Recycling and sustainability
Recycling and Sustainability
Clean Eatz Kitchen strives to take any economically feasible steps to minimize the impact of our business. Before purchasing our products, please familiarize yourself with how you can help us minimize our impact.
All of our shipping products contain at least some parts recycled materials, allowing us to reduce our impact in an otherwise wasteful industry. Please, be thoughtful in how you use and dispose of our products to help minimize our collective impact on our earth.
Our insulated liners are used including recycled cotton scraps. They are wrapped in a moisture-proof, oxo-biodegradable, curbside recycling coating.
You can help - cut open the liners. The blue insulation can go to any cotton recycling and the plastic coating can be recycled with plastic bags, where applicable. Tip: the insulated liners serve multiple recycled purposes - insulation in dog houses or sheds, packing fragile items, kennels use them as dog beds, Goodwill uses them to pack. Some companies accept cotton recycling such as your local H&M, North Face, or Columbia store.
Our dry ice is reclaimed carbon dioxide which is a byproduct of drilling for natural gas. This allows us to "upcycle" carbon dioxide and use it twice rather than emitting it into the atmosphere.
Our kraft paper sleeves are made including recycled paper.
You can help - recycle the sleeves with paper
Clean Eatz Kitchen FAQs
Anything. All of our meals are under 600 calories and are intended to help you portion-control with a healthy balance of fats, carbohydrates, and protein. We do not recommend eating only Clean Eatz meals as your diet as variety is an important factor in long-term adherance to a healthy lifestyle.
We sell frozen, pre-cooked healthy meals. Ordering off our menu, we will send those entrees to your house for you to heat (in the microwave) and eat.
No. In order to keep cost low, we make our food in large batches. This prevents us from making modifications to individual meals such as "no onions". If you need customized meal plans, we recommend visiting one of our local stores who can make exact specifications to meet your diet.
No. While some of our ingredients include these titles. We do not use these buzzwords to sell our food. In our experience, our industry misleads consumers by using trendy adjectives (Organic, All-Natural, Pasture-Raised, Grass-Fed, Non-GMO, Antibiotic Free) to sell more of their products. Some of these adjectives are not defined or strictly-enforced by the USDA or FDA, allowing producers to slap labels on their food that may or may not have any truthful substance. In-season, we are able to obtain local or organic vegetables to use in our products but out-of-season we have to be more flexible to keep our food priced affordably. We believe in eating food in balanced proportions, in its most natural state and that's what we cook for you.
Our allergen information is listed HERE. Please be advised that all of our food is made on shared equipment in the same facility. While we take steps to sanitize between allergens, cross-contamination is likely. Also note that just because an allergen is not on our current menu, it does not mean it is not present in our facility.
Our regular meals are $7.99
You can order in bulk and save.