Tesco launches new cuisine range that has left shoppers 'dying to try it'

Tesco has launched a new range
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Tesco supermarkets are soon to be tantalising taste buds, with the imminent launch of a deliciously Greek-inspired food range. For many holiday-goers, experiencing local cuisine is a highlight which often spurs cravings upon their return.

To satisfy these desires, Tesco is now bringing the Mediterranean home with its latest dish offerings.

Shoppers can expect to find Greek staples like spiced lamb koftas, Gyros style pork and chicken, halloumi skewers, pastitsio, moussaka, chicken with feta and olives, meatballs with orzo, seasoned fries, giant beans, dolmandes, hummus, tzatziki, olives, and flatbreads, courtesy of The Real Greek. Prices for these tantalising foods range from £2.25 to £7 per item.

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The Real Greek itself was created by chef Theodore Kyriakou and is part of the Fulham Shore company, who also own popular pizza chain Franco Manca. With 27 locations across the UK, The Real Greek offers dishes that encapsulate the diverse influences shaping modern Greek cuisine.

Anticipation is already building as food enthusiasts have spotted the distinctive blue and white packaging in stores, and shared their excitement online, reports the Mirror.

When New Foods UK posted images on social media of the fresh stock in a Tesco supermarket, interested followers swiftly swarmed to comment. One satisfied customer exclaimed: "The meatballs with orzo meal is amazing! " Others expressed eagerness to taste "all of them", with plans to enjoy the variety during their "next Bridgerton night".

Instagram user @bigdaddybsfood recently posted a video of stocked shelves full of the new products, racking up over 1,000 likes.

One shopper commented: "Seen them in my store, dying to try them."

Another enthused about the quality, posting: "The moussaka is sooooo good," However, some customers labelled the meals as "overpriced", with one adding they would "rather go to a Greek restaurant".