Superb student meals!
MTR Foods - Superb Student Meals

Students of all ages love a quick tasty meal, especially when preparing for exams.

Whether it be university students cramming for calculus or high school kids hitting the history books, our Ready To Eat meals tick all the relevant boxes. Here’s why:

Firstly, when studying you often don’t want to break your train of concentration, so cooking a roast is out of the question. Most students turn to something that can be whipped up quickly. What’s quicker than heating our meals for two minutes in a microwave? Not much, maybe a Peregrine falcon (by that we mean its flight speed, not the time to heat it in a microwave… and in case any of you biology students were wondering – the Peregrine is renowned for its speed, reaching over 322 km/h during its high speed hunting dive, making it the fastest member of the animal kingdom!)

Secondly, our meals are extremely convenient, you don’t need to refrigerate them, you can easily keep a stack in your backpack… a swag in your bag… a heap in your desk (What? You try and rhyme something with desk). You don’t need a can opener or a whole heap of cooking gear, just put it in a bowl and heat in a microwave for a few minutes. Easy as pie. Actually, easier than pie.

Thirdly, many students are renowned for being terrible cooks. Well not with MTR Foods Ready To Eat meals! Because it’s so simple, you can’t really go wrong. All the hard work of creating delicious flavours has been done for you, all you need to do is heat it up and serve (and hide the packaging if you’re trying to impress the flatmates with your newly found cooking skills).

Finally, our meals are extremely affordable and get you the nutrition you need. So stop force feeding yourself two minute noodles, and start dining out on our mouth-watering meals.

Look out for MTR Foods Ready To Eat meals in the “International” or “Gluten free” section of your supermarket, and stock up those barren pantries.

About Ryan Astle

Ryan loves food. He is known for his large appetite, and whilst travelling in Fiji got the nickname "The one that eats". As an explorer of the great outdoors, Ryan can of... View all posts by Ryan Astle

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