT DOESN'T EXCITE US, WE DON'T MAKE IT
We bring recipes inspired by the best food from around the world. We don’t ever settle for something that doesn’t excite.
We take the best possible ingredients, carefully prepare them and then quickly freeze them when they’re at their peak. How else would we create great food?
ONLY THE BEST
INGREDIENTS WILL DO
We use sustainable and in-season produce wherever we can. Our chicken is British and Red Tractor assured, and our fish and prawns are sustainably sourced. All to keep our meals as true and tasty as possible.
FROZEN. BECAUSE IT'S NATURE'S
WAY OF PRESERVING FOOD
Freezing is nature’s preservative. It’s the most natural way of keeping food at its best because there’s no need for artificial colours, flavours or additives. And compared to products that contain these nasties, frozen food stays fresher for longer.
We quickly freeze our raw ingredients when they’re at their freshest, before preparing and hand finishing each dish in the kitchen, ready for you to put in the oven. Think of it as a home-cooked meal you’ve prepared from scratch, but without the effort, time and stress.
WHAT INSPIRES US
We created BOXED to prove that a frozen dinner can be natural and taste delicious every time. That comes down to making each meal as true and authentic as it can possibly be.
Whether that's working with native North Indian chefs to come up with the perfect spice combinations, or sourcing the freshest fish, caught and frozen within a matter of hours.
BEHIND THE SCENES
Behind every BOXED meal is a kitchen full of skilled chefs. They write the recipe, come up with the twist and prepare each dish by hand, before freezing to box in all the goodness. Then it's up to you to cook, serve and take all the compliments.
THERE'S NO NEED TO WASTE
Our tray and sleeve packaging is recyclable and sustainably sourced, and there’s just enough to keep your meal in perfect condition.
In fact, the paperboard we use is sustainable in every way. It’s made using sustainable forestry, and an eco-friendly production process largely powered by bioenergy.