Nutrisystem, a home delivery weight loss company, has announced that it is revamping its programs by incorporating its fresh frozen gourmet foods into all of its weight loss plans.
The new Nutrisystem 28-day program will now include one-third frozen foods and two-thirds of pantry foods. Additionally, the program previously cost $399 per month and it will now cost $299, including an additional free week of pantry foods, a gourmet money back guarantee and free shipping. The New Nutrisystem Select Plan is available only in the Continental U.S.
“We spent the better part of the last year conducting extensive category research and, of course, listening to our own customers. The message we heard was clear and simple – they want great tasting, high quality foods at a low price with no gimmicks and no complicated plans. Through this system wide revamp I’m truly pleased that we’ll now be providing just that,” said Joe Redling, chairman and CEO of Nutrisystem.[ Also Read: Fit from the Farm with Bob Evans ]
The new Nutrisystem Select program includes:
- Free 24 hour, seven days a week phone access to nutrition support and counseling from the Nutrisystem team of registered dieticians as well as weight loss counselors
- Free membership and access to online tools, tips and community support on Nutrisystem.com
- Gourmet Guarantee – money back if not completely satisfied
- First seven days free
- Transition plans to help keep you on track after reaching your goal weight
- Available for women, men, seniors and people with type 2 diabetes who want to lose weight via Nutrisystem D
- Nutrisystem is delivered right to the customer’s door, and free shipping is included with Auto Delivery – there’s never any center visits or calorie or carb counting required
“As the nation continues to spiral into an ever-worsening cycle of obesity, we’re taking action now that will make our weight loss programs more accessible to more Americans than ever before,” said Dr. Bruce Daggy, VP of Research and Development of Nutrisystem.
The announcement was made Tuesday, Dec. 28.