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If you live inside of 470, we deliver to you. This includes all of Denver, Arvada, Aurora, Broomfield, Centennial, Cherry Hills Village, Greenwood Village, Lakewood, Littleton, Northglenn, Superior, Thornton, Westminster and Wheat Ridge. We also deliver to Highlands Ranch, Ken Caryl, Lone Tree, Golden (east of the foothills, not Genessee, Lookout Mountain or up any canyons), Parker and Boulder (east of the foothills, not up any canyons). We do not yet deliver to Castle Pines, Castle Rock or Evergreen.
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Yes, Sunday only. Spend less time on your screen managing orders, deliveries, etc. Order once and eat all week (or at least a night or two). A little planning goes a long way toward a more healthy and less stressful week.
Our meals cost $29 for two servings. Additional servings cost $10 per meal. (We do not offer single serving meals at this time.)
Our meals are portioned family-style. Two-serving meals are often portioned into one container. (For example, two servings of chicken pot pie will arrive in one container.) We portion our proteins and sides based on weight: generally four-six ounces of protein per serving, and approximately six ounces of a side dish per serving, depending on various factors.
We serve beef and chicken that is 100% hormone and antibiotic-free. Our beef or chicken is called “never ever,” which means animals have never been given hormones or antibiotics. Our chicken is marketed under the name Regal Crest Farms. Our beef is certified Black Angus quality and marketed under the name Gold Canyon Gourmet Beef. We use sausage made locally by Paisano Sausage Company.
Yes. Our natural fiber containers are oven and microwave-safe. We limit the amount of plastic containers as much as possible and based on scientific research we do not advise eating food from reheated plastic containers.