New Pre-Prepared Meal Business is Making Milwaukee Greener
Green Jar Express, a new local company, is striving to make Milwaukee healthier and greener by offering meals, salads and smoothies made with fresh, organic local ingredients delivered in toxin-free packaging. The meal delivery service is designed for people that find themselves multi-tasking and overlooking their health in an effort to fit in all of life’s other demands. Green Jar Express’ pre-prepared and freshly packaged entrees conveniently make healthy eating an attainable and delicious goal. The meals are delivered in recyclable jars, thus minimizing their intake of toxins and helping the environment by using recyclable glass packaging.
Three doctors—Tajdeep Dhindsa, M.D., Yvette Pfeffer, M.D., and Kirk Brown, M.D.—founded Green Jar Express with the goal of creating a company that allows people to maintain their busy lives without sacrificing their health. Their business delivers healthy and energizing meals straight to the doors of Milwaukeeans to help them fit healthy eating into their lives minus the hassle. Customers can visit the Green Jar Express website, select their items and wait for them to arrive at their doors, free of a shipping charge.
For more information, visit GreenJarExpress.com.
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