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History of Lean Cuisine

Since their introduction in 1981, Lean Cuisine products have offered consumers a healthy alternative to the traditional frozen food products found in most supermarkets. This healthy alternative has created a loyal legion of fans that purchase over $30,000,000 worth of Lean Cuisine products annually.

People who enjoy eating Lean Cuisine products can find several media outlets that provide coupons and run promotions that can help consumers save as much as 15% on Lean Cuisine products each year.

Here is a brief guide that can help consumers locate these valuable coupons for Lean Cuisine products. To start off, let's learn how Lean Cuisine has evolved in to one of the most recognizable brand names in the American frozen food industry.

Lean Cuisine products were first introduced to the American public in 1981 by the Stouffers frozen food company and its Nestlé parent company. The Nestlé company introduced these products to the American public to meet the demands of consumers who wanted to enjoy frozen food products that contained fewer calories, less fat and less sodium.

The first Lean Cuisine products featured 10 different options including spaghetti and meatballs, pepperoni pizza and other favorites. They were available in 10-15 ounce packages at prices ranging from $1.09-$1.59. Many magazines such as Family Circle offered coupons for these early products. The coupons ranged from 25 cents up to 40 cents and could have been used for any of the products offered by lean Cuisine.

These products did so well that the Nestlé company expanded the Lean Cuisine line in the mid to late 1980s to include 25 items including sandwiches, soups and other entrees. These products were advertised using the popular slogan, "It's not just the calories that count, it's the taste." This slogan proved to work well because it introduced consumers to the products' rich tastes, bold flavors and "deliciously healthy" portions that have made Lean Cuisine a hit with many health conscious consumers.

Mid - Late 1990's

The mid 1990s saw the Lean Cuisine brand expand to over 50 products. Moreover, many popular entrees including enchiladas and Panini sandwiches were also introduced to consumers during this time.

The late 1990s and early 2000s saw the Lean Cuisine line expand to over 100 items with the introduction of such popular favorites as the "Skillet Sensations" product line and the "Dinnertime Selects" product line that features over 20 entrees with no more than 375 calories and eight grams of fat.

Current Day

Nowadays, the Nestlé company uses social media outlets to promote its new line of pizzas, sandwiches and over 120 other favorites that are aimed at health-conscious consumers who are pressed for time.


No matter how they promote their products, the Nestlé company will surely continue to have success selling Lean Cuisine products to health-conscious consumers.

Now that you know something about the history of Lean Cuisine products, let's take a look at some of the products that have made Lean Cuisine famous since 1981.

Famous Entrees

Over 50 entrees including chicken and beef enchiladas, honey mustard chicken and Salisbury steak.

Famous Lunch Items

Five types of pizza items including brick oven-style pizzas, individual 6" pizzas and French bread pizzas.

Four styles of sandwiches including a new line of Panini sandwiches.

Lean Cuisine

Consumers can find coupons and promotions for these and other Lean Cuisine items from many media outlets.

For example, consumers can go online to find coupons for Lean Cuisine items.

Lean Cuisine Coupons

Consumers who would like to go online to find coupons for Lean Cuisine items can visit several websites to locate free coupons for Lean Cuisine items. Here are two of these websites that are very popular with many consumers.

One popular website to locate coupons online for Lean Cuisine products is located on Lean Cuisine's website.

This website offers consumers the chance to sign up for a free email club that delivers coupons for Lean Cuisine products via email. It is easy to sign up for this email club. To sign up for the email club, submit your email address to the company on the webpage. If you do this, you could receive coupons including one good for 40 cents off any Lean Cuisine entree and a coupon good for $1.25 off any Lean Cuisine sandwich product.

Coupons on Facebook

Another good website is Lean Cuisine's Facebook page

Lean Cuisine's Facebook page often features links to coupons that are good for up to $1.00 off certain Lean Cuisine products. For example, some consumers have found coupons good for 30 cents off any Lean Cuisine entree. Other consumers have found coupons good for $1.00 off any Lean Cuisine "Skillet Sensations" product.

Traditional Coupons

The Nestlé company also offers coupons for Lean Cuisine coupons in circulars available in your local Sunday newspaper.

The Nestlé company offers coupons for Lean Cuisine coupons at least once a month in the circulars that are available in your local Sunday newspaper. These coupons can be used for most Lean Cuisine products.

For example, many consumers have found coupons good for $1.00 off any two Lean Cuisine entrees. Other consumers have found coupons good for $1.50 off any two Lean Cuisine "Skillet Sensations" products. Moreover, don't forget to look for Lean Cuisine coupons at your favorite supermarket.

The Nestlé company also offers coupons for Lean Cuisine products at supermarket coupon dispensers located near the supermarket's frozen food area. The Nestlé company offers Lean Cuisine coupons in this manner thanks to local vendors and suppliers who issue these coupons as a way to promote Lean Cuisine products.

Consumers who have found Lean Cuisine coupons at their local supermarket have saved as much as $1.25. For example, some consumers have found coupons good for 60 cents off any two Lean Cuisine entrees. Finally, other consumers have found coupons good for $1.25 any Lean Cuisine sandwich product.

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