Greenling Now Offering Prepared Meals

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Greenling Now Offering Prepared Meals

Popular local entity Greenling has decided that delivering organic groceries isn't revolutionary enough- They've made it even easier for health-conscious consumers to eat well by launching their line of organic prepared foods. Starting Friday, customers can add meals-on-the-go to their grocery order, all with free delivery.

Freshly prepared items will include sandwiches, salads, wraps, side dishes and snack packs (which are perfect for the kiddos) all under $10. Available meals will also include single-serving versions of a few of Greenling's most popular recipe kits, which range from gyro tacos to ratatouille pasta.

"Having grab-and-go style meals delivered to your door will help ensure those who are too busy to cook don't fall into the fast food trap," company founder Mason Arnold said.

Greenling is an online grocer and is available free of subscription in Austin, San Antonio and the DFW area. Down to the compostable packaging, Greenling masters the accessibility of sustainability.

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