The Problem: Healthy is Hard
Processed foods are the cheapest and most accessible foods—they're also the worst for your body.
Grocery stores today are stocked with packaged goods and foods infused with preservatives. Not only are you limited to low quality choices, but hours every month are wasted on creating shopping lists, getting to and from stores, waiting in lines, and planning meals.
The Solution: Bringing Healthy Food to You
Grit brings local, unprocessed meal kits to your neighborhood in a mobile market.
In many countries outside of the U.S., locally sourced neighborhood grocers and food stands provide healthy and delicious ingredients for home cooked meals. We are bringing that experience to you.
"I walk downstairs, get my groceries, walk back up and put them away in less time than it takes to get in my car and drive."
"Grit Grocery is absolutely perfect for people who are looking for a one stop shop that offers delicious and quick meals. "
Best of the Farm Back to the Block
Not only do you save time and energy, but shopping and cooking become social and exciting.
We're building on the proven model of meal kit delivery. Our merchant personally picks up fresh ingredients every morning, so he or she can tell you exactly where they came from. At our trucks, you can also ask our merchant or your own neighbors for meal suggestions, cooking tips, or just a meaningful conversation!
in revenue in just 6 months
annual sales of the U.S. natural and organic foods market
Currently, 82% of the country and 87% of Texas purchase organic foods, and we plan to capitalize on this massive market. Profit margins for natural and organic stores are also significantly higher than those of conventional groceries (6% vs 1-2%).
Houston Sales, Organic/Natural Foods
Yearly Growth Rate, Organic/Natural Foods
Take a Closer Look at our Business Plan and Future Goals
LET'S BRING HEALTHY FOOD TO ALL AMERICANS
Mad at big food companies for sacrificing our health to increase their wealth. Mad at big food for replacing real food with formulas. Mad at big box grocery for selling processed foods but masquerading as purveyors of progress. Mad that our bread is made to last long on the shelf, not to ensure good health.
I’m mad. Aren’t you?
Grit’s about getting mad, mad enough to inspire action. This is our action. This is our chance to get mad together and create change.
Together we can take back our health, reclaim our quality of life, and reconnect with the food we eat.