Industry News | April 24, 2017

Fitlife Foods Introduces New, Updated Menu Items

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Fitlife Foods, a Florida-based performance, lifestyle and weight loss brand known for its perfectly portioned, indulgent, made from scratch meals for performance-minded individuals announced Monday its all-new limited-edition menu packed with fresh and healthy meal options. Among these new menu additions are gluten-free and low calorie breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack and dessert items that are both energy boosting, perfectly portioned and nutritious.

The new menu features organic, gluten-free, low-carb and protein-packed meals ideal for boosting energy and performance. The full list of limited-edition menu items includes Breakfast Fiesta Tacos with non-GMO flour tortillas, the Colorado Omelette with nitrate-free black forest ham, Adobo Beef featuring an organic bean medley, Paleo Sloppy Joes over diced sweet potatoes, Chicken Protein Potato Skins featuring fat-free Greek yogurt, Turkey Taco Salad with crunchy organic tortilla chips, Chicken Caprese Wrap served with aged balsamic cherry tomatoes, Turkey Red Pepper Hummus Snack, Turkey Pepperoni Snack Pack and made-from-scratch Peanut Butter Cookies.

“At Fitlife Foods, we’re constantly discovering new, indulgent and nutritious ingredients to spice up our menu keeping it fresh and current with dishes our customers will love,” says David Osterweil, founder of Fitlife Foods. “Our commitment to healthy meals helps our customers build the best versions of themselves and we want everyone to become addicted to the way they feel.”

In addition to the new menu items, meals such as the Chicken Enchilada Bake, BBQ Beef with Mac ‘N Cheese and the gluten free Chicken ‘Pizza’ Supreme are some of Fitlife Foods’ most popular. Orders can be placed online or picked up at any location. Customers can also have meals delivered directly to their doorsteps with pre-planned delivery for added convenience. Fitlife Foods’ menu prices range from $3—$13 and feature gluten-free, vegetarian, paleo and low-carb options, with nutritional information printed right on the label. Fitlife Foods also has a recycling program that allows customers to eat a delicious and healthy meal and bring back 20 containers for a $10 credit to the store. The containers are “upcycled” into the hard, permanent plastics in the community, with the customer wasting nothing.

“Fitlife was built for success minded, busy people who value not only their health, but great flavor,” says Osterweil. “We want our customers to understand that eating healthy and fueling your body doesn’t mean eating the same boring proteins and veggies every day, and we are solving the problem by providing an easy and convenient way to meal prep and plan for the week without the stress.”

Customers have the option of ordering online for in-store pickup, or home delivery in select locations. Fitlife Foods has nine locations throughout the Tampa area, two in Orlando and two in Fort Lauderdale. Delivery is available in Clearwater, North Tampa, South Tampa, St. Petersburg, Trinity and Wesley Chapel. Fitlife Foods will open its newest store at University Park in Sarasota on April 27.

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