NEW YORK, Nov. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Kettlebell Kitchen, the goal-oriented, prepared meal service with a focus on healthy eating, will launch home delivery this coming December. Founded in 2013 by former Army officers Joe and Andy Lopez-Gallego, and Chef Greg Grossman, Kettlebell Kitchen meals are currently available for pickup at 300+ gyms and fitness studios across the Tri-State area. The expansion will introduce Kettlebell Kitchen's personalized, nutrition-driven meals to a wider set of consumers. Co-founder Chef Greg Grossman [OREYA Restaurant, recipient of an "Excellent" rating by The New York Times] will continue to innovate menu offerings and expand Kettlebell Kitchen's verticals for healthy eating, weight loss, muscle gain, and sports performance.
"Our prerogative is to help people achieve their wellness goals. The move to home delivery will allow us to reach a broader audience--our food is great for fitness lovers, as well as people who just want a convenient and healthy meal solution," says Co-Founder Joe Lopez-Gallego.
As background, Joe and Andy founded the fast-growing, Brooklyn-based startup with Greg about three years ago, after the brothers' time in the military, and then lengthy stints in the business and finance fields, respectively. Given their backgrounds and having grown-up in a health-conscious household, the brothers couldn't find an accessible and affordable prepared meal option that met their needs. Thus, they partnered with industry-expert Greg Grossman and launched Kettlebell Kitchen.
"We know how stressed and busy New Yorkers can be. By providing one-on-one nutritional support and cutting out shopping, cooking, and cleaning time, we are bringing them a new level of convenience," notes Co-Founder Andy Lopez-Gallego.
Kettlebell Kitchen provides consumers an opportunity to eat a variety of flavorful meals that help them reach their dietary goals. Every member of the program works with an advising nutritionist, who helps curate an experience that offers immediate results. Co-Founder and Chef Greg Grossman ensures the selection of offerings (including breakfast, lunch, and dinner) are high quality, featuring seasonal ingredients and chef-level preparations—engineered to fuel the body and provide energy and nutritional value.
"There's a common misconception that healthy or fitness-geared food shouldn't taste good. By using high quality proteins and fresh produce, we are debunking the myth," says Greg Grossman.
Recently, Kettlebell Kitchen has expanded their culinary team, bringing new team-members with significant experience in the space, most notably; Chef Daniel Angerer [by CHLOE, Dig Inn] as their Director of Culinary Innovation.
Kettlebell Kitchen's home delivery is now available for early bird registration online at: http://www.kettlebellkitchen.com/homeoffice-delivery-early-bird-signup/. And for a wider list of where meals are available presently, please see: http://www.kettlebellkitchen.com/pick-up-locations/. Follow Kettlebell Kitchen on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
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