This Life: Ready, steady, order

A new service helps people to put together tasty and healthy meals, without compromising on quality, writes Alex Meehan.

12th May, 2012
Ciara O'Hagan with her daughters, Emma and Rhia, and some of the food that goes into Dineasy boxes. Photo: Feargal Ward

Like many busy mums, Ciara O'Hagan often struggled with the demands of holding down a job as well as providing fresh home-cooked meals for her three children every evening.

In fact, it was so much of a challenge that she decided there must be other people out there in the same situation.

With that in mind, she and her husband Peter set up Dineasy at the end of 2011, a home-delivery service based on a...

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