Tag: Relay Foods

Relay Foods and Relay For Life Join Forces to Fight Cancer


Relay Foods, the healthy online grocery store, and Relay For Life, the signature fundraising event for the American Cancer Society (ACS), will partner in an initiative to battle cancer, that encourages participants to make healthier food choices. Throughout 2016, Relay Foods will donate 20% of all qualifying customer orders to the American Cancer Society. To participate, customers should visit www.relayfoods.com/relayforlife before placing their orders.

Eating Seasonally: May (+ a seasonal produce calendar)



If you’re craving salads, smoothies, and all things fresh, you’re right on schedule. Greens, strawberries, asparagus, rhubarb, and peas—we’re not daydreaming anymore—their season has arrived.

Mark Your Calendars for the Healthy Living Festival May 14 at Greenspring Montessori




Celebrate the first annual Healthy Living Festival with Greenspring Montessori School on Saturday, May 14, 2016 from 10:00am to 2:00pm – rain or shine.       

What do the different egg labels mean? Plus a classic Egg Salad recipe



Ready to stock up on eggs for your Easter egg hunt? Maybe you’ve taken a cruise through the egg aisle at the supermarket and noticed the myriad of terms that appear on the cartons. Free-range, Organic, All-Natural, Cage-free, and so on. These all sound like good things, but what do they actually mean?

10 Healthy Bowls for Lunch and Dinner



From smoothies to yogurt and burritos to sushi, we’re loving meals served in bowls. Layers of brightly-colored, richly-flavored, and super-nutritious ingredients come together in endless combinations.

Today, [Relay Foods shares their]  ten favorite bowls for lunch or dinner. Whether you’re craving comfort food, looking for a meal that packs a powerful punch of nutrition, or hoping to find a new recipe to help you kick that take-out habit, we’ve got a bowl you’ll love.

Asian-Inspired Bowls


  1. Rice, shredded cabbage, green onions, avocado, and teriyaki marinated salmon come together in this satisfying and healthy Teriyaki Salmon Bowl.
  2. Piled high with veggies and hoison-glazed tempeh, this Korean Black Rice Bowl is an envy-inspiring lunch choice.
  3. This yummy Egg Drop Ramen Bowl is way better for you than that ramen you had in college, but it’s not much harder to make.

Click to read full article with more delicious Bowl Recipes.

Ask Relay Food’s Registered Dietitian: Are fresh or Frozen Vegetables Better for Me?



Today, Relay’s meal-planning and recipe-developing mastermind, Rachel Patterson is taking off her apron and assuming her role as Registered Dietitian.

Giveaway + 5 Five-Ingredient Meals, Heart-Healthy Breakfasts + Your Weekly Relay Food Sales



To make your next meal even easier Relay Foods has cut the ingredient list to include only five non-pantry ingredients, plus a short list of pantry essentials. Sometimes simplicity brings out the best in food, since the ingredient list is short each item has been thoughtfully curated to serve a delicious purpose in each dish. Click Here for mouth watering recipes.