SOURCE: EAT Club

October 14, 2016 16:42 ET

CORRECTION - EAT Club Introduces New Selection of Wholesome, Delicious On-Trend Bowls to Continue Fueling Rapid Growth

REDWOOD CITY, CA--(Marketwired - October 14, 2016) - In the news release, "EAT Club Introduces New Selection of Wholesome, Delicious On-Trend Bowls to Continue Fueling Rapid Growth" issued earlier today by EAT Club, we are advised by the company that three links in the fourth paragraph have been changed from the original release: "Mediterranean Quinoa Bowl with Salmon," the "Paleo Grilled Chicken Bowl," and the "Tofu rice bowl." Complete corrected text follows.

EAT Club Introduces New Selection of Wholesome, Delicious On-Trend Bowls to Continue Fueling Rapid Growth

Company Taps Industry All-Stars Mike Griffith and Maria Puoti to Drive Vision and Lead Expansion of EAT Club

REDWOOD CITY, CA -- October 14, 2016 -- EAT Club, ​the company redefining workplace lunch with technology-powered delivery of personal meals and snacks, just debuted a line of lunch bowls, introducing a wholesome, vibrant, and delicious new range of food experiences to their already extensive menu to ensure that every taste preference, palate, and many dietary needs are satisfied. As the company continues to expand its offerings, EAT Club also announced that renowned industry veterans, Mike Griffith and Maria Puoti, have joined the company as CEO and CMO respectively, rounding out EAT Club's stellar executive team as the company enters its next phase of growth.

"There is an undeniable trend for employers to provide an excellent in-house lunch experience to help their employees be more collaborative and productive," said Mike Griffith. "And now with EAT Club's technology-enabled logistics and broader menu selection it's easier than ever for companies to provide this service in a way that wasn't previously possible. Our latest healthy bowl items showcase our deep commitment to serve a wide assortment of quality dishes, both hot and cold, to meet the broad needs of our consumers everywhere."

The new bowls were developed as EAT Club listened to the requests of employees at its 700+ corporate customers. The company also culled insights from over one million consumer comments received through EAT Club's proprietary review system, in addition to the company's own research into top food trends. EAT Club's new menu options debut as bowls in general are experiencing a climb ​in popularity.

EAT Club's HealthyBowl menu options are made with fresh vegetables, lean proteins, and healthy grains for a lunch that excites the senses and leaves diners feeling energized. Examples include the Mediterranean Quinoa Bowl with Salmon, ​the Paleo Grilled Chicken Bowl, ​and the Tofu rice bowl. ​The company's​ MarketSampler Bowls​ are grain-based market salads that combine fresh vegetables and lean proteins such as shrimp, chicken tofu,​ salmon, or steak for a wholesome taste adventure, and their beautiful, delicious Sushi, Sashimi​, and Poke Bowls ​provide fresh, healthy options with an exciting global influence that customers are certain to love.

"I've spent much of my career helping to build brands that people love, and we are poised to harness the excitement and passion for on-trend foods that appeal to the wide range of EAT Club members as we grow the brand," said Maria Puoti. "The EAT Club brand is about satisfying individual tastes and fostering collaboration with an enticing variety of delicious foods, from healthy and wholesome, to hearty and filling. We're making it easy and affordable for companies to enhance their employees' work days with on-time delivery of foods employees love, resulting in a happier, energized and more loyal workforce. It's the ultimate value proposition."

Mike Griffith, the recently appointed new EAT Club CEO has a distinguished pedigree. Griffith comes to EAT Club after serving as the President & CEO, Activision Publishing. Before Activision Publishing, Griffith was the President of Procter & Gamble's global beverage division. Puoti joins EAT Club as CMO after founding and managing Brand Power Partners, where she provided brand strategy, positioning, portfolio management and advertising consulting services for many premier brands including Cadbury chocolate, Trident gum, Halls lozenges, Schweppes beverages, and Pepperidge Farm, building on her extensive marketing experience at Procter & Gamble and the Campbell Soup Company.

The hiring of Griffith and Puoti comes as EAT Club serves​ tens of thousands of employees at renowned companies across the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles, up significantly versus a year ago. It is currently the only technology-powered lunch delivery provider that can serve individually chosen hot and cold meals 100% ready to eat, and it's one-of-a-kind model enables EAT Club to scale in order to accommodate staff and groups of up to 1000 people per location.

To learn more about how EAT Club has changed the way companies lunch, please visit www.eatclub.com.​

About EAT Club:

EAT​ Club understands that no two people are alike and lunch programs should offer personal choice. Delivering millions of meals to companies across the Bay Area and LA with plans for expansion underway, EAT Club makes it easy for office managers to deliver employees a more individualized office lunch experience by ordering personalized meals at scale to suit everyone's palate. EAT Club leverages a massive food supply network, including professional chefs, a proprietary tech-powered delivery and logistics platform, and a large selection of meal options, to satisfy everyone's lunchtime craving and power the team at offices with 10-1000 employees.

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