Brown Bag Gourmet Lunch Delivery Brings Healthy Meals to Your Door

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April 12, 2012

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Brown Bag Gourmet Lunch Delivery Brings Healthy Meals to Your Door As medical experts stress healthy eating habits as the core to longevity and combating chronic diseases, local lunch delivery and catering company Brown Bag is bringing creative and nutritious lunch options to Bahamians with the added convenience of free delivery.

Launched in March 2011, the growing company serves up balanced meals comprised of a main course and dessert conveniently delivered to your office or home for $15. “You donʼt have to sacrifice great taste for nutritious meals,” stated head chef Trevor Miller who has been working in the culinary field as a chef for more than 10 years. “My aim is to consistently deliver creative and delicious lunch menus that are also good for you.”

Brown Bag offers lunch deliveries every Wednesday with two menu options to choose from both containing a protein, carbohydrate and vegetable component. The ʻlighter fareʼ option, typically a signature salad, offers customers the added value of corresponding nutritional facts - ideal for persons wishing to monitor their caloric, sodium and sugar intake.

“Many professionals get so caught up in the workday and neglect to eat a balanced meal which is so vital to providing them with the energy needed to stay focused the entire day,” stated owner Tyrina Neely. “Brown Bag solves that problem.” Orders must be placed at least one day in advance via telephone or email. Menus can be viewed on the companyʼs website or brownbaggourmet.

Brown Bag lunch delivery and catering company has serviced many major organisations since its launch. The company makes use of locally grown produce, items made in The Bahamas and organic products whenever possible.

News date : 04/12/2012    Category : About Bahamians, Business, Food/Cooking, Press Releases

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