Food Innovations That Make Healthy Eating Easy

Your Mission: Start drinking a healthy juice at least once a week
It can be hard to consume pounds of plants a day (and the veggie-averse wouldn’t dare!) but the two- to three pounds of organic produce in each Suja juice make it easier. And unlike some juice manufacturers, Suja doesn’t advocate ditching all other food for a juice-only “cleanse,” recommending instead that you “add juice into your routine.”

Born as a door-to-door delivery gig, when a law student who taught yoga in her spare time and a raw food chef started swapping juices that they felt aided skin issues and food sensitivities, Suja is now at Whole Foods and online at SujaJuice.com.

Your Mission: Keep your produce fresh longer
Wilted Lettuce Syndrome, no more! Roughly 25% of the world’s food supply is lost to spoilage; FreshPaper hopes to change that statistic. The innovative product keeps produce fresh for two to four times longer by inhibiting bacterial and fungal growth (and in turn, incentivizes you to load up your grocery cart).

Your Mission: Grab gluten free food on the go
A fast food restaurant without a microwave or a fryer in sight? Yup! At Zoe’s Kitchen, a chain paving the way for more to follow suit since 1995, they live by the motto “if it wasn’t food 100 years ago, it’s not food today.” With nearly 100 locations and counting, their Mediterranean-inspired menu offers an entire section for gluten free entrees and sides. They also source as much as possible locally (poultry is also always fresh, never frozen).

our Mission: Pull off a delicous and healthy dinner stress-free
Like making dinners from scratch but hate planning a menu and then buying a slew of ingredients when the recipe calls for only a bit of each? Focus on the fun of cooking using HelloFresh, a new service that provides you with pre-measured, fresh ingredients and recipe cards featuring chef-designed dishes that can be assembled in under thirty minutes.

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