Frequently asked questions

We cook & deliver our online menu & meal plans every Monday & Wednesday, as well as our Chefs Table Meal Plan on Sundays.  Orders can be placed up until midnight the night before delivery. On delivery day, you driver will reach out via text when they are about 15 minutes away
with delivery.

Your food is always made from scratch the morning of delivery. Food holds fresh for 5 days, with a ‘consume by’ date on each individual label.

Our delivery radius reaches Ocean, Monmouth, & Middlesex counties every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday & Friday. We also deliver to Mercer & Somerset counties on Sunday, Wednesday & Friday.

We work directly with as many local, sustainable farmers as possible. That means relationships with over 120 farms in the tri-state area

No worries! Just leave instructions for your driver in the comments section when you check out. Remember to leave your
cooler bag out. Either select a cooler bag at checkout or leave a comment that you have previously purchased one.

General recommendation is with the lid vented for about 2 minutes in the microwave, or, remove meal from the container and heat in the oven at 350 degrees for about 10-12 minutes.

FITfood Points are our new & exciting rewards program!  You earn points which you can redeem for free food on every order, upon signing up for an account, even on your birthday!

We don’t provide nutritional information and calorie counts for our meals as we believe true health goes far beyond calories in and calories out. How your body digests food is always going to be more important than calories or recommended daily allowances of specific isolated vitamins. In addition, our meals are cooked from whole ingredients that don’t contain any artificial ingredients or refined sugar, so they are free of the common ingredients that can promote inflammation and weight gain in many individuals. By eating a whole foods diet based on grass fed meats, responsibly sourced fish, and organic local vegetables, with moderate portions of whole grains, calorie counting often becomes unnecessary.