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  • Sainsbury’s launches convenient Slow Cook meals
  • Sainsbury’s launches convenient Slow Cook meals
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Sainsbury’s launches convenient Slow Cook meals

Sainsbury’s has launched a Slow Cook ready meal range, featuring the nation’s all-time favorites like rump joint with redcurrant and rosemary sauce, and apple-flavoured pulled pork. With this new selection of Sunday dinner fare, the supermarket is capitalising on a growing ready meal segment.



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