Life around here has been chaotic to say the least, so I have been loving having Eat Pak'd as my go to resource for healthy and easy lunches for my older two kiddos. Eat Pak'd provides families with healthy, kid approved meals right to their front door through a subscription service. Imagine no meal prep, no clean up, just a few clicks on your computer and a nice cold delivery at your door. SO EASY!!!!
I am really picky when it comes to what my kids eat, I want to keep it GMO, organic, hormone free as much as possible and Eat Pak'd feels the same way I do and they keep their lunch packs filled with yummy and healthy food for kids of all ages. The Paks are designed by nutritionists and then created by chefs - they take such care of all the meals they send out and make sure to limit sugars and sodium as often as they can.
Freshness: One thing I was concerned with was how the food could stay fresh all week when it had to be prepped and then shipped. I am pleased to say that we can eat them all the way through Friday with no problems. The Paks are created the day they are sent out and they are sent in a cold, insulated box.
Price: Let's talk about price - you're getting healthy food delivered to your door with very little work from you. Sounds too good to be true? I promise it's great AND true. They are also very affordable. You can get 12 Paks for $72, which makes it $6 a pack. They also have other options if you don't need 12...you can order as little as 5 or as many as 12. You can also use code "614MOM" for $20 off your first order of 5 Paks (That makes it $16.30 for your first order)
In February I hosted the Eat Pak'd Launch Party at Firefly Play Cafe in Clintonville and shared my love for Eat Pak'd with some of my favorite Columbus bloggers. You may have seen some Paks on their feeds. Check out some pictures from the event and be sure to head to Eat Pak'd and use code "614MOM" to give Eat Pak'd a try! You won't regret it.
Scroll all the way down to the bottom to enter to win TWO FREE Weeks of Eat Pak'd 4 Pak Service. :)
Thank you to Amy from Beloved Photography for great shots of the entire evening.