Eat Fit Go A Prepared-food Concept Makes Valley Debut

Eat Fit Go, a Nebraska-based prepared-food concept, makes its Arizona debut Friday on the southwest corner of Alma School and Ocotillo in south Chandler.

Say goodbye to shopping, cooking and doing dishes! All ingredients are listed right on the label, so you know exactly what you’re eating. Just think of Eat Fit Go like a grocery store except all the groceries are already picked out, cleaned, chopped, cooked, and packaged.

America is becoming more and more dependent on processed foods that are causing numerous health problems across the board. This issue continues to trend in the wrong direction decade after decade. Eat Fit Go’s model of real food with no preservatives or added ingredients will help create more options for people to take control of their own health.

The store features refrigerators stocked with fresh, healthy meals that have no preservatives, low sodium, high protein and are allergy-friendly. Most meals have fewer than 600 calories.

Most customers pick up the pre-prepared breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and snacks to take home, but there are tables and a microwave if they want to eat on-site.

Aaron McKeever and Sam Vakhidov opened the first Eat Fit Go in Omaha, Neb., in February 2016. In less than a year, the chain has grown to 12 stores in five states.

Another 12 stores are scheduled to open this year, including one in Scottsdale. The chain has said it eventually wants to open 10 Valley stores.

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