Since 2004 Good Measure Meals™ has been providing good nutrition in ready-to-eat, healthy, gourmet meal plans. We have helped thousands of people like you achieve weight loss, manage chronic health conditions like diabetes and hypertension, or just eat in a healthy way without all the time required to plan, shop and cook.
Our fresh meals are prepared in our Midtown commercial kitchen following strict adherence to food safety standards established by the USDA and Serve Safe. We purchase fresh produce daily from local vendors and specify the highest quality meats and bakery goods for use in our meals. Our seasonal menus ensure that we always have the freshest ingredients available to our chefs.
GMM invests more than $100,000 annually in the development of innovative menus to ensure that they meet the expectations of our customers and they are compliant with the healthy eating guidelines of the American Diabetes Association, the American Dietetic Association and the American Heart Association. Through the close collaboration of our registered dietitians and chefs, GMM is continually upgrading the quality of the products we offer. Work is on-going to ensure that our food and service are the very best they can be. We survey our customers twice a year to solicit their opinions on our menus, customer service and how we can better meet their needs and expectations.
GMM has grown to a thriving business with over 80 pick up locations in the metro Atlanta area and Athens and we have added several new product lines, including Dinner Plans, a Diabetic Menu and a Vegetarian Menu that have met with enthusiastic acceptance by our customers
A purchase from Good Measure Meals™ is an investment in your health and the health of others. Following socially responsible business practices, Good Measure Meals™ operates as a social enterprise business unit of Atlanta nonprofit Open Hand. 100% of our proceeds go directly back to support Open Hand’s services to the community: an invaluable service which has helped thousands of people improve their quality of life through better nutrition. For more information about Open Hand, please visit www.projectopenhand.org and www.nutritionforall.org.