Roots of Health Meal Delivery

Selina Whittaker Photography Toronto meal delivery, wholesome, nutritious

We are enjoying Family Day Weekend with our families this week.

Our next menu will be posted on Februray 21st for delivery on February 26th.

Have a wonderful long weekend!!

Delivering nourishing, organic prepared meals to busy individuals and families across Toronto to enjoy throughout the week.

Choose from a diverse new menu each week offering grass fed beef & poultry, heritage pork, pastured eggs, wild or sustainably raised fish and an array of vegetable and legume sides and salads.

There is no commitment to order, just order when you like!

Service Includes:

  • Freshly prepared breakfast, lunch and dinner options to last the week
  • Meals prepared and delivered fresh to your home or office in glass re-usable, recyclable, and compostable containers
  • Naturally gluten & dairy free menu
  • Free Delivery in Toronto

Nutritionally prepared meals, using:

  • Grass fed beef & poultry (animal raised on grass, free from antibiotics, hormones and ethically raised on Ontario small farms)
  • Local and seasonal organic produce whenever it’s possible!
  • Gelatin rich homemade bone broth using bones (and certified organic chicken feet) from healthy naturally raised and organic animals from small local farmers.
  • Pastured eggs (hens living on grass, producing healthy, deeply orange pigmented yolks)
  • High quality pantry ingredients (coconut oil, non GMO raw sunflower oil from Ontario, Italian pure olive oil, fermented apple cider vinegar, unrefined sea salt, etc).
  • Everything is made from scratch. No preservatives, no artificial ingredients and no refined sugars are used.
  • Non-soy tempeh made locally from ‘Culture City’ in Toronto
  • Only certified organic corn & soy (non GMO)

    Feel great about your food choices by eating healthy, local, organic and sustainable meals prepared nutritionally and delivering in creativity and taste. An affordable solution to your meal planning struggles.

This Weeks Menu

Posted on Wednesday July 06, 2011 by Kerri Cooper