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May 2, 2008
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As a busy mother of three, entrepreneur Gemma Michalski noticed a gap in the market for high quality convenience ready-prepared meals in Germany. She established Yes Please Foods to introduce a line of nutritious dishes featuring tasty and unusual recipes, made without preservatives or additives. The company’s first products are a range of soups designed by Ursula Heinzelmann, one of the country’s best-known chefs. The soups are packaged in injection-molded polypropylene containers from RPC Group (www.rpc-blackburn.co.uk) that sport quirky eye-catching labels created by London agency Williams Murray Hamm and featuring the artwork of illustrator Martin Haake.

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