TV dinner

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a meal that is prepared in advance and frozen

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Hungry-Man was the only frozen dinner I ate when I was a kid," Ives said.
The jail is so small, that the police department staff is responsible for preparing meals - frozen dinners served with slices of bread.
The biggest innovation came with the idea of offering entire frozen dinners.
Pinnacle produces a number of consumer brands including Hungry Man and Swanson frozen dinners, Aunt Jemima breakfast foods, Celeste pizza, and Van de Kamp's and Mrs Paul's seafood.
While different brands of processed products, such as bacon, sausage, deli meats, hot dogs and frozen dinners, may appear extremely similar, the sodium content often varies widely from brand to brand, according to a 2005 analysis by CSPI.
The Meals With Care service drivers deliver frozen dinners to pensioners.
producer of gourmet frozen dinners that is seeking to increase its national profile and market presence.
For your health and that of the planet, make frozen dinners an occasional convenience, not a habit; buying frozen organic dinners won't make the world greener.
whose brands include Lender's bagels, Swanson frozen dinners and Log Cabin syrup.
Offerings such as Yoplait Nouriche smoothies and Healthy Choice Flavor Adventures frozen dinners were popular as they allowed consumers to "manage weight but still enjoy flavor.
This report reflects four core categories, including frozen dinners and entrees, food bars, meal replacement liquids and powders and diet candy.
Lunch items include tuna, sandwich meats and bread, while supper products include Lean Cuisine frozen dinners.
The Yang Sing, opened by Hong Kong chef Tim Kwan Yeung in 1977, has spawned a range of frozen dinners which parent company McDonald Yang hopes will appeal to upmarket shoppers.
Manchester's Yang Sing, opened by Hong Kong chef Tim Kwan Yeung in 1977, has spawned a range of frozen dinners which parent company McDonald Yang hopes will appeal to up market shoppers.