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Team Meal Services

FOR THE CATERING NEEDS FOR HOME & VISITING TEAMS

Nutritious365 has been doing sports catering for many years. When your team is planning to visit Philadelphia for competition, we offer many options for optimal nutrition for your athletes. Or if you are a local school or team looking for new dinner, pre- or post-game options, we are able to do so. Our Executive Chef and Registered Dietitian worked closely together to select options that are geared toward nutrient timing, optimal energy, recovery, and reducing inflammation. Meals are delivered to the site of competition or practice. Meals are buffet style or pre-packaged so athletes can eat on the go or while they are traveling home/to their next destination. By working with the Nutritious365 dietitian or chefs, we make accommodations that are as customized as needed OR we will provide you with approved healthy options for athletes.

Common Team Meal Services by Nutritious365:

  • Pre-Game Meals
  • Post-Game Meals
  • Pre-Game Spreads (small snacks, wraps, bars, hydration, etc.)
  • In-Game Fueling Options
  • Post-Game Flight Meals
  • Visiting Team practice day meals the day before game if arriving to Philadelphia early
  • Local College/University Team meals (breakfast, lunch, dinners)

Additional Information:

  • Food allergies can be accommodated
  • Organic, free-range, grass-fed or any other food preferences can be done with prior notice to Nutritious365 staff
  • Nutritious365 works with various budgets -- please discuss budgetary options with our staff to provide athletes with great quality & healthy food
  • Pre-fixed menus for pre- and post-game have been created by Nutritious365 sports nutritionist and executive chef
  • Build-A-Meal menus for pre- and post-game have been created to allow athletes to select a protein, carbohydrate, vegetable, and sauce/seasoning to create a more personalized yet composed nutritious dish

Current & Past Clients

NY Islanders 
Pittsburgh Penguins 
Philadelphia Flyers 
Villanova Men's Basketball 
Villanova Women's Basketball

St. Joseph's University Athletics 
Temple University Athletics 
LaSalle University Athletics 
University of North Carolina Athletics 
Elon College Athletics

Charlotte Hornets 
NY Knicks 
Washington Wizards 
Oklahoma City Thunder 
Brooklyn Nets

Fordham University Athletics 
Harvard University Athletics 
University of Central Florida Athletics 
University of Cincinnati Athletics 
University of Dayton Athletics

University of Rhode Island Athletics
 University of Massachusetts Athletics 
University of Richmond Athletics 
VCU Athletics 
Yale University AthleticsText

For questions regarding meals or sample menus, please contact our Sports Nutritionist & Registered Dietitian: whitney@cuisine365.net
Ask About Our Fueling Stations

FOR THE CATERING NEEDS FOR HOME & VISITING TEAMS

What is a Fueling Station?

Our Fueling Stations are an integrated part of the sports nutrition services offered to student-athletes, professional, and athletes in a training facility, that provides access to beverages and snacks when resources are limited. Due to the high-energy demands of being an athlete, it is important to consistently provide good nourishment for improved performance and overall good health. Snacks and beverages are located within the locker room of the team or facility in which they have access to items.

How are Fueling Stations Implemented?

Fueling Stations can be implemented easily. By working with a Nutritious365 dietitian to select the right items for your team, university, or organization, they will help determine what will work best for your team’s budget, palate, energy needs, and nourishment. They can be stocked by Nutritious365 bi-weekly, monthly, or however the organization seems most fitting for their athletes. The ordering process and putting items in the Fueling Station area are taken care of by Nutritious365 so the stress is taken off of the team/university staff. Fueling stations should be in a rotation, offering new foods and beverage from time to time but also keeping the favorites.

What types of items are selected for a Fueling Station?

We will work with your team’s budget to determine the amount of food and beverage or types of food and beverage offered to athletes. 

The following are common items found in Fueling Stations:

  • Carbohydrates: granola bars, energy bars (NSF), pretzels, crackers, nutrition/breakfast bars, fresh fruit (bananas, apples, oranges), dried fruit, applesauce, Cheribundi tart cherry juice
  • Protein: lean jerky, hard boiled eggs, Greek yogurt, Go-gurt, peanut butter packets, nuts, sunflower seeds, string cheese, skim milk, chocolate milk, Muscle Milk Collegiate, EAS Whey, BioPro Whey
  • Combo snacks: Peanut butter crackers, trail mix, sandwiches (pre-made or made by staff), carrots & hummus/ranch dressing

What are the advantages to having a Fueling Station?

A Fueling Station provides additional healthy snacks and nourishment to athletes when resources can be limited and helps fuel and recover properly pre, during, and post-workout/performance. It is well understood that protein and carbohydrate are incredibly important within 30 minutes post-workout for muscle repair and refueling stored glycogen. We help create better fueled athletes. In addition, consuming carbohydrate prior to workout is effective in energy for performance. Because nutrient timing is key for athletes, a fueling station can help manage and create the opportunity for better fueling tactics and hydration. In addition, when athletes’ own personal funds are limited to purchasing snacks and beverages, this is helping them when they cannot. The reward is a well-fueled, energized, and ready to work athlete. Also, fueling student-athletes with the nourishment they need will help them do better in not only sports but also in their academic career as well.

Fueling Stations create the notion to get athletes to eat! That is so important to sports performance! 

To learn how your staff can benefit a Fueling Station with Nutritious365 please contact us.

We are not a peanut, shellfish, soy, wheat-free facility. May contain nuts, treenuts, soy, milk, shell-fish, wheat, egg, or other food allergens. Consuming raw or undercooked meats , poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness.