The long-anticipated Lake Nona Performance Club (LNPC) has officially partnered with Veg’n Out to bring plant-based food to its fitness facility opening this month. By offering Veg’n Out’s juice, smoothie and salad options kept fresh inside RFID-enabled Smart Coolers, the LNPC will help provide optimal nutrition for its members and visitors.
“Our members resoundingly requested that we bring Veg’n Out to the Lake Nona Performance Club,” said Jay Groves, LNPC executive director. “They want healthy, unprocessed food that helps them perform at peak levels naturally while at the same time leaving them feeling good from the inside out.”
Members can expect to find the full line of Veg’n Out juice, smoothies and salads as well as other grab-and-go items, with plenty of options for breakfast, lunch and dinner. These Veg’n Out Smart Coolers will be located in the lobby of the LNPC and also take credit cards.
Veg’n Out originally opened its doors in September 2020 – a true feat during a period of great distress in our country. Located on the ground floor of the Pixon building, Veg’n Out is a mere few steps from the LNPC. Their cold-pressed juice can also be found at all three Zaza New Cuban Diner locations in Orlando International Airport.
Founder of Veg’n Out Ashley Torres stated, “We are thrilled to be the exclusive food provider of the Lake Nona Performance Club and further our mission of making healthy, plant-based options more accessible in the market. We love that our message resonates with the Lake Nona community, and we are extremely proud and grateful for the support we have received since opening our first location during this global pandemic.”
To learn more about Veg’n Out or to get a Smart Cooler for your business, email firstname.lastname@example.org.