📍: the grove juicery + wellness café  |  📷: kent sievers

Against the backdrop of our busy lives, healthful eating can be a challenge – it takes planning and execution. Thankfully, Omaha is home to a vibrant collection of local and national businesses focused on making solid nutrition more convenient and accessible – so we can more easily make it a priority.

Here are a few to sample:

Eat Fit Go Healthy Foods

Convenient, ready-to-eat, healthy meals made fresh daily with high-quality ingredients.

Evolve Juicery & Kitchen

Meal prepping made easy for those interested in eating Paleo, Whole 30 and Keto diets. No grains, sugars, or dairy; only meat, vegetables and fruit.

Freshii

On a mission to “help citizens of the world live better by making healthy food convenient and affordable.”

Greenbelly

A locally-owned, eco-friendly establishment with a responsible menu that spans soups, salads, sandwiches, wraps and pizzas.

The Grove Juicery + Wellness Café

“Through natural foods + potent adaptogens, we provide nourishment for a sharp mind, glowing body, healthy heart and happy soul.”

No Name Nutrition Markets

Omaha Magazine’s Best of Omaha winner in the Nutrition & Vitamin Store category (2019); family-owned and -operated since 1976.

Nutrishop Omaha

Locally-owned and -operated, specializes in nutritional supplements for general health, weight loss and sports nutrition. Nutrishop owner Todd Smith has been helping people reach their health and fitness goals for 30 years.

Nutrition 402 + Downtown Nutrition

A smoothie and juice bar with healthy teas, coffee and shakes options. All macros are listed on the menu so you know exactly what you’re getting.

Vitality Bowls

Specializes in açaí bowls (a blend of the açaí berry topped with organic granola and a selection of superfood ingredients) + smoothies, fresh juices and other antioxidant-rich menu items.

WE TOAST

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