GMeals is a new pre-made, healthier foods concept in Louisville. Other similar concepts have sprung up in other cities with varying degrees of success, but GMeals is the first such concept to spring up in the Derby City that focuses on viral distribution. GMeals operates out of a central kitchen which packages fresh meals on a daily basis, and distributes them around the city to several convenient locations for customer pickup. While other companies focus on speed and price, GMeals aims to provide a delicious, fresh meal that is easy on the wallet.
With the vision of John Shaw-Woo, founding member, and the expertise of GMeals' culinary team, GMeals aims to be the leader of fresh tasting, affordable food in Louisville. In today's society, with our busy schedules, the time to prepare a healthy meal at home can be hard to come by. GMeals' philosophy is that nobody should ever be forced to choose the unhealthy option. Now they no longer have to.
While GMeals has only been opened since mid-January (2012), we are always looking for new ideas and locations to serve. If you have any questions, comments or concerns please feel free to e-mail us at: info@GMeals.com or Subscribe to our newsletter. We appreciate the continued support of our customers and look forward to serving you in the years to come.
Your meals are fresh, with no added preservatives and never frozen. Consume 4 days after purchase. Please do not over order. GMeals is a Kentucky Proud member that prides itself in buying local!.
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In February 2012, GMeals opened its first location on Poplar Level Road. Today it has five locations throughout the city and is continuing to expand at a rapid pace.
GMeals' success is due to its loyal customers and community supporters, who are committed to health and wellness through their quests for healthier nutritional meal options.
GMeals is a Kentucky Proud Member that prides itself on buying local and is committed to supporting local farmers though partnerships and collaborations.
GMeals is also committed to local organizations that are making a difference in the lives of Children, Diabetics, Homebound Individuals, Seniors, and School Kids.
With obesity rates increasing like never before, GMeals had developed its pre-made meals offerings around Diabetes and is proud to say that its pre-made meals are "Diabetic-Friendly".
GMeals congratulates local companies and institutions, who are taking a "proactive" approach to employee wellness by seeking healthier meal options for their employees, which in turn "not only" benefits the employee, but also benefits the community as a whole.
Join us in our quest to change the way America Eats, by joining us on Facebook, where you will be encouraged to share your suggestions and concerns about issues affecting America's food supply.Everyone Has A Part To Play!
John Howard Shaw-Woo - Owner
GMeals Holiday Feast
The Holiday Season is a special time of the year to spend with family and friends, so let GMeals provide an easy way for you to treasure those moments by allowing us to deliver delicious family-style meals to your home.
GMeals is a Kentucky Proud Members and prides itself on providing fresh delicious products to its customers.
Family of 4 or MORE!
Corporate Weekly Lunch-Card
GMeals now offering corporate employees healthy lunch options without ever leaving the office. Participants will receive one GMeals Meal Combo each day for lunch, Monday-Friday. Lunches will be delivered at a particular time each day for convenience. Program requires 20+ employee participation!
Call (502)966-3200 for details!
Weekly Meal Plan Program
...GMEALS IS THE ANSWER!GMeals is excited to offer two types of weekly meal plans, consisting of a Regular Comfort Meal Plan and a Weight-Reduction Meal Plan. All meals are diabetic-friendly and contain no added preservatives or Trans fats. GMeals’ easy online ordering process allows customers to build their own meal plans by selecting meal items most appealing to them. GMeals offers 4-day and 7-day meals plans centered on two meals per day or three meals per day.
Includes delivery or shipping anywhere in US via UPS
3 Meals Per Day Meal PlansWeight-Reduction Meal Plan:
7-day meal/ 21 Items (3 meals per day) GMeals Weight-reduction Meal Plan: $156.00
4-day meal plan/ 12 Items (3 meals per day) GMeals Weight-reduction Meal Plan: $90.00
Regular Comfort Meal Plan:
7-day meal plan/ 21 Items (3 meal per day) GMeals Regular Meal plan: $123.00
4-day meal plan/ 12 Items (3 meals per day) GMeals Regular Meal Plan: $74.00
2 Meals Per Day Meal PlansWeight-Reduction Meal Plan:
7-day meal/ 14 Items (2 meals per day) GMeals Weight-reduction Meal Plan: $105.00
4-day meal plan/ 8Items (2 meals per day) GMeals Weight-reduction Meal Plan: $60.00
Regular Comfort Meal Plan:
7-day meal plan/ 14 Items (2 meal per day) GMeals Regular Meal plan: $86.00
4-day meal plan/ 8 Items (2 meals per day) GMeals Regular Meal Plan: $49.00
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...GMEALS IS THE ANSWER!With an increase in obesity throughout the United States, today corporations are seeking healthier meal alternatives for their employees as a way of improving the lives of their employees, and in doing so will result in a lowering of insurance premiums for the company over time. The following article details a fresh outlook on innovative employee healthy initiative programs for employers.
