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Healthy Lunches To Order

Healthy Lunches To Order

Hungry?            But no time to leave your desk?

Healthy?           But nothing at the local lunch bar tickles your fancy?

Cash tight?       But you still want something delicious and delivered?

Then check out for online ordering and delivery to your door for freshly made, and absolutely delicious salads, fruit and salad meals.  From the ‘Little Ripper’ salad packed with feta-stuffed red peppers, to Orzo and Tuna, Greek or Waldorf, traditional Coleslaw, Bean and fruit salads – the choices are amazing, tasty and fresh good value.

Fresh to Go has long been a leading supplier to delis all over the country.  Now they’ve spied an opportunity to give those of us who are trapped at our desks a healthier and more delicious choice. Many of us find it hard to get away from work to grab a healthy lunch – and we fall into the trap of getting whatever is easiest – it’s not always the best option.

Tracey Robinson, owner of Fresh to Go says, “add in the fact that summer’s here and the one-ab stomach really needs to move closer to a 6-ab look – well we’ve seen an opening for an innovative solution to the ever-present ‘what can I have for lunch?’ problem.  We really know our salads and we know what tickles peoples’ tastebuds.  So we looked at ways of getting our healthy salads out to more people in different ways.  Online ordering is so easy.”

“Our website solution has one unique feature – ‘share my order’ which allows a bunch of people in one place to order at once, but pay separately.  There’s nothing worse than chasing mates for money – so we developed a way for people to order together, take advantage of free or discounted delivery and pay for their own meal.  It makes sense to us.

“We go all out to make the freshest, most delicious salads every day.  Some you can use as a meal, others on the side.  You could order for work, dinner, family celebrations, office shouts, your hangi or the Christmas barbecue and have them delivered to home, the office, your school, uni, club – the possibilities are endless.

Tracey is excited about the new service from – and has fielded a lot of positive comments. 

For every order placed before the 19th of December 2008 will throw in a free 200g salad of your choice.  Get in quick – and make a fresh choice for lunch today.



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