Got Meals has been dedicated to providing healthier prepared food options from day one. Our goal is to provide both a superior quality options and only the freshest ingredients for our customers. Refrigerator fresh whole foods. Choose 100% Natural preservative free. Marinated vegetable and chicken blends. We love our customers and welcome your feedback and suggestions. Use our Contact Us page to tell us what we’re doing right or what we can improve on.
This company and its products were created as a way to provide top quality nutrition for an affordable price. We offer the most nutrient dense functional foods Mother Nature has to offer for a fraction of what the ingredients would cost individually.
Our goal is to make health the easy choice in life. We each battle our own illnesses and understand that life is hard enough, eating healthy should be simple, delicious and satisfying. Quality in what we consume is everything. The ingredients in GotMeals enable our patrons to be active, on the go, feel great and be fully nourished. I am sure that there are many of you who face your own health challenges and GotMeals was created to help support your overall well being in life by enhancing healthy function and metabolic activity of cells in your body.
We Believe in 3 Primary Principals Behind Being a Healthy Person…
Reduce inflammation in our bodies. Eat food with intention. Choose items that contain naturally occurring anti-inflammatory properties. One of the root sources of pain and discomfort is directly related to swelling and/or inflammatory responses.
Focus on building the immune system, this is your army, the body’s defense system or “homeland security”.
Always consume high content antioxidants that assist in our bodies cleansing function to help rid it of free radicals (also known as oxidative stress). Antioxidants work as a detergent for our tissues just as bleach takes out stains out of a white T-shirt.
These three principles are the foundation of all of our products. From our Original Flavored Ginger Carrot & Buttery Mushroom and on to our new releases of 2017… the wildly popular Fire Steamed Brussels Sprouts and our Sauté Cannellini Beans & Celery.
Our goal in 2017 is to nourish the relationship we have with you and build value within it, include your stories within ours. Let you be the voice that praises the goodness behind what we call GotMeals. This is a lifestyle that we promote for those interested in feeling vitally alive & well and growing old gracefully… to put it simply. Our products contain potent phytonutrients that truly affect how we feel and function on a daily basis. Optimal health & function is our goal and should be yours as well. We worked very hard to make health taste amazing.
It’s that time of year to make resolutions for how 2017 will play out for you. It all starts with how you feel. People make life changing decisions because they feel bad. How many times have you chosen a comfort food over something healthy because of a headache, stomach discomfort, stress or just plain tired all the time? If we consume better nutrition, we will think and feel better, we will function at a higher level. Choose health as your way of life this year. It’s totally worth it.
So hang on tight, 2017 is going to be explosive not only for us but for you too. Our focus is our customers and we want to be the catalyst for the success that you will achieve this coming year. Whether you have weight loss goals, career improvements, health milestones or just want more energy… Let GotMeals help you reach those goals with good solid nutrition. It all starts with a foundation of good decisions and that tends to have a compounding effect on your life. Energy, Focus, Mood. Make GotMeals that 1st good decision of the New Year!!!
It all starts and ends with you,
The USDA National Organic Program (NOP) defines organic as follows:
Organic food is produced by farmers who emphasize the use of renewable resources and the conservation of soil and water to enhance environmental quality for future generations. Organic meat, poultry, eggs, and dairy products come from animals that are given no antibiotics or growth hormones. Organic food is produced without using most conventional pesticides; fertilizers made with synthetic ingredients or sewage sludge; bioengineering; or ionizing radiation. Before a product can be labeled “organic,” a Government-approved certifier inspects the farm where the food is grown to make sure the farmer is following all the rules necessary to meet USDA organic standards. Companies that handle or process organic food before it gets to your local supermarket or restaurant must be certified, too. Occasionally people confuse a product being called organic as the same as being all natural. All natural products may not contain any additives or preservatives, but it does not mean that they are organic. They can be all natural, but contain products that are not grown or produced organically.
There is often a question as to why organic food tends to be more expensive than non-organic food? Organic foods are processed in a different and more regulated way than non-organic foods. This causes the production cost to be a little higher. Also, organic farmers do not receive federal subsidies like conventional farmers. Therefore, the higher cost of organic products represents a more true cost of growing. Organically grown products are much more labor intensive since there are no chemicals used to aid in growing and prevent insects from ruining crops. The organic methods of growing require much more management than conventional farming. Most organic products are grown in much smaller areas than conventional products. This smaller amount of land produces less overall organic products in comparison to standard products. Thus, the smaller supply of organic products also contributes to the higher price.
Becoming certified organic is not an easy task. Our facility had to pass many different types of inspections. Strict and accurate monitoring of all of the organic products is essential in maintaining our certification. We must keep current records of all received and shipped organic merchandise. Current records of the organic farmers must be kept as well.