Lean Cuisine

Lean Cuisine

About Lean Cuisine

Lean Cuisine is a brand of frozen entres and dinners sold in the United States, Canada, and Australia by Nestle. The brand began as low-fat, low-calorie versions of Stouffer's products. Today, Lean Cuisine includes traditional dinners, ethnic dishes, pizzas, whole-grain Spa Cuisine entres, and panini. The headquarters of Lean Cuisine in the United States is located in Solon, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland. Lean Cuisine was created in 1981 to provide a healthier alternative to Stouffer's frozen meals. It began with ten items and has expanded to include 100+ different meals. The brand name 'Lean Cuisine' is considered by the FDA as a nutrient content claim, so all Lean Cuisine items are required to meet the 'lean' criteria of less than 10 g fat, 4.5 g or less saturated fat, and less than 95 mg cholesterol. Lean Cuisine items are also calorie-controlled, with most items in the 200-300 calorie range, with a minimum of 140 calories and a maximum of 400 calories.

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