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My Fit Foods Announces Closure Of All Stores Nationwide

Update Date: Feb 14, 2017 07:30 AM EST

On Sunday, My Fit Foods, known for providing healthy eating choices, has announced on their website the closure of all stores in the United States. The company started in 2006 in Austin with the mission to make healthy eating easy and accessible for everyone.

My Fit Foods has more than 40 retail locations nationwide. The restaurant offered healthy and fresh pre-prepared meals, as well as nutrition education and meal-planning services on all their stores and online.

On Wednesday, My Fit Foods had announced the closure of three branches in Arizona. It was followed by closure of two more locations in Oklahoma on Thursday.

According to, employees were let go Sunday without notice. The company did not elaborate the reason behind the closures. There is no mention if the company will still run through online orders.

Click 2 Houston reported, one My Fit Foods employee, Martai Holden said he was devastated after he was done playing football when he got the text saying that he no longer had a job.

Now, Holden would have to manage a life with a 4-year-old daughter without a job and a car. The company said they would release the employees last pay checks on Wednesday.

The website had officially closed on Sunday. On its last statement the company said "It is with a heavy heart that we announce the closure of all our stores. We know that you have depended upon us to support your healthy habits, and we are deeply sorry for any inconvenience our closure may have caused you."

All employees and customers were directed to send the company an email at for their inquiries. The company thanked everyone for the kind support these past years and wished all the best for their customers.

Customers of the My Fit Foods chain were stunned about the abrupt closure. Most of their customers relied on them weekly for shopping healthy food. Now they will have to figure out a new meal plan for their weekly regiment.

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