Fitlife Foods, a lifestyle brand committed to creating fresh, all-natural meals that are nutritious, delicious and perfectly crafted from scratch, announced Monday the launch of its subscription delivery service to new Florida markets. Customers now have more flexibility when it comes to purchasing and ordering meals through Fitlife.

“As one of the original and leading meal providers in Florida, we are always looking to go above and beyond for our customers and that’s why we continue to introduce new options such as our subscription delivery service,” says David Osterweil, founder and CEO and Fitlife Foods. “Our customers can customize their meal plans by choosing 8, 10 or 12 pack meals in small and medium sizes and they can choose what meal they want and the number of meals needed for breakfast, lunches, dinners or snacks.”

Fitlife also has more than 60 menu items to choose from, customers can order nutritious and healthy meals to help power them through the week. Fitlife Foods features options for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks that are made from organic ingredients when necessary, and locally-sourced ingredients whenever possible. New dishes, snacks, summer menu items and Featured Fitmeals can be ordered for the new subscription delivery service. Customers can visit the Fitlife Foods’ website to view the menu, plan their meals and place subscription orders that will be delivered right to their doorstep on the day, week or month of their choosing.

“Our new subscription delivery service will put the choice of flavor in the customer’s hands, prevent them from wasting too many meals and allow them ultimate flexibility so they can add free time with their family and friends,” said Osterweil.

In addition to subscription delivery, customers also have the option of picking up meals in-store. Fitlife Foods has nine locations throughout the Tampa area, with additional locations in Orlando, Fort Lauderdale and Boca Raton. Menu items range in price from $4 to $12 and feature gluten-free, vegetarian and low-carb options, with nutritional information printed directly on the label.

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