Meal delivery firm opening 2nd location in Hollywood

Oakland Park-based DeliverLean delivers dietitian-approved meals in South Florida

TRD MIAMI /
Apr.April 23, 2017 03:00 PM

Scott Harris

Oakland Park-based DeliverLean, a South Florida meal delivery service, has added a second facility in Hollywood.

The six-year-old company has added a 16,000-square-foot facility at 2050 McKinley Street in Hollywood, where it will have 50 employees, increasing its total work force to about 200.

The company, which delivers to customers throughout South Florida, said in a press release that its expansion to a second facility in Hollywood “is the next step as the company looks to grow its footprint on a national scale.”

DeliverLean sells dietitian-approved meals with no additives and no added salt. The company caters to individuals with gluten-free, Paleo, vegetarian and vegan diets.

Its meals include lean proteins, fresh vegetables and complex carbohydrates, and they range from 300 to 500 calories each.

The company has a line of healthy snacks and desserts, cold-pressed organic juices and cleanses, too. It also offers DLrevAMP, the first USDA-certified, organic plant-based food detox program.

DeliverLean also has a corporate wellness division and now offers lunch delivery and catering options to companies.


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