Wagamama launches new cook at home range

All profits in the first year will be donated to mental health charity partner YoungMinds.

Wagamama announced the launch of a new cook at home range.

The chain said the new range, done with All About Food, was inspired by the “overwhelmingly positive” fan response to its cooking series Wok From Home, hosted by global executive chef Steve Mangelshot. The launched on social media in April 2020.

The launch also sees some of the chain’s flavours hit supermarket shelves for the first time ever including: three meal kits (katsu curry, pad thai, chicken ramen), three stir fry sauces (teriyaki, firecracker and pad thai) and two curry pastes (katsu and raisukaree).

The meal kits, pastes and sauces will be available at Waitrose from June 7 and will be followed by Morrisons (June 8), Sainsbury’s (June 16), Tesco’s (June 29) and Ocado (July 5).

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