Since launching online in 2017 we have been delivering freshly-made, totally tasty, nourishing food to the offices of Leeds city centre.
Whether you want lunch for one, are eating with colleagues or organising food for a team meeting, talk to us. We even deliver nutrition workshops to clients which are full of practical advice and no boring bits
Our aim is to deliver wellbeing for people and the planet, so as well as the best, most nutritious and delicious food, we deliver by cargo cycle, use 100% recyclable and compostable packaging and keep food waste to almost zero with our advance ordering system.
Goodness – lots of it!
Lean Lunch meals aren’t about restricting yourself. They’re about cramming as much good stuff and flavour into one meal as humanly possible.
You’ll always get at least 3 of your 5 a day, and we’re all for healthy fats too. They help keep you feeling full and your blood sugar levels balanced, and they’re great brain food. So by 3pm you’re much more likely to be powered up to finish the day on a high, rather than reaching for the digestives. Just take a look at our menu.
Keeping it local
We deliver all city centre orders by cargo bike (and further afield by vehicle) so for now Lean Lunch covers a 20 mile radius of Leeds. It means we can keep things as fresh and eco as possible by minimising how far your food travels.
We were set up by Sat and Charlotte in July 2017 after Sat was struggling to find decent lunches despite working in Leeds City Centre. All he wanted was something convenient, tasty and healthy.
He started buying ingredients from the supermarket and making lunch at work. It was healthy and he had more energy... but it definitely wasn’t convenient or tasty.
And it got really, really boring.
Love food? Us too.
He knew there had to be a better way – and the result is Lean Lunch, which he set up with his wife Charlotte. They are proud to have launched the first and only online food delivery service in the North that is dedicated to wellbeing and sustainability.
Two total foodies, who think there’s no reason healthy food can’t be mouth-wateringly delicious and thoroughly satisfying, Sat & Charlotte trained with the best chefs, worked with nutritionists and now employ a team of talented foodies to bring you Lean Lunch...
Sat used to run a successful recruitment company in Leeds. He exited in 2016 leaving office life behind to set up Lean Lunch, and is also on the board of a great mental health charity called Leeds Mind. His passion for nourishing food stems from his upbringing and a mum who’s always believed that food is medicine.
Charlotte was previously working for wellbeing company and has always had a passion for food. Charlotte is also a mum of 3 young children so healthy eating is of huge importance to her. Her passion and enthusiasm for wellness is a constant driving force for the business.
Dave’s a classically trained chef with more than a decade’s experience in Michelin-starred restaurants and bespoke catering. A keen triathlete, he loves creating nutritious meals that taste amazing, and we’re excited to have him doing this for us.
Annabel loves food, especially its ability to bring people together and make them happy. She’s really passionate about good quality, wholesome ingredients and is on a quest to make plant based food delicious and enjoyable for everyone regardless of their dietary choices.
Matthew’s had a glittering career including several AA rosettes, awards and Michelin recognition, and a stint as chef to the Prime Minister. He’s developed ranges for brands such as Marks & Spencer, and now he's sharing his expertise with us.
Lisa’s passion for nutrition began after looking for solutions for her own health through diet. She the qualified as a nutritionist so that she could make it easier for others to find the right answers. Lisa delivers Lean Lunch nutritional seminars and workshops for companies wanting to support their employees wellbeing.
We support Rethink Food
The team at Rethink Food are on a mission to improve health and wellbeing outcomes for children, young people and communities by changing the way we think about food.
They increase awareness, understanding and positive actions linked to food through an approach that reference the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals. It's time to Rethink Food.