DeliverLean's story is in the numbers.
The Boca-Raton based healthy meal delivery service, which launched in Sept. 2011, has gone from 200 clients a year ago to over 1,000 throughout South Florida. The company doubled its fleet from 8 trucks to 16 trucks, boosted it's workforce from seven to 60 employees and has gone from making 20,000 meals a month to over 80,000 monthly meals.
Now, DeliverLean founders Scott Harris and Olga Kuzenkov are focused on promoting OnJuice, a line of cold-pressed raw vegan-fruit blends. The couple unveiled the new product in December at
It falls in line with the emphasis for all their brands, Scott said: healthy, easy and accessible for clientele that is is busy and on the go.
The company also now offers: Baked by DeliverLean, a line of gourmet desserts by
In addition to South Florida, DeliverLean operates in New York and as they continue to focus on expansion, DeliverLean's founders share some company highlights:
New image: Historically the health industry is geared towards women and we want to separate ourselves by catering to a wide market of both male and female. Food does not need to be gender-specific and our new look appeals to both men and women.
Taking charge: Consumers are becoming more and more interested in how food can improve their health. Our goal is to educate influencers and doctors to be more proactive than reactive and prescribe food as medicine.
Making a connection: We have thousands of clients and a few thousand followers on our social media site so we had a ready audience when launching OnJuice. We were able to quickly add 60 percent or over 500 DeliverLean customers that are currently consuming our OnJuice products.
Looking forward: To opening our second location for DeliverLean in
For more on DeliverLean go to deliverlean.com