From Article: Making the "Body Corporate" Healthy Starts with Employees Elliot Clark, None
One of the most clearly defined areas of crossover between corporate responsibility and other departments of any big business is the intersection between corporate responsibility and human resources. Employee health and wellness should be at the core of any executive leadership agenda. I have spent considerable time in my career in the presence of the CEO's of major companies. When you ask them about what concerns them, talent is always near the top of their lists. Concern for talent needs to extend well past the recruitment and retention of competence to the availability to perform physically, emotionally and mentally. Some companies assume that the provision of a health plan is sufficient. After all, they have dial-up numbers to promote wellness, but do their plans have programs to foster involvement and prevention? Not all do, and some H.R. departments no longer have the resources to promote in-house programs, or never did. Some companies have on-site cafeterias that are managed by food service providers but do not seem to take an interest in the health quality of the menu choices offered to employees. I remember walking around the cafeteria of a large consulting firm looking for something healthy to eat (the salads were pre-packed and full of junk calories, too). I finally bought a PowerBar from a candy bar rack and left. By the way, we had just been talking to one of the practice leaders about Affordable Healthcare Act issues. A newsflash for their executive team: Reducing the amount of cholesterol laden food served in your enormous lunchroom will lower national health care costs faster than any Congressional mandate. I have sat through countless debates among industrial psychologists about whether employees who have higher "engagement scores are more "productive," and how to measure that. Here is another shocking but intuitively acceptable hypothesis: Employees who are alive and healthy are more productive. I believe that even with a small team of researchers this can be proven pretty easily. It is a given that corporate responsibility initiatives or human resources initiatives are complex and difficult to implement. Putting a gym in a major office center, monitoring the food served in the cafeteria, and building organized participation in community-based fitness programs such as the Fit- Friendly Campaign by AHA are not expensive or difficult to implement. They are a win for both C.R. and H.R., one that companies can put in place quickly to benefit their employees and their bottom lines. Sick workers make fewer widgets, and dead ones, well, they won't meet quota either.
GMeals is available to assist in improving the health of your employees, and in doing so should result in a lowering of insurance premiums for your company over time. If you are a corporation in need of a healthy employee meal program, please give GMeals a call 502-966-3200. CALL 502-966-3200
Private School Meal Program
...GMEALS IS THE ANSWER!
GMeals' unique Green-bag school lunch delivery program makes it easy for students and parents to preorder fresh and nutritious lunches for daily school delivery! Lunches are prepared daily by GMeals' executive chef, Al Papsodero, and his culinary team. Green-bag lunches are delivered to school prior to lunch period. GMeals easy ordering process makes it easy for busy parents to manage what their children are eating.
GMeals opened its first location in February 2012 in Louisville, Kentucky. And we currently have five locations servicing our community.
GMeals' Private School Green-bag Lunch Program's success is due to the superior food quality and the fact that kids and parents have a choice in what they choose to eat. Given the ability to make daily choices about what they eat every day, students learn the importance of food choices and that nutrition matters.
Because we provide so many choices, students and parents learn to expand their horizons and try new foods that they normally would not. The freshness of our meals inspire students and parents to make nutrition a priority for years to come.
If you are a school in need of our student lunch service or student/parent interested in participating in GMeals Green-bag Lunch Program, please email us at Info@GMeals.com or call 502-966-3200. We are available to assist you 8AM-5PM Monday-Friday.
Drop-off Catering Program
...GMEALS IS THE ANSWER!
