Get Ready-Made Healthy Dinners to Go




Healthy You Cafe'

Healthy Dinners to Go service will start in January at Healthy You Café, in Enola. One of the biggest obstacles to eating healthy is preparation of food. Owner Michele Reber says, “The New Year is a good time to make resolutions about eating healthy. If you don't have time to make healthy meals, let us make them for you!”

Healthy You Cafe is dedicated to providing food that is not only Healthy but tasty. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner daily and offer pickup at three locations: Enola, Momentum Gym, in Mechanicsburg, and Crosswinds Winery, in Hershey. All orders are taken at the Enola location by calling 717-790-9657. Meals include three options that always include a vegetarian option. Menu items are posted on the website.

Location: 4500 Marketplace Way. For more information, call 717-798-4361, email heltheucafe@yahoo.com or visit Healthyyoucafe.com.

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