Tom Brady Is Getting In The Meal Kit Game

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And if you say you knew what a "nightshade" was before Brady talked about them you're a dirty, dirty liar.

Tom Brady is getting himself involved in the growing meal kit delivery business with his own line of gluten-free, high protein meals courtesy of Purple Carrot, a company which specializes in plant-based recipes and ingredients.

It was only a matter of time. The one to two person plan is $68/week and includes three meals that are two servings each.

And lest you think this is just a gimmick, Purple Carrot CEO Andy Levitt said Brady himself is going to be eating all the meals, too.

Brady's list of do-not-eats is concerningly long (no strawberries, coffee, olive oil, tomatoes, or anything nonorganic, and that but scratches the surface of banned unobjectionable foods), and his TB12™ Nutrition Manual retailed for a small $200 fortune. Our bodies are our temples and you get out of it what you put into it. The company competes against more established brands like Blue Apron and HelloFresh. Head over to their website for more information. While he declined to give specific numbers about orders, Levitt said there is a possibility the company will sell out despite having "expanded our capacity quite a bit to accommodate for this launch".

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On a similar but separate note, I'm still waiting to get my hands on the Michael Phelps Olympic diet plan.

Now, people can eat like him.

Purple Carrot has adopted the phrase "Eat Like A Goat", a double meaning that references a goat's plant-based diet and the acronym to greatest of all time.

Dinner: Another pound of pasta and a pizza with another 1,000 calories in energy drinks. Then again, it'd probably be $400/week for six meals that serve 8-10 people.

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