Starting Jan. 16, the store will be offering prepackaged, Whole30 meals to-go. Participants pick up the boxed (actually, it’s bagged to be more environmentally friendly) meal ingredients and then prepare the food at home with recipes that accompany the kits. All meals are Whole30 compliant, and the recipes come from founder Melissa Hartwig herself. Whole Foods has developed a partnership with Hartwig, who lives in Utah, for this flagship program.
The cost is $69.99 per week, which feeds three meals to two people. Have a larger family? You can double your order to feed everyone. The menu is below. Pickups will be available at the Park City store and at the Trolley Square store in Salt Lake. To participate, contact email@example.com.
And for those of you who eat Whole30 regularly, Whole Foods is also tagging items in the store that are Whole30 compliant to make shopping for the elimination diet that much easier.
Pad thai; pesto zucchini noodles with chicken; cashew beef
Sweet and savory mustard grilled chicken with strawberry salad; Thai coconut green curry salmon; avocado egg salad
Stir fried garlic broccoli with flank steak; BLT salad with soft boiled eggs and avocado; Mexican crockpot picadillo
Red curry coconut shrimp soup; Brussels sprouts salad with chicken; smoked salmon frittata
Buffalo chicken salad; curried albacore tuna salad; pesto and red pepper frittata;
Creamy crunchy broccoli salad; halibut steak with avocado aioli and salad; creamy guacamole chicken salad