Introducing our dedicated range of texture modified dishes, individually created for people with dysphagia
Dysphagia is a medical term for swallowing difficulties, which may appear short-term or ongoing. This range of products has been developed specifically for this growing need and made to the highest safety standards giving you total reassurance, everytime.
Each meal complies with IDDSI textures ensuring you can prepare them safely and with the peace of mind that each one has consistency in nutritional content allowing you to easily control calorie intake. But that’s not all, made to home cooked standards these authentic and tasty meals are full of flavour plus they are perfect for any meal occasion throughout the whole day!
Start the day with a hearty all day breakfast consisting of sausages with scrambled egg rich in tomato sauce and baked beans
With a mix of 46 delicious dishes made across level 4, 5 and 6 IDDSI textures (including mixed cases) there's plenty to choose from to keep your menu selection varied and interesting
These dishes do not contain any of the 14 allergens imposed by the The Food Information Regulation
A mix of hot and cold desserts, simple to prepare and simple to serve all made with classic flavours which everyone will enjoy!
Pick the perfect plate or bowl to serve your dish. Made from either melamine or ceramic to suit your needs both are highly durable meaning they will stand the test of time
It’s not just adults who suffer from dysphagia, children also suffer from the illness too. And for children, it is even more imperative that they are getting the nutrients they need to grow and develop. Our new Simply Puree junior range is made to home cooked standards providing authentic and tasty meals that are full of flavour.
We understand how providing meal solutions for people with dysphagia is very important to you and with this range being fully compliant with IDDSI textures it will take away the hassle to do this in your own kitchen by giving you the freedom to serve up a range of delicious foods. To find out more about IDDSI standards, safely feeding people with dysphagia, and how we can help you with your care home and hospital needs simply click here to visit our dysphagia pages.