Clean Eatz Express Comes To Shoppes At Waterford

By Jessica Maurer, posted Jul 17, 2019
Clean Eatz co-founders Evonne and Don Varady now have nearly 50 franchise locations in operation. (File photo)
Clean Eatz, the Wilmington-headquartered, quick-service restaurant chain and meal order service specializing in nutritionally based, portion-controlled meals, has opened an express location in Leland.

Located at 503 Olde Waterford Way, Suite 107, the express cafe is a new concept for the company.

Company officials say the move comes as northern Brunswick County continues to experience a population boom that consists largely of families and retirees on the go.

“Leland is a perfect fit for our Clean Eatz Express Model,” said Clean Eatz co-founder Don Varady. “This community is home to many people who want easy, healthy and affordable meal options. That’s the whole premise behind our brand.”

Leland’s Clean Eatz Express offers the franchise’s widely popular Grab-n-Go freezer meals, weekly meal plans, Clean Eatz take-and-bake cauliflower crust pizzas, fresh-made smoothies, a snack line that features items such as Paleo Fudge, CE energy bars, Clean Crunch and more. The location also sells a full range of 1st Phorm protein supplements.

For those who want a quick lunch or dinner, Clean Eatz Express provides microwaves, along with cafe seating for customers to enjoy their pre-packaged meals on-site.

“We’re excited to be a part of Leland, and we see so many ways we can grow together,” Varady said. “From the people we’ve met so far, it seems this area’s residents place importance on living a healthy lifestyle so they can enjoy the things they love. We’re here to be a part of that journey, providing the right balance of nutrition, education and encouragement along the way.”

Clean Eatz Express is open Monday and Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., Wednesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Leland residents can order freshly made weekly meal plans at
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