NEWARK, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / December 28, 2020 / From the dawn of time, foods have been sustaining and enriching man’s experiences with myriad flavors and textures. Healthy food should be nutritious, affordable, fresh, and culturally rich. Being able to prepare and enjoy nourishing meals is one of life’s finer arts. SoLo’s Food is a company that unites the uniqueness of ethnic meals with strict health standards.
Diamonique Lundy is the founder and CEO of SoLo’s Food, a first-of-its-kind premier meal prepping service that provides “soul fusion” cuisine. Along with her staff of highly trained chefs, Diamonique specializes in serving many of the delectable Afro-inspired dishes from Latin America, the Caribbean, and Southern parts of the United States in a way that is wholesome and healthy for its customers.
Diamonique, who will obtain her master’s degree in nutrition and food science come May 2021, discovered that several food chains use a lot of synthetic chemicals and preservatives in their food. In addition, communities of color are more likely to possess such chains. Everyone deserves access to healthy, fresh food. Realizing that ingesting these chemicals and preservatives over a prolonged period could lead to health risks, SoLo’s Food prioritizes their customers’ health. It uses only the freshest natural ingredients to create its mouth-watering masterpieces. The company also emphasizes cutting down on oils, sugar, and fat without compromising taste, ensuring that customers feel as good as their meals taste.
In many ways, food is like language, deeply entrenched in the cultural backgrounds of society. Preserving the tradition of a special recipe is nothing to be trifled with. However, mainstream diets and health food trends either tamper with authenticity or forgo foraying into ethnic culinary spaces altogether. The ability to choose healthy foods for the individual becomes vitally important, and this is where SoLo’s Food thrives. The meal prep service aims to share the nutritious, deliciousness of cultures usually left out of the clean food movement.
“I created SoLo’s Food to fill a gap between the health/wellness industry and ethnic foodways,” said Diamonique Lundy.
SoLo’s Food makes ordering authentic meals easy, allowing customers to place orders on any of the aforementioned exotic cuisines from the comfort of their homes. It deftly combines the convenience of other meal kit and prep companies with the best health practices and authentic flavors of the countries it originates from. It is a pioneering service exemplified by ensuring that orders are handled by highly trained chefs of the requested specific culture.
The company gives the option of having meals provided a la carte or meal prepped with macros clearly defined, and one of its tenets is to never use additives or preservatives in any food. SoLo’s Food strives to offer wholesome ethnic foods across the United States, serving food that is “Good for the heart and soul.”
SoLo’s Food has been the recipient of a number of accolades, including second place at the Montclair State University’s business pitch competition and a $6,000 grant for Black women student founders. It plans to be a significant disruptor in the food industry with franchises across the United States for easier access in the coming years. The company plans to expand on the range of ethnic foods it currently offers, sharing the exquisite tastes and flavors of unique cultures with the rest of the world. It remains dedicated to presenting a healthier, convenient, and affordable alternative for those with adventurous palates.
To learn more about SoLo’s Food, visit the official website.
SOURCE: SoLo’s Food
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