According to the Time Use Institute, the average shopping trip takes 41 minutes. If you multiply that by the 1.5-trip per week average, that’s over 53 hours per year you’re spending in the grocery store. After grocery shopping, the average US household spends nearly 6 hours cooking each week.
In addition to home cooked meals, American consumers are spending nearly $3,000 on midday meals each year according to Visa. With 50 workweeks in a year (or 250 work days in a year) and an average cost of $12 per meal, consumers are spending a lot of money dining out. Another study, published May 24 in BMJ, found the meals ordered by adults contained an average of 836 calories. This means, not only are consumers eating out during the day, they are also consuming unhealthy foods that are high in calories and low in nutrients.
PureFit Meals are only $10.50 and can be delivered to your doorstep. Chefs using locally sourced ingredients prepare all of our meals, without the extra calories and preservatives – which will meet all of your nutritional needs. Stop wasting time and money – and get back to what is most important to you.