New weight loss meal delivery service launches in Australia
A new meal delivery service dedicated to weight loss has launched in Australia.
‘Be Fit Food’ offers fresh pre-made meals under a number of programs, one of which it says customers can expect to lose between two and 10kgs within two weeks.
The meal delivery service was developed by clinical dietitian, Kate Save, and surgeon, Dr Geoff Draper.
The pair appeared on Channel Ten’s Shark Tank in August 2017 where they secured a $300, 000 investment from Boost Juice founder, Janine Allis.
With Allis’ financial support, Bet Fit Food is now preparing to expand from just Victoria into Australia’s east coast.
Founder Kate Save describes Be Fit Food as the “first scientifically weight loss meal plan on the market that helps customers become healthier as they lose weight.”
“Time and again we saw patients attempting to eat a healthy diet but falling victim to superficial fad diets,” Save said.
“We realised there was a real gap in the market when it comes to convenient, pre-packaged meals that not only support weight loss, but use real, whole foods with the right nutrient content.
“With Be Fit Food we are putting into practice our clinical expertise and applying the principles of scientifically proven weight loss with the convenience of wholesome, ready-to-go meals that taste great and anyone can benefit from.”
Be Fit Food offers four weight loss programs. Currently its silver box is AUD $169.00 for one week.
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