Industry News | November 16, 2015

My Fit Foods Opens USDA-Certified Central Kitchen

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My Fit Foods, a leading producer and retailer of handcrafted, fresh, grab-and-go meals, is proud to announce the opening and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) certification of its new, 30,000-square-foot central kitchen. The opening of the handcrafted production kitchen allows My Fit Foods to expand and sell its products through new, strategic distribution channels, including corporate cafeterias, vending and micro-markets, as well as third party retailers.

The central kitchen will provide freshly prepared meals daily for 38 of My Fit Foods’ Texas and Oklahoma locations, with the capacity to serve additional retail store locations as well as new distribution channels. This added capacity reinforces the brand’s trajectory of expansion and ability to support new store openings in the coming years. Stationed in Dallas-Fort Worth, the central kitchen is expected to create over 150 new job opportunities in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

“Our new central kitchen enables us to provide consistent, freshly-prepared delicious meals of the highest quality,” says David Goronkin, CEO of My Fit Foods. “Since the central kitchen is USDA certified, we will have the ability to sell our offerings through new channels in addition to expanding our retail footprint, making it easier for our growing customer base to find and enjoy My Fit Foods meals.”

As the first of its kind in the fresh, nutritionally balanced grab-and-go meal category, My Fit Foods’ central kitchen is certified by the USDA and upholds the company’s commitment to produce superior, wholesome meal offerings for its customers. In addition to preparing meals daily, the central kitchen offers a core location for the brand to implement further innovation and development within My Fit Foods’ existing fresh and flavorful menu.

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