Jenny Craig Launches Fully Prepared and Delivered Meals

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Jenny Craig Launches Fully Prepared and Delivered Meals
Jenny Craig Launches Fully Prepared and Delivered Meals

Weight management company Jenny Craig has launched its own line of freshly prepared meals that can be delivered directly to customers’ doors.

The new offering aims to give customers more ways to reach their weight goals and maintain their results with meals that have been developed by nutritionists and crafted by chefs with wholesome ingredients, like organic fresh vegetables and sustainably raised, antibiotic- and hormone-free poultry and meats.

“Our Jenny Fresh launch is a huge milestone for us as we are the first major weight loss brand to produce a fresh meal line and deliver it directly to consumers,” said Mandy Dowson, CEO of Jenny Craig.

"Beyond proven weight loss and weight management results, what Jenny Craig is most well-known for is our delicious and versatile meal offerings - and Jenny Fresh is the next evolution of that mission."

The meals are protein-packed, rich in fiber, and are just under 350 calories to support a healthier lifestyle. Additionally, customers can choose to opt for gluten-free options. 

For Jenny Craig clients interested in trying the service, the company is offering a bundle of seven dishes for $99 for one week of meals starting mid-January to celebrate the launch.

The Jenny Fresh offering includes:

  • Chicken & Red Rice Power Bowl
  • Chicken & Vegetable Stir Fry
  • Braised Pork Burrito Bowl
  • Zesty Black Bean Quinoa Bowl
  • Chicken Penne Parmesan
  • Chicken Chile Verde Bake
  • Deconstructed Chicken Sausage Pizza

These meal options are being sold separately from Jenny Craig’s weight loss and healthy meal plans but can be integrated seamlessly into different programs.

Photo credit: Jenny Craig

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