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Good To-Go meals are handcrafted in our own Maine-based USDA certified facility. We source the highest quality ingredients, prepare our meals in small batches, and dehydrate. Sounds simple—because it is.

Dehydration is the oldest form of food preservation. It requires far less energy than the freeze-drying process, too. The dehydration process is a combination of heat, blown air and humidity control. The result is a product reduced in size, weight and water activity.

We don’t believe food should last 30 years, so you’ll find that most Good To-Go meals have a five year shelf life. We choose to not use preservatives, and we keep the sodium as low as possible, while retaining the flavor that our foodies have come to expect.

Each of Chef Jen’s recipes are thoughtfully prepared to provide you with the energy you need, be it a summit push, or a road trip with the kids. We keep the calories and protein high, and include other ingredients that are known to reduce inflammation and support a healthy immune system.

Every Good To-Go meal is gluten-free, and we offer meals to suit most diets. Vegans, vegetarians and pescatarians, we’ve got you covered! Our website offers filtering options that allow you to shop and avoid specific allergens as well.

While all of this makes for a convenient and nutritious meal, what Good To-Go is most known for is our wide range of flavorful, cultural, and down-right delicious meals. If your expectations of camp food are based on salt piles and astronaut food, then you’re in for a treat.

We’re equally as passionate about the outdoors as we are about food. We can’t think of anything more fulfilling than a delicious, handmade meal at the end of a long day spent outdoors. We hope you agree, and thank you for choosing Good To-Go for your own adventures!

Good To-Go dehydrated meals are as easy to prepare as they are delicious. All you need is boiling water, a utensil, and an appetite. We recommend a camp stove or kettle for bringing water to a boil quickly and efficiently.

Create the most delicious meals, using clean ingredients, to be enjoyed wherever your adventures take you.

Founded in 2014, we were the first backpacking food brand to offer truly healthy options to the broader outdoor market. Our purpose was clear: to change how people eat on-the-go.

Chef Jennifer’s creations are thoughtfully crafted to provide a meal that not only tastes great but is truly good for you. Whether you’ve hiked all day for that summit view, rose with an alpine start to earn those backcountry turns, or are simply looking for an easy-to-make option at home, all you need is boiling water and in minutes you’ll have a delicious meal.

We strive to offer meals to suit all diets, which is why all of our products are gluten-free, low in sodium, and made with no preservatives. We also offer many vegan and vegetarian options.

Maine has a long history of wilderness adventures and craftsmanship, especially when it comes to the outdoors. It’s a perfect setting for making Good To-Go’s lightweight dehydrated gourmet meals. Maine’s vast forestlands, with countless lakes and mountains and its thousands of miles of coastline, are breathtaking and inspiring. Good To-Go uses that inspiration to carry on the tradition of Maine craftsmanship focusing on quality and excellence. Every meal is handmade by cooks whose focus is creating the most delicious meals, to be enjoyed wherever your adventures take you.

We handcraft each meal in our own Kittery, Maine-based facility. The little cape house that Jen cooked her first meals in, is still the cornerstone of our headquarters. Over the years we’ve expanded to add a USDA-approved manufacturing facility.

Our meals are made using responsibly sourced ingredients. Each day, our cooks are actually prepping, cooking, dehydrating, then packaging our meals—aka real food.

Many companies outsource their manufacturing, allowing co-packers to produce their products—but we approach things differently.

Having complete control over the cooking process ensures that we not only have a deep connection with the food, but we can ensure it’s made just the way it should be. And for us, employing Mainers and having a positive impact on the community we live in, is equally as important.