Let’s be real: with how busy our lives are as college students, we often find it difficult to feed ourselves food that is both delicious and filling. Rather, we stuff down a protein bar with over 30 ingredients or eat a sandwich that’s been sitting in some cafe’s fridge for the past 5 days. But what if it didn’t have to be that way?
Good Vibes Food
The goal of Jason and Stacy Fortune and Culinary Caveman is to combat the exact situation I described above. We all need good vibes food in our lives - food that is clean, organic, local, and non-GMO - and the pair takes the hassle out of preparing the food yourself!
Even though Culinary Caveman uses the best local, organic, and fresh ingredients, their service is still very affordable. Meals start at just $6 with an average meal price of $10.50 for entrees. That’s similar to the current price you pay for meals at the C4C or Alfred Packer Grill with the added upside of chef-created meals delivered right to you - no long lines required!
Meals by Culinary Caveman are currently made to order and can be dropped off at a drop location or delivered for a fee. The business has two drop off and delivery dates: Sunday and Wednesday.
And there’s even more good news for CU students! Culinary Caveman will deliver any meals to CU Students free with a minimum $25 order! For those outside Boulder, it’s still a great deal - delivery is free with a minimum $50 order!
A Partnership With the Bee Club
So, you might be wondering, where does the Bee Club fit into this? Great question! Not only does Culinary Caveman use huge amounts of local honey in the making of their meals (as opposed to high fructose corn syrup or other unnatural sweeteners), but they believe in the power of helping others and spreading good into the world.
For this reason, Jason and Stacy are partnering with the CU Bee Club in our initiative to spread awareness of the roles bees play in our everyday lives (and especially in the food we eat) to all of the buffs on campus. The CU Bee Club will be tabling on February 22, March 22, and April 22 in the Atlas Corridor, and Culinary Caveman will be providing free and DELICIOUS power bars made with gobs of local honey to students who stop by our table.
In this way, not only will we be able to teach students about bees, but we’ll also give them knowledge about the importance bees play in food and how they can provide their body with fuel that will power even the longest-lasting study sessions!
Want to Meet Jason?
We know what you’re thinking - this Jason guy sounds pretty dang cool! You’re wrong, though - Jason’s not just cool, but he may be the coolest guy you get the chance to meet.
So, don’t miss out on your chance to meet Jason and learn more about the story of Culinary Caveman at the CU Bee Club’s meeting on January 30th! It will be a great way to kick off the semester, and you’re likely to walk away learning more from Jason than you learn from some of your classes in a month’s time.