Porttion is a culinary convenience leader based in Columbus, Ohio. Founded by Tania and Ben Lehotay in 2017, the husband and wife team are passionate about serving up organic, globally inspired, authentic recipes that are delivered right to your door every Sunday afternoon.
Tania, who serves as Chief Culinary Officer, combines her love of authentic food with helping individuals and families eat clean and live well. The idea to start Porttion grew out of Tania’s frustration with finding delicious, perfectly portioned, authentic meals that were healthy for her family.
A mother of three and native of Guam, Tania realizes that planning and preparing healthy and delicious meals is very time consuming especially for many families that are constantly on the go with sports practices, music lessons, volunteering and social activities. Not to mention fitting in homework, trips to visit family, and running errands.
With more than 1,000 custom recipes developed, Porttion features a new online menu each week, where customers can select items a la carte, by the week, or even by the month as well as family meals. Porttion’s in-house registered dietitian oversees all meals and snacks, so customers know they are getting a delicious yet balanced, nutrient-filled meal that also can be customized to meet any health goal.
Each meal comes with a breakdown of macronutrients and calories so there’s no guessing. There’s also no artificial colors, funky preservatives, or GMOs.
Porttion is one of the only local food companies that is USDA certified so customers can enjoy delicious, healthy foods that meet stringent health and safety standards.
Due to increasing consumer demand for convenience and a healthier fare, Porttion is now available as grab and go food items from select outlets locally and regionally. Be sure to look for Porttion at AC Marriott hotels in the Midwest and Bubbles, Tea, and Juice Company in central Ohio. Additional sites where Porttion will be available are planned throughout the year.
Porttion will also open a test kitchen in Worthington during the spring of 2018.