US-based meal prep franchise Clean Eatz Kitchen has partnered with the US Department of Defense (US DoD) to supply meal kits to military bases.

Under the partnership, the meal prep franchise delivered its first international meal shipment to Iwakuni, Japan.

Clean Eatz Kitchen CEO Jason Nista said: “Our meal kit delivery service has gained significant traction amongst the American public over these last few years – with the pandemic having been a significant component in that.

“Having this vote of confidence from the US Government will certainly prove instrumental in maintaining that growth and expanding our boundaries as we continue moving forward.”

The company claimed that its meal kits are chef-inspired and nutritionist-approved.

With this partnership, Clean Eatz claims to have become part of a select few meal delivery concepts operating on a multinational level.

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The company expects the partnership with the US DoD would serve as a platform for building trust and recognition in the global marketplace.

Clean Eatz co-founder Evonne Varady said: “2023 has been very touch-and-go for the meal delivery industry, with companies cutting staff, shrinking operations and some even closing up shop for good.

“It has been the continued development of the Clean Eatz concept and others like it that’s fueling the long-term viability and adoption of the sectors convenience. This partnership is a shining example of where that development can take us.”

Established in 2011, Clean Eatz currently has 94 operational locations and 87 venues in the development phase.

It offers dine-in, catering, marketplace and weekly online meal plan selections.