Alcoeats’ Ready-To-Eat Indian Dishes Launches At Sprouts

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Alcoeats’ Ready-To-Eat Indian Dishes Launches At Sprouts

“Alcoeats is proud to be selling at sprouts. Now, everyday people can become chefs at home with our product offering,” said Adit Agrawal, founder and CEO of Alcoeats.

“Alcoeats is proud to be selling at sprouts. Now, everyday people can become chefs at home with our product offering,” said Adit Agrawal, founder and CEO of Alcoeats.

Bensenville, Illinois-based Alcoeats is launching new flavors of its ready-to-eat Indian dishes at Sprouts grocery stores March 26. With this launch, Alcoeats hopes to empower more people to cook quick Indian meals at home. Sprouts will be carrying Easy Indie Bowls in five flavors: Butter Chicken, Spicy Chicken, Royal Paneer, Butter Paneer and Sautéed Veggies.

 

“Alcoeats is proud to be selling at sprouts. Now, everyday people can become chefs at home with our product offering” said Adit Agrawal, founder and CEO of Alcoeats.

 

The Easy Indie Bowl comes in a 3.5-ounce jar that fits perfectly among your spice rack. The company said that customers can find a mixed recipe ingredients inside each jar that, when added to a handful of ingredients and simmered, become a plate of a popular Indian dish. Made with pure ingredients and no unwanted additives, Alcoeats believes that its products are perfect for those who want to savor a nourishing meal without the time or fuss, who are interested in expanding their palate to try more traditional Southeast Asian recipes.

 

Alcoeats represents Adit Agrawal’s heritage and journey to healthful living. The 26-year-old engineer and entrepreneur struggled with obesity throughout his childhood – facing difficulties with his weight and often bullied for it throughout school. He found recovery in lifestyle changes and a balanced perspective on eating healthy, after he moved from Raipur, India to the U.S.

 

Alcoeats is Agrawal’s way to help others discover the aromatic flavors of his roots that make it convenient to eat well without heavy butters, synthetic ingredients or trans fats.

 

To learn more, visit alcoeats.com.

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