Thursday August 13, 2020

Bite Size

LA story leads to nutritionary innovation

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

2nd May, 2015
Robert and Emma Buckley of Gourmet Fuel. Picture: Maura Hickey

During her six years living and working in Los Angeles, Emma Buckley saw every diet trend you can imagine – from Atkins and paleo to low fat and high fibre – come and go. She was also there when companies such as Jennie Craig, which deliver calorie-counted meals to people trying to lose weight, were launched.

“They were incredibly popular, and achieved great results,” she says. “When I came back to Ireland, I thought there...

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