CoreLife Eatery is revamping its mission of providing customers with the best experience by launching a new loyalty and perks app, set to go live on Wednesday, April 14.

The app will be enabled with various features to make the CoreLife experience more seamless, such as delivery and curbside pickup options, as well as the ability to redeem physical gift cards and discount codes within the app’s interface.

Users who download the free app (or migrate from the old app) will automatically be enrolled into CoreLife Eatery’s loyalty program and earn $5 off their next purchase. The app will allow users to earn rewards more quickly and easily by tracking their points and alerting them to available rewards. Each dollar spent will earn one point, and once 100 points are collected, members will be rewarded with a complimentary large bowl.

As part of the CoreLife Eatery mission, each menu item is curated with fresh ingredients that are prepared daily from whole foods. CoreLife Eatery uses only grass-fed beef, antibiotic-free chicken and pork and cage-free eggs. All ingredients are free of GMOs, trans fats, artificial colors, sweeteners and additives. Along with their quality meats, CoreLife Eatery also caters to vegan and vegetarian guests, offering organic tofu and baked falafels. The menu features warm grain bowls, green salads, soups, bone broth, house-made sides, and the restaurant’s new addition – tacos! In addition to launching a new app, CoreLife Eatery will be adding wraps onto the menu in mid 2021.

Made evident by its recognition as Consumer Reports’ top choice for healthy dining options, CoreLife’s menu caters to everyone with customizable greens, grains and broth bowls.  CoreLife Eatery staff are continually proactively sharing their own unique food concepts as well as wellness ideals through talks at local organizations and participation in community events.

Led by CEO Larry Wilson, the CoreLife Eatery executive team brings individual successes and skill sets to help the restaurant grow to meet the needs of more communities lacking convenient access to healthy and affordable eating alternatives.

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