We’ve extolled the virtues of Meal in a Jar many times before - and if you’re a customer, you know why. The convenience, the benefits of eating well, the delicious meal options...we could go on. You might say we’re like kittens, or Beyonce...easy to love. (But unlike a world famous pop music superstar, we’ll show up at your house anytime you want.)
If you’ve just discovered Meal in a Jar and aren’t sure if it’s right for you, let us help. Are you one of these people? Do you KNOW one of these people? If so, get ready to place your order and fall in love. Here are five people who need Meal in a Jar in their life:
The Career Person
When you’re a busy professional with a demanding job, eating well often falls to the bottom of your priority list. Fight the urge to live on coffee and protein bars - there’s a better way. Our hearty meals make an easy at-home or in-office lunch (or dinner) that will satisfy your appetite and give you the energy you need to keep going.
The New Homeowner
Moving is tough. You’re tired, your things are in boxes, and Lord only knows what’s in your fridge (if you have a fridge at all). Don’t order a greasy pizza - plan ahead and grab some Meals in a Jar to keep on hand. They’ll stay fresh for seven days and keep you out of the drive-thru line. Buy it for yourself, for that loved one who just moved, or if you’re the best realtor ever, for your clients.
The ‘Get Well’ Guy
If you’ve had surgery, are dealing with an injury or recovering from an illness, Meal in a Jar is a great option that allows you to eat well without lifting a finger. Similarly, it’s a great gift to send to someone who is on the mend or busy caring for a loved one. Think of that friend or co-worker who is supporting their spouse through an illness - sending Meal in a Jar is kind, thoughtful and practical.
The New Mom
New moms are basically superheroes surviving on adrenaline and love. Their bodies are recovering from a tremendous event, they’re definitely not getting as much sleep as they need, and they’re completely focused on caring for their newborn baby. Don’t send flowers - send food! Healthy food that doesn’t need cooking, prep, or even clean up. She’ll thank you.
Students are notoriously bad at caring for themselves, whether it’s a dependency on ramen or a lack of sleep. Maybe it’s exam time or maybe it’s a regular Tuesday - you need a decent meal and you need it now. Meal in a Jar stores well in your dorm or apartment fridge for a full week. It’s tasty, healthy, and convenient - so make mom happy and fill up on good food! It almost makes up for those beers you had at the pub on Thursday. Almost.