Why RCG! bags?

The statistics are clear. Eating freshly prepared meals cooked at home is better for families and better for your health. 79% of Americans say they enjoy cooking and 30% say they love it. Even with these statistics, many people don’t cook often or at all. Why is that? Well, when many of us think of cooking, we often think of all of the time and effort that’s involved.

  • Cooking takes planning. You need to know what you want to cook and have all of the ingredients on hand and ready.
  • Cooking takes the right mindset. You need to cut, chop, peel, grate, and measure your ingredients, which is tedious and time-consuming.
  • Cooking takes patience. Many recipes take over an hour to finish and require you to monitor the food as it cooks.
  • Cooking takes dedication. Once your meal is ready, you won’t be shocked to find a mound of dirty dishes, pans, and cutting boards piling in your kitchen sink.

They don’t call cooking a labor of love for nothing. With all of those hassles, is it really surprising that so many of us, with our busy and tiring lives, opt for fast food, take out, processed foods, and far less-healthy, but far more convenient options? What if it doesn’t have to be that way?

No food prep, no wait, and no clean up.

Once you have your bagged meal, the only step you have to do is put the bag in your microwave or oven and your fresh meal will be ready in as little as 3 minutes. That’s it! The results are so amazing that you won’t believe you cooked a meal that good in your microwave! If microwaves aren’t your thing, put the bag in the oven for the same outstanding results, although it will take longer.

“I have cooked full meals in these steam pouches: fish, vegetables, and even chicken for salads! I love that the pouches use natural juices (or sauce if added) to cook the foods in a healthy way. I also really appreciate the added bonus of an easy post-dinner clean up! With three kids and one on the way, anything that makes life easier and helps manage my time is a staple product in our home.”

Arobohm, Roseville, CA


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