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Clean Eatz Brings Healthy Meal Plans To New Markets Through Partnership

By Jessica Maurer, posted Feb 7, 2018
Clean Eatz, a Wilmington-based healthy lifestyle brand and restaurant chain, has partnered with Europa Sports Products. (Photo courtesy of Clean Eatz)

Clean Eatz, a Wilmington-based healthy lifestyle brand and restaurant chain, has partnered with Europa Sports Products, a nutritional products distributor based in Charlotte.

The partnership will allow Clean Eatz to distribute its culinary creations in new markets from Maine to Florida, and as far west as St. Louis. Each entrée or snack is flash-frozen and packed in insulated boxes to ensure freshness and quality.

“We are thrilled to be able to share our food with millions of additional consumers craving more flavorful, nutritional meal options,” said Clean Eatz’s co-founder Evonne Varady. “Through this partnership with Europa, we are introducing our take on a balanced and happier lifestyle to so many more communities.”

Since its inception in 2011, Clean Eatz has built its name on a mission to help consumers achieve a healthier lifestyle and reach their wellness goals through balanced, portion-controlled meals. With offerings such as beef brisket with twice-baked potato, chicken Parmesan, and the Arnold steak wrap, Clean Eatz crafts scratch-made selections that appropriately divvy up fats, carbohydrates and proteins based on an individual’s nutrition goals.

“We always aim to create food options that are familiar and tasteful, but that also have a healthy twist to meet every type of fitness goal,” Varady said. “That’s what makes the Clean Eatz way not a diet, but a lifestyle.”

Representatives for the company say that the current distribution area is expected to expand to markets across the country later this year. 

Clean Eatz operates two Wilmington locations: the flagship store at 203 Racine Drive and at 5916 Carolina Beach Road, No. 150.

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