Translation of convenience food in Spanish:

convenience food

comida de preparación rápida, n.

noun

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    comida de preparación rápida feminine
    • Apart from being a bit weird, this is textbook product innovation and a real sign of vitality in the sector but would you launch a new convenience food in the middle of a war?
    • As I hadn't eaten since breakfast, I decided to look for a stall selling convenience food, such as a hamburger or a pizza.
    • A lot of convenience food is going to contain fat, salt and sugar and I would always urge people to prepare their own meals using fresh ingredients, which is the only way to be entirely sure what is in your food.
    • We need to look at everything - the fat and sugar content of convenience food and get the exercise message across.
    • And convenience food, something prepared is often three to 400 times what the ingredients cost if you go buy them at the store.
    • More convenience food than ever is being bought in this country, but thanks to the fantasy, it is being bought not with a sense of liberation but guilt.
    • The family horseradish patch provided his first convenience food; his horseradish was offered for sale, scrubbed and scraped or grated in vinegar, in clear glass bottles which revealed the purity of the product.
    • "Changing lifestyles, rising income and the spread of the supermarket in place of wet markets have all led to a boom of packaged food and convenience food in China, " the council said.
    • Bolton health visitors are blaming it on the sugary snacks and convenience food they eat.
    • Our stated mission is to be the premier consumer products company in the world, focused primarily on convenience food and beverages.
    • An early convenience food developed two centuries ago for Leicestershire huntsmen to carry in their saddlebags is at the centre of a meaty dispute.
    • The ritual of coming together to prepare and share a meal, once held sacred by families, was replaced with convenience food popped in the microwave, to be eaten on the run or in front of the television.
    • The pasty was a convenience food of the mining town of Cornwall.
    • As a convenience food for human beings, however, with slick marketing and the halo of a health food, soy is worth billions.
    • What do you think about the proliferation of ready meals, takeaways and convenience food?
    • I have written a lot of cookbooks and they don't use convenience products, unless you consider canned tomatoes convenience food.
    • Our market research has shown that there is growing demand for healthy convenience food in Ireland.
    • Changing social demographics, including a younger age profile, the rise of single homes and a ‘new’ working population, mean that more consumers are looking for healthy convenience food.
    • Where they were a rarity, fast food outlets are now prevalent and convenience food is the preferred easy option to fit in with our busy lifestyles.
    • Clearly, many vegetarians live off diets of convenience food and this is incredibly unhealthy.