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Chefs Diet Signs Brokerage Deal with Next Phase Enterprises To Roll Out National Retail Platform

Chefs Diet Intends to Launch and Roll Out Select Chefs Creations in Big Box and Club Stores

NEW YORK, Aug. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Chefs Diet™, America's only five-star diet meal plan, has just signed a deal with Next Phase Enterprises to expand its product offerings into big box and club stores with a projected availability in Q4 2014.   Next Phase Enterprise, one of the largest national food wholesalers for almost 20 years, is creating a retail platform to bring Chefs Diet gourmet meal creations to more consumers nationwide.  Next Phase specializes in turnkey programs to take products from inception to shelf to consumer. 

Currently sold online and rated #1 in the US for fresh food home delivery by Epicurious, a division of Conde Nast, Chefs Diet will now be made available to BJ's Wholesale Club, Costco Wholesale, Sam's Club and Walmart through Next Phase Enterprise. 

Chefs Diet intends to offer and service for the first time, balanced gourmet, great tasting food creations designed by its master chefs and packed utilizing its leading edge TraySkin technology, to the dietary and wellness minded and health conscious on the go consumer.  The company was also ranked number 1 over 34 nationally known competitors in food quality, presentation, and service.

"We are excited to become a national competitor in the wellness space and to offer our meal plans to more consumers," said Kevin Glodek of Chefs Diet National. "Our company is on the forefront of new and exciting developments.  In addition to this national big box store launch, we expanded our weekly delivery area to 48 contiguous states with an entirely new and expanded cycle menu, with great new price points, plus we are exclusively using new technology to deliver the freshest and most delicious meals for customers."

About Chefs Diet:

Chefs Diet was created to revolutionize the word "diet." The company's chefs prepare each dish daily with quality fresh ingredients, offering healthy, delicious and convenient options similar to having your own personal chef.  While consumers can still order online for daily and weekly delivery, the option to buy at these big box stores will give consumers more flexibility and create new opportunities for Chefs Diet.  We wanted the world to know that dieting doesn't have to mean starving or sacrificing on taste. That's why we created a diet plan that is more pleasure than pain. Chefs Diet is fresh, healthy, delicious and convenient. Today with thousands of satisfied clients, we have become the leading meal delivery service featuring menus based on Nobel Prize winning science: 40% complex carbohydrates, 30% lean proteins and 30% favorable fats. Our gourmet line of freshly prepared meals and snacks have helped our clients, including many Hollywood celebrities, find a healthier, easier and more enjoyable way to look and feel their best. We adhere to the highest standards in delivering quality meals and offer round-the-clock customer service unmatched by others. Combining our dietary personalization with 40/30/30 nutrition promotes increased energy levels, weight loss, lean body mass and optimal blood sugar levels.

Contact:  Lisa Miller, GMLV, 201-532-0312 or [email protected]

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