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06/21/2022

GNC’s food delivery service goes national

Deena Amato-McCoy
SPECS Program Director
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GNC is expanding its meal delivery service in a big way.

The vitamins and supplement retailer is now delivering its healthy meal options across the United States. (The service is not available in Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico.)

GNC’s meal program, called GNC RealEats, features exclusive healthy meal bundles through a partnership with RealEats. The service offers more than 60 different assortments, as well as options for consumers with dietary preferences, such as meat-free or lower-calorie options.

In July 2021, GNC piloted its RealEats program in Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C., Florida, and later in Texas and New York.

"Since launching RealEats, consumers have continued to gravitate toward convenient health and wellness solutions that fit their lifestyle,” said Nate Frazier, COO. “Now with our growing partnership, more people will have access to easy, healthy, personalized meals to help achieve their goals at home or on the road."

In addition to ordering meals directly on GNC’s website, consumers can also sign up for the service at GNC stores, according to the company.