Building a Healthy Startup Kitchen, Part 1: The Nutritious Grocery List

At WellnessFX, we practice what we preach. Our kitchen is stock full of healthy choices to satisfy everyone from a carnivore to an omnivore to a vegan.  Luckily, we have the fantastic Johanna Thorn, N.C. who helps our entire team keep up our energy and vitality through the day.

Johanna designed a nutrition program for the office to suit all of our activity needs from triathlon training, to CrossFit to picking up our kids after school. Here’s an example of our typical grocery list and a few photos from our kitchen.

Meats & Fish:

  • Turkey pastrami
  • Herbed turkey
  • Pepper turkey
  • Prosciutto
  • Tuna
  •  Mackerel
  • Trout
  • Sardines

You can see our meat and dairy selection at the bottom of our fridge…and some baby carrots…property of Drina…why we shouldn’t touch.

Dairy:

  • Vanilla coconut keifer
  • Goat yogurt
  • Goat cream cheese
  • Goat cheese slices

Condiments:

  • Veganaise
  • Salad dressing (organic herbs de Provence)
  • Pickles
  • Sauerkraut
  • Miso paste
  • Hot sauce
  • Mustard

Fruits & Vegetables:

  • Baby carrots
  • Frozen fruits (e.g. blueberries, strawberries, mango, blackberries)
  • Sprouted corn
  • Kale Chips

Grains:

  • Tortillas
  • Scone
  • Vanilla Hemp

You can see our beautiful display of grains and snacks here. We like to share when folks come visit.

Beverages:

  • Coconut & Almond Milk
  • Kombucha (many, many flavors)
  • Tea (jasmine, green, Early Grey, white rose)

It’s a pretty accurate view of what the WellnessFX team grazes on during the week. If you’ve got a healthy office kitchen, let us know what’s on your grocery list.

Next Week: How to buy nutritious food for the office online.

 

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5 Responses to Building a Healthy Startup Kitchen, Part 1: The Nutritious Grocery List

  1. Clint Wilson says:

    Great write-up WFX team & I do concur, “At WellnessFX, we practice what we preach”, as I have seen this first hand.

    ~Clint
    @cazoomi

  2. Also, requested was a share button on this blog too:) to easily disseminate it.

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