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Fed has developed a Meal Club that delivers all the nutrients that the average Canadian needs, on a daily basis. Our breakfast + lunch + dinner combo provides 100% of your Recommended Dietary Intake (for adults). We track over 30 nutrients when developing our Full Nutrition™ menu.

Sample Meals

Breakfast

Eating breakfast can prevent evening snacking and late night over indulging. If you’re looking to revamp your eating habits and limit late night cupboard searches, why not start with a Fed breakfast? Each breakfast comes with a fruit cup for you to save for a snack later that day!

- All breakfasts contain at least as much protein as the average protein bar
- Packed with calcium - one of the most under consumed nutrient in Canadian adults

Cinnamon-Apple-French-Toast

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Cheesesteak Breakfast Wrap

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Caramel Oatmeal Dream

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Lunch

Our lunches are designed to give you the energy and brain power you need to get through the rest of your day, without that undesired heavy feeling that can come with an overfilling, high fat or high carb lunch. Focused on fresh vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins our balanced lunches will boost you up - not drag you down.

- Fresh, homemade dressings that rotate weekly
- Full of magnesium rich foods like nuts, seeds, edamame, or spinach

Moroccan Beef over Couscous

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Colorful Tofu Bowl

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Chicken Sweet Potato Salad

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Dinner

Warm and filling, our dinners provide a meal that is both healthy and comforting. Familiar dishes like Sweet Potato Shepherd's Pie or Healthy Butter Chicken are carefully portioned to satisfy your cravings and prep you for a restful night’s sleep - all without the hassle and mess of pots and pans.

- Varied vegetarian and meat protein sources
- Great source of vitamin E and heart healthy polyunsaturated fats

Soy Salmon and Soba Noodles

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Sweet and Sour Pork Meatballs

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Ratatouille

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