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Plant-Based Meal Deliveries

Better for you.

Vegan used to be a dirty word, but in the last ten years, science has proven that those who fill up on vegetables and fruit, while keeping meat intake low, reap the natural rewards.


A plant based diet can…

Prevent heart disease, type 2 diabetes and hypertension.

Meats are high in saturated fats, which raises cholesterol levels and your risk of developing the number one causes of heart disease and diabetes, two of the biggest causes of death in the united states.

A 2016 study in PLoS Medicine found that a plant-based diet reduced the risk of developing type 2 diabetes by 34 percent.  In 2019, the Journal of the American Heart Association found that eating vegan lowered the risk of developing cardiovascular disease by 16% and death from a cardiac condition by about 31 percent.

A 2014 JAMA Internal Medicine analysis explored 39 studies and found the data showed that people who followed a vegetarian diet had lower blood pressure on average than omnivores. A 2016 study in the Journal of Hypertension found that vegetarians had a 34% lower risk of developing hypertension than nonvegetarians.

Help with weight management.

When done right, a plant-based diet increases your fiber intake, which helps you feel fuller and more effectively process foods.

Multiple studies have shown that those with high fiber intake gain less weight over time. Research also points to digestive benefits. When gut bacteria breaks down fiber, it produces short-chain fatty acids, which decrease liver synthesis of triglycerides and influence hormones that tell your brain your body is full.

Be at the top of your game.

Serena Williams. Colin Kaepernick. Kyrie Irving. These are just a few of the elite athletes who have adopted a vegan diet to stay at the top of their game.

There’s limited evidence to correlate a soley plant-based diet with increased athletic performance, but the amount of complex carbs it provides does contribute to endurance athletes staying fuller longer.

The most important aspect is to get high levels of plant protein and whole ingredients into your diet. 

For more info and stories from the folks who are fueling their bodies with a plant-based diet, check out Netflix’s documentzary The Game Changers, produced by Arnold Schwarzenneger. That’s right, Conan the Barbarian himself is now a vegan.

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Better for the planet.

  • Maximum reduction to your carbon footprint when you switch to a plant-based diet 73% 73%

By supporting rePurpose Global, we remove and recycle as much ocean-bound plastic waste as our packaging uses. That means your purchase will carry a zero plastic footprint, always. 

Dairy-Free French Toast

That’s right: we’ve transformed your favorite sweet morning treat. No eggs or milk, but with it’s almost cakey texture and fresh fruit toppings, you’ll never know the difference.

Adobo Squash

Roasted vegetables bring an explosion of flavors in this classically seasoned Mexican dish.

Signature Vegan Grainless Granola

Popping with pepitas, coconut and almonds, it goes hard on the healthy fats, while skimping on sugar and cholesterol found in dairy yogurt.

Quinoa Cakes with Chickpea Relish

Akin to a crab cake, these discs are lightly crisped on the outside and served alongside a melange of garbanzo beans and summer vegetables.

Farm to Fit’s Impossible Burger

Who says a plant-based diet means no burgers? Our Impossible patty comes topped with fresh farm greens, vegan cheese and has some super sweet potato jojos on the side.


What People are Saying

“I am loving the meals!”

“Everything is so good and I’m trying and enjoying things I’ve never tried before. Eating is fun again!” – C.P.

“I have lost 53 pounds so far because of Farm to Fit.”

“After 9 months on Farm to Fit, my doctor now says I am no longer pre-diabetic.” – H.N

“I appreciate the variety.”

“Also, I noticed the ingredients on the nutrition labels which helps educate me as well as confirm that your ingredients are healthy and wisely sourced.” – K.S.

I LOVE Farm to Fit.”

The meals are fantastic, and the customer service has always been outstanding… It’s like the best aspects of cooking at home and eating out combined.” – J.L.

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