Everytable is now delivering their fresh, nutritious chef-prepared meals to homes throughout the Bay Area. The company recently announced plans to serve 36 zip codes within Santa Clara County, with intentions to expand into more than 200 zip codes across the Bay Area and Sacramento this year.
Customers can subscribe to Everytable’s affordable and customizable meal plans with more than 30 permanent and seasonal offerings for breakfast, lunch and dinner. From popular dishes such as Homegirl Salmon Adobo and Smoky Spanish Rice & Shrimp, to wraps, snacks, smoothies, desserts and more, there is something to suit everyone’s lifestyle.
At Everytable, meals average between $6.50 to $8.75, as the menus are priced based on the median household income of each zip code. This is part of Everytable’s mission to make nutritious meals accessible and affordable for all, especially in food deserts where underserved communities have little to no access to quick, healthy meals.
“As our team works to revolutionize the food system across the country, serving nutritious meals that are as accessible and affordable as fast food, we are proud to begin serving the Bay Area,” Everytable CEO Sam Polk says in a press release. “Neighborhoods across Silicon Valley and beyond, where food insecurity has been exacerbated by the pandemic, will soon have greater access to delicious, health-forward meals.”
Amid launching their delivery program, Everytable has already begun scouting retail locations in the region. Their grab-and-go storefronts will offer an additional ease of access to the communities which they serve.
What Now San Francisco has obtained public records for 2305 Telegraph Ave. in Berkeley with Everytable’s name attached. Representatives for Everytable tell us that they are looking into this space, among several other leases that are in the works. No opening dates have been announced.
For more information, visit everytable.com.