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Meal delivery has come a long way in the past few years.

Sadly, we usually pull up an app to have fried chicken, pizza and beer delivered to our doorstep. But there’s a healthy new-to-Dallas player in the prepared-meals arena that’s been wowing customers in California and the greater DC area.

Get to know Territory Foods, a company that provides tasty meals from responsibly sourced ingredients free of gluten, dairy and refined sugars. You can select a variety of lifestyle options from Whole 30 to Keto, too, or simply pick meals that sound delicious to you.

Best of all, the recipes are created by local chefs from five different Dallas catering and meal-prep businesses. And with every purchase you make, Territory works to give back in a variety of ways to help those who struggle with hunger right here in the United States.

We tried out a couple of meals last week and loved them both. Filling and full of flavor, each option we sampled made us happy we were being healthy without the boring options that often equate with eating better.

Meals run $10 to $13 depending on the portion size you require and you can pick up your meals at a variety of gyms and other locations around Dallas. Or have them shipped right to your home in packaging that keeps everything nice and cold.

If you want a low-risk trial, use code LHGC for $50 off ($25 applied to your first order, $25 applied to your second order).

Because if you have good-for-you options already in the refrigerator, you’re much less likely to dial up a bucket of hot wings from your phone.

At least that’s the goal.

Territory Foods
Use code LHGC for $50 off
territoryfoods.com

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