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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Clean Eatery serving food for the fit at Stratton's

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click to enlarge Wedge salad with chicken and blue cheese dressing and heirloom tomatoes.
  • Wedge salad with chicken and blue cheese dressing and heirloom tomatoes.

The Clean Eatery, the food truck purveyor of healthy food for the fit (or would-be fit), is now open in Stratton’s Market, 405 E. Third St., where it is serving grab-and-go lunches.

Items on the menu this week, which is the soft opening for the lunch business, include the Cuban sandwich, Thai peanut rice bowl, fish tacos and gluten-free chicken and waffles. The Clean Eatery is also offering pre-ordered family meals for four, including a bottle of wine, on Friday nights for $65.

The Clean Eatery, which caters Crossfit gyms, specializes in meal programs designed (and delivered) to meet people’s personal nutritional needs. For $125, it will prepare three meals a day for five days; for $165 it will prepare four meals a day. Meals can be doubled for an additional $65, and there is a kid’s option as well.

At Stratton’s, Clean Eatery is also selling deli meats, cheeses and produce, from local sellers as often as possible. Clean Eatery also has plans to teach cooking classes and hold chef’s table dinners, with wine matched to food. Joining owner Ryan Merritt-McGehee as chef is Amanda Ivy, late of Yellow Rocket Concepts. For Friday night family meals or other meal plans, call Merritt-McGehee at is 501-259-5491. Clean Eatery hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday; Stratton Market hours are 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

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