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Company Spotlight: Elevate Super Foods Salads

 

 

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Our Ingredients
Our elevĀte salads are made from natural ingredients that are full of flavor and deliver clean and functional nutrition in every bite. Our superfood line-up has recipes featuring ingredients like ancient grains, plant-based proteins, nutrient-dense greens, nuts, legumes, and seeds that are rich in omega 3 and 6 fatty acids and full of naturally occurring vitamins and antioxidants. We make salads that are Non-GMO Project Verified, Organic or Gluten Free and we never use antibiotics in our chicken. After eating one salad you will feel positively inspired and uplifted!

 

 

About the company

We believe that happy starts with healthy and that feeding your body right is the biggest contributor to both. Our 8 ready-to-eat superfood salads will help you jumpstart your journey while letting your taste buds enjoy many delicious flavors. Our salads are portable nutrition at your fingertips no matter how busy life gets. It’s never been easier for you to eat clean and feel great. Happiness and healthiness are right at your fingertips.

 

 

Company: Elevate Superfoods
Brand:  Elevate Superfoods
Slogan:  Elevate Superfoods
Origin: US
Category: Prepared Meals
Packaging: Coming soon
Claims: Made from natural ingredients, contains plant-based proteins, naturally occurring vitamins and antioxidants.
Variants: View product range here
Price: Coming soon
Where to Buy: US, Store Locator
Website: http://www.elevatesuperfoods.com/

 

 

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Tech Spotlight: Farmer’s Fridge vending machine sells fresh made organic salads

 

 

Farmer’s Fridge is a vending machine that delivers healthy, gourmet meals made from fresh, high quality ingredients each morning.

 

About the Company
Why should junk food be so easy to get, but not healthy food? And who says healthy can’t be delicious, too? No sir, not us. Our big idea is to make slow food, available fast. To deliver a fresh take on fresh. To turn the vending machine into a veggie machine. And make access to healthy, delicious food the rule, not the exception.

Don’t think of the Farmer’s Fridge kiosk as a vending machine. It’s a veggie machine. And just as each salad is a culinary thing of beauty, the kiosk is a work of art in its own right. Made from reclaimed wood (provided by Modern Urban Woods of West Chicago) and even some recycled materials, each one is unique and user-friendly.

 

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A Few Facts:

The Farmer’s Fridge kiosk accepts all major credit cards.

Touch screens, bar code scanners for coupons and email receipts make it super user-friendly. We haven’t tested this, but it may actually hug you, too.

Product images, nutrition and ingredient information are in a large, easy to read format.

You can buy multiple items at once.

Power consumption for each machine is under $10 worth of electricity a month.

It keeps your food at the perfect temperature.

 

 


How it Works
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We get fresh produce every morning.

We arrive at 5 a.m. and make everything from scratch… daily.

We make everything in our local, fully licensed, shared kitchen… daily.

We deliver the salads to the machine at 10 a.m. and remove the unsold salads (which we donate to a local food pantry)… daily.

We discount any unsold salads by $1 at 6 p.m. … nightly.

 

View Menu Here

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McDonald’s Teams Up with Barilla for Pasta

It seems McDonald's is expanding its menu abroad once more (to add to those pretzel burgers in Germany, McBaguette sandwiches in France). In Italy, the fast-food giant will debut a pasta salad Friday to "Italianise" the menu, the Guardian reports.

The ensuing pennette pasta salad, as it's described, is "a balanced and skillful mix of tuna, tomatoes, peppers, capers, and olives, seasoned with a pinch of oregano and salt." lThe pasta salad was created after a deal with Barilla, Guardian reports, and will sell for €4.90 a serving (about $6).

The relationship has reportedly been called "the devil and holy water" collaboration, but it's not a new concept; McDonald's has in the past used Parmesan, mozzarella, and speck in its Italian stores, and Claudio Colzani, chief executive of the Barilla group, says the new item brings Mickey D's "ever nearer to the Mediterranean model of eating." Other PR-y speak says that the launch of the past was "a key step on the process of embracing the tastes, flavors, and habits of the Italians." We wonder what they would think of the Mickey D's fettucine Alfredo back in the day.

Full Article @ TheDailyMeal

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