A: Orders are due each week onThursday at 9PM in order to receive your meal prep for the following Monday or Tuesday.
Our food is processed in a facility that also uses all common food allergens (dairy/cow’s milk, eggs, tree nuts, peanuts, shellfish, soy, fish). We currently do not process any gluten in our kitchen.
There is no minimum order! We understand that sometimes you just need to supplement your meals, so maybe you only need help with your weekly lunches or perhaps sweet treats are your jam, while others want coverage for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Either way, we've got you!
Our individual meals serve one. 4 oz. meals contain 4 oz. of protein and 6 oz. meals contain 6 oz. of protein. You can customize your macros by scheduling a consultation with Khloe at PrepToTableQC@gmail.com.
We source our ingredients locally when available. Our buyers have a keen eye for ingredients and source only the highest quality for your table!
No, none of our meals contain ingredients that contain gluten.
Yes, we do offer dairy in select meals but with the option to opt out of most. We do offer the dairy-free options with Follow Your Heart Dairy-free Cheese.
Please email email@example.com if that is something you are interested in at this time. If there is more interest, we can try to add those back to the menu. Thank you for your feedback.
Mondays 5PM Spotlight Event Center, 1800 7th Ave, Moline IL (SW corner, STAFF ONLY DOORS) Send a text and we will bring it to your car. Tuesdays During Business Hours at the following gyms - Live Active 563, 983 40th Ave, Bettendorf IA -New City Crossfit, 640 29th St, Bettendorf IA -Crossfit Millstone, 7529 State Street, Bettendorf IA -The MoveMeant, 1567 36th Ave, Moline IL
We deliver to the Quad Cities on Monday afternoon and evenings. We cannot guarantee a specific time each week as the number of orders, clientele and delivery routes change weekly. You MUST leave a cooler (or two) outside if you will be gone. Otherwise we will plan to leave your meals at the nearest drop off location. Leaving a cooler out on Mondays ensures success and prevents food spoilage even in the winter and helps stave off wild animals.