What You'll Get
Eating healthy can raise questions such as, "Are crayons a fruit or a vegetable?" and "How many steaks does a growing baby need?" Answer culinary questions with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of organic deli food to go at Eat Healthy Foods on 12th Avenue.
Eat Healthy Foods sells a healthy array of organic, locally-produced foods, free-range meats, and natural products from their quaint but massively stocked storefront. Swing by the bustling deli and pick up a barbecue chicken ($5) or vegan tempeh ($5) sandwich made with sprouted and whole-grain bread, and grab a banana chocolate chip muffin ($1.50) or ginger snap cookie ($1.50) sweetened with fruit purée for dessert. Warm wind-ravaged bones on face mask worthy days with a single serving of hearty bison chili ($6.25) or legume-laden African peanut curry ($4.50). The deli also offers a palate-pleasing plethora of salads and dips served by weight, such as tabbouleh, carrot salad, cheddar pasta salad, hummus, and grandma’s magic many bean salad—a supernatural selection of beans that bestows eaters with the power of levitation.
Besides providing patrons with nutrient-rich cuisine, Eat Healthy Foods also serves the community by working with local food banks, non-profit organizations, and environmental initiatives. They support local farmers and fair trade groups, also minimizing their own environmental impact by recycling most of their waste and leaving the excess for experimental research into trash-powered chess computers.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 25, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid for deli only. Valid for carryout only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Eat Healthy Foods
A catering service, and grocery store, Eat Healthy Foods spreads a simple and straightforward message—one the founders believe in so strongly that they made it the company’s name. Yet by encouraging people to eat healthy foods, the eatery is concerned with health and well-being not only at the personal level but also at the global level. The founders believe companies and individuals share a responsibility to protect and preserve the earth, and it all starts with food.
Enticing baskets of tomatoes, radishes, potatoes, and other locally grown and organic produce populate the store. Scattered intermittently throughout are other products—preserved naturally and made with the least amount of processing and butterfly labour possible—that come from environmentally responsible companies across the world. In the restaurant, chefs prepare vegan, vegetarian, and meat-friendly meals, such as Mediterranean-style bean salads, fried tempeh sandwiches, and free-range bison burgers. Bakers, meanwhile, pull decadent sweets from the oven, sating sweet tooths with gingersnap cookies, chocolate zucchini loaves, and peanut-butter bliss balls, which are made without eggs and dairy.