Shao Wei quit his job as a programmer in Hangzhou in 2014 to set up his own meal-substitute brand, Ruffood. Photo: SCMP Pictures

Too busy for lunch? China’s tech workers turn to meal-replacement drinks that’re fast, healthy … but not necessarily tasty

Former programmer’s powdered product offers nutritionally complete meals that can be downed in just five minutes, but country’s culinary culture presents a challenge

Topic |   Health and wellness

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Shao Wei quit his job as a programmer in Hangzhou in 2014 to set up his own meal-substitute brand, Ruffood. Photo: SCMP Pictures
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