GMeals Drop-off Catering can be as simple or as elegant as it sounds. From business meeting lunches to elaborate party service, we will have you covered. GMeals can provide your office, home, or event with food ranging from box lunches to cuisine from regions and culture around the world. Our freshly made dishes will be delivered hot or cold to your location and will be elegantly displayed for your clients or guests. Our offerings are ideal for family gatherings or professional presentations when attendees are seeking a healthier alternative to fast-food. GMeals Drop-off Catering offers the quality of cuisine with the casual staging of a buffet style.
HOW IT WORKS
GMeals will leave you with the hot or cold dishes that you ordered in service containers along with utensils, napkins, and plates. This type of service does not include a wait staff, so it is ideal for a buffet style lunch or dinner events. If you don't know the preferences of your clients or guests then GMeals can provide both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. In addition, the type of event influences the food expectations. For example, child's parties are expected to have finger foods, sweets, and colorfully appealing dishes. GMeals Drop-off Catering can be ideal for a one time wedding celebration or a weekly corporate lunch meeting. Hot or cold, we have you covered! When it comes to Drop-off Catering, event planners know that this system is invaluable for ease of refreshments in venues where kitchens are not available.
If you are interested in GMeals Drop-off Catering Services, please email us at Info@GMeals.com or call 502-966-3200. We are available to assist you 8AM-5PM Monday-Friday.
Childcare Facility Program
...GMEALS IS THE ANSWER!
What Parents Should Know About the Benefits of the Child and Adult Care Food Program
The child care facility you have chosen may participate or be eligible to participate in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). The main goal of this program is to insure that children in participating child care centers and family child care homes receive healthful meals and snacks and child care providers receive training in nutrition. Children and providers learn about food and healthy eating. Nutrition is an important part of good child care and a healthy lifestyle. All children need well-planned meals and snacks that provide a variety of foods and the nutrients needed for good health and energy. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), through the New York State Department of Health, helps child care providers pay for meals and snacks that meet nutrition requirements for breakfast, lunch or supper, and snacks. A meal pattern outlines the kinds and amounts of food that must be served. Training and educational programs are also offered to child care providers that participate on the CACFP.
Child care facilities on this program:
Care about good nutrition for children Plan nutritious meals and snacks Help children learn and feel positive about food and eating
You should also know that:1. Your child care provider may ask you to complete certain forms required by CACFP. 2. Special arrangements can be made for meals and snacks at child care for children with special nutrition needs. 3. To help manage the program better, you may be contacted at some time and asked about the type and quality of meals that your child receives while in care. 4. Your caregiver plans menus for meals and snacks and will be glad to show them to you.
Working together, you and your caregivers can help your child establish healthful food habits that will last a lifetime. You may receive other information from your caregiver that will suggest ways you can help your child learn about food and healthy eating. As a parent, you are the most important teacher your child will ever have. By practicing good health habits, including healthy eating, you can give your child a head start on a healthy lifestyle.If you are a Daycare Facility in need of a Healthy meals program, please email us at Info@GMeals.com or call 502-966-3200. We are available to assist you 8AM-5PM Monday-Friday.
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- GMeals UofL Health Care Outpatient Center (HCOC Building)
- Frankfort CHR Building
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- Frankfort State Capitol Building 1
- American Printing House for The Blind
- The Hillibrand House
- L&N Building
- Louisville's Hall of Justice Building
NEW Gmeals Cajun Restaurant
Cajun Cuisine (French: Cuisine Acadienne [kuizin akadjen]) is the style of cooking named for the French-speaking Acadian or "Cajun" immigrants deported by the British from Acadia in Canada to the Acadiana region of Louisiana, USA. It is what could be called a rustic cuisine - locally available ingredients predominate, and preparation is simple. An authentic Cajun meal is usually a three-pot affair, with one pot dedicated to the main dish, one dedicated to steamed rice, special made sausages, or some other seafood dish, and the third containing whatever vegetable is plentiful or available. Ground Cayenne & Fresh Black Pepper are used often.
The aromatic vegetables bell pepper (poivron), onion, and celery are called by some chefs the holy trinity of Creole and Cajun cuisines. Roughly diced and combined in cooking, the method is similar to the use of the mire poix in traditional French cuisine - which blends roughly diced onion, celery, and carrot. Characteristic aromatics for the Cajun version may also include parsley, bay leaf, green onions, and dried cayenne pepper.
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