Attention health food nuts: Don't miss the new Fitlife Foods location in downtown St. Pete.
Open to the public as of Monday, January 28th, the 1,200-square-feet store is the fourth location in the Tampa Bay area, offering flavorful, healthy and convenient prepared meals -- “indulgently fit prepared meals.”
Fitlife Owner and CEO David Osterweil says Fitlife Foods
is all about powerfully good, made-from-scratch, fresh
prepared breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack options. Whether you're looking for a healthy bagel sandwich, Mexican veggie melt (aka nachos), feel good chicken tenders or snicker doodle cookies -- Fitlife Foods has you covered, using unique ingredients to make all of your favorite foods guilt free
“What law says you can't eat the foods that you crave and have it be nutritious and delicious as well?” Osterweil says. “It doesn't matter whether you are running a marathon, running behind on time or just trying to manage your busy life. Fitlife Foods is there to make it easier for you.”
The first Fitlife location opened in February 2011 on South Dale Mabry Highway in South Tampa. Since, additional locations
have made their way to North Tampa and Clearwater. The new St. Pete location includes the local chain's newest interior design with an interactive chalkboard for guests to post health and fitness goals.
“St. Petersburg is a dynamic market in the Tampa Bay metro area with many people who are on the go and are looking for food to power them through their busy days,” Osterweil says. “Many residents
of the area have been coming to our Tampa and Clearwater locations for some time and we wanted to reach out to this important cultural center in our community.”
Fitlife Foods offers health and weight loss programs to help kick start residents who are trying to drop inches and pounds, including the new Project U
program and the 7, 14 and 21 Day Project (formerly the 21 Day Challenge).
“We really want people to be able to enjoy all of their favorite foods while getting fit in 2013!”
Writer: Alexis Quinn Chamberlain
Source: David Osterweil, Fitlife Foods