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Not your grandma’s TV dinners

Quick meals found in the frozen aisle or center store are worthy of today’s sophisticated and healthful binge-watchers

For years, frozen dinners and microwavable entrees have had a bad reputation, thanks to their sodium-rich content and second-class sides. As a result, sales of these meals have seen declines. But packaged food companies sensing an increased emphasis on convenience — partnered with a concern for healthful and sustainable ingredients — have started delivering meals that are quick to create and fit into the conscientious consumer’s diet.

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