FIT FOOD DELIVERS: LOCAL CABBAGETOWN RESIDENT LAUNCHES

fit-food-logo-cmykContributed by Pstreetnews

 
Jennifer Torres launches FIT FOOD DELIVERS to give families and busy professionals healthy clean meal options conveniently delivered each week. “I started because my training group loved the meals I cook and now I deliver to clients across the GTA.”

 
Jennifer, mom of two growing boys, has lived in Cabbagetown for over 10 years and understands the juggle of a career, getting kids to school, extracurricular activities and getting a healthy home cooked meal on the table each day.

 
FIT FOOD DELIVERS makes eating healthy easy. Her homemade, small batch meals contain a protein, carbohydrate and vegetable serving.  The recipes come from her everyday life and food preferences. Meal Plans are rotated every two weeks, so there is plenty of variety.
A five meal plan costs $75 and might look something like this:

 
1.) Jerk spiced chicken breast, sautéed green beans, steamed brown rice.
2.) Quinoa flax chia turkey meatballs, roasted cauliflower, roasted sweet potato.
3.) Slow cooked beef stew, roasted brussel sprouts, steamed brown rice,
4.) Teriyaki salmon fillet, roasted asparagus, steamed brown rice.
5.) Lemon garlic shrimp, zucchini ribbons, streamed brown rice.

 
“I enjoy helping people live a healthy lifestyle and keeping them on track to reach their health and fitness goals.”

 

For more information about FIT FOOD DELIVERS, please contact
Jennifer Torres Escano, Cabbagetown Neighbour
Email: fitfoodtoronto@gmail.com
Instagram: @fitfoodeats
Facebook: Fit Food Delivers
www.fitfooddelivers.com

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