Snap Kitchen, the Austin-based ready-to-eat meal company, launched in 2010 and has more than 30 retail outlets in Texas, plus another six in Philadelphia.

You can also have the meals shipped directly to your house in more than a dozen states, but this month, the company reached a deal with Whole Foods Market to sell its meals in the Southwest region of stores, which will increase their customer reach dramatically.

Snap Kitchen's dietitian-curated, gluten-free meals and beverages are already in the Austin Whole Foods stores, and they'll be rolling out to select stores in the rest of the region later this month.

The company says there are about 35 different meals, smoothies, protein shakes and juices available, including quinoa chorizo breakfast tacos, spinach and goat cheese frittata, creamy mushroom fusilli and sweet chili glazed Atlantic, and they are color-coded according to which diet they are suitable for, including Paleo, keto and vegan.

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