Frequently Asked Questions

1. What does Paleo On The Go do?

2. What is AIP and Paleo?

3. What's the deal with dairy and the Paleo/AIP lifestyle?

4. What can one expect when adhering to the Paleo/AIP lifestyle?

5. What can and can't I eat on a strict AIP diet?

6. Do you offer low carb and keto products?

7. Where do you cook your food?

8. Where do you deliver?

9. When will my order ship? How long will it be in transit?

10. Are your shipping containers recyclable?

11. Once I receive my order, how long will my meals stay fresh?

12. How do I reheat my Paleo On The Go meals?

13. When can I reach out to your team?

14. Why is there a $99 minimum order?

15. Can I make a substitution for a meal or meal bundle?

16. When will my favorite meal be back in stock?

17. How do you source your meat?

18. Do you use organic produce in your meals?

19. Do you have nutrition data on your meals?

20. What are the portion sizes of your meals?

21. Why frozen??

22. I have Type 2 diabetes so I have to be very careful with my sugar intake, even sugar from a natural source. How much sugar do your products contain?

23. Can I purchase a gift certificate from Paleo on the Go?


1. What does Paleo On The Go do?

We are a Paleo and Autoimmune Protocol friendly meal delivery service, providing chef-prepared frozen meals, shipped directly to your door throughout the contiguous United States. back to top

2. What is AIP and Paleo?

The Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) is the gold standard of elimination diets which omits all potential inflammatory foods from your diet (nuts, seeds, eggs, grain, soy, dairy, additives, sugar, legumes, nightshades etc). Then you add them in one at a time and see which make you react, which foods cause your autoimmune disease to flare up, or any other negative symptoms. Learn more here.

The Paleo diet is based on the theory that by eating foods similar to that of our early ancestors, we can lead healthier lives and prevent many of the common diseases that plague modern culture due to the introduction of grains, refined sugars, and processed foods. Learn more here. back to top

3. What's the deal with dairy and the Paleo/AIP lifestyle?

The Paleo/AIP lifestyle focuses on removing any inflammatory foods to support overall digestion. As such, dairy can be a major irritant for the gut. Many people find dairy hard to digest, leading to inflammation. Commercial dairy also contains added hormones and antibiotics, which are harmful to our bodies. Many people find they feel better when they remove dairy from their diet. Reactions to dairy are very individualized but can range from bloating to acne or eczema to more severe reactions. To meet the needs of as many of our customers as possible, dairy ingredients are not used in Paleo On The Go products. back to top

4. What can one expect when adhering to the Paleo/AIP lifestyle?

Expect to eat pasture raised meats from sustainable farms, wild-caught seafood, healthy fats (avoiding all industrial vegetable oils and hydrogenated oils including canola oil and stick with stable animal fats and coconut oil), a lot of vegetables, and some fruits (organic when possible). Try to processed foods and just stick to eating real food.

"The Paleo diet is the healthiest way you can eat because it is the ONLY nutritional approach that works with your genetics to help you stay lean, strong and energetic! Research in biology, biochemistry, Ophthalmology, Dermatology and many other disciplines indicate it is our modern diet, full of refined foods, trans fats, and sugar, that is at the root of degenerative diseases such as obesity, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, depression and infertility". - Robb Wolf back to top

5. What can and can't I eat on a strict AIP diet?

Safe foods: animal protein and fat; all vegetables, herbs, spices, and fruits that are not in the nightshade family; coconut, avocado, and olive oils; and sea salt.

Most strict elimination List: Nuts and Seeds, Coffee, Chocolate, Seed-Based Spices (like cumin, peppercorns), All nightshades (peppers, paprika, tomato, potato, eggplant), Beans (even green beans), Grains (all grains, even white rice), Gluten, Sugar and artificial sweeteners (no swerve, stevia etc), Eggs, Dairy (including ghee and butter).

For a more in-depth explanation of AIP, Paleo, and Keto go here. back to top

6. Do you offer low carb and keto products?

Yes! We have an entire category with low carb/keto options that are also Paleo and AIP friendly. Click here to check it out. back to top

7. Where do you cook your food?

From start to finish, we do everything in-house in our dedicated grain free, gluten free, dairy free, nut free commercial kitchen in Largo, Florida. We don't outsource any of the processes. back to top

8. Where do you deliver?

If you're located in the USA, we ship to you via FedEx! Our handcrafted paleo and autoimmune (AIP) meals are delivered to your doorstep in 3 days or less! Click here for the details. back to top

9. When will my order ship? How long will it be in transit?

To make your meal planning easier, and to help you time your Paleo On The Go deliveries, we `added all of our shipping details to a dedicated shipping information page. When you place an order, you will receive an order confirmation. And when your order ships, you will receive a shipping confirmation email with your tracking number. Your shipping tracking information can also be found on your account page. back to top

10. Are your shipping containers recyclable?

Our 100% recyclable "Earth-Friendly" PET insulating package liners are made from plastics that are recycled and diverted from landfills, helping to minimize our environmental impact and make the planet a safer and nicer place for you, your children, and future generations. back to top

11. Once I receive my order, how long will my meals stay fresh?

Even without the use of any preservatives, all of our products can be stored frozen for up to six months and refrigerated for 5 days. Order today to see how Paleo On The Go can best fit into your lifestyle. back to top

12. How do I reheat my Paleo On The Go meals?

Our meals come in sealed trays (microwave and oven safe), and soup containers (both BPA free). Specific reheating instructions can be found on the product's website description and is displayed on the product label. Just click on the “Thawing and Reheating” tab. In our opinion, reheating most of our products in the oven, and our soups and stews in a small saucepan yields the best results. But feel free to heat in the microwave if you are on-the-go! back to top

13. When can I reach out to your team?

Our business hours are Monday - Thursday 8:00am - 4:00pm ET and Friday from 8:00am - 2:00pm ET (excluding certain holidays). Please allow 24 hours (72 hours over the weekend) for a member of our staff to get in touch with you. If you'd like to speak with a member of customer relations, please call 1-855-447-2536. Also, feel free to email us at realfood@paleoonthego.com or fill out the web form on our site. back to top

14. Why is there a $99 minimum order?

Shipping real food isn't cheap. We ensure your shipments arrive safely using shipping containers, dry ice, and protective material. To ship orders under $99 would be really expensive for you. Take advantage of our flat-rate shipping costs and stock up. We absorb the additional cost of shipping for you! If you live close to POTG or are in town, we'd love to meet you. back to top

15. Can I make a substitution for a meal or meal bundle?

We do not allow any ingredient substitutions or alterations to any of our products, including Monthly Meal Bundles. However, if something on the ingredient list doesn't agree with you, let us know by getting in touch. Chef Ann loves feedback. back to top

16. When will my favorite meal be back in stock?

Since all of our meals are handcrafted and take a lot of time, they sometimes temporarily sell out. But don't worry, we are hard at work to get them back in stock for you. Sometimes our products are seasonal, and from time to time, we do discontinue (a lot of times temporarily) items to make room for amazing new dishes. Be the first to know when your favorite dish is back in stock. Just select any product that is out of stock and click "Add to Wish List". back to top

17. How do you source your meat?

We're just like you. we want to be sure that any meat we use was humanely raised in a way that's great for the animals, the planet, and our families' bodies. We take great care in all of our food ingredient sourcing. As opposed to giving you a short answer, we built a detailed and completely transparent food sourcing page. Click here for more information. back to top

18. Do you use organic produce in your meals?

Simply put, we use organic vegetables and other ingredients whenever possible. However, we strictly follow the Environmental Working Group’s Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen guidelines to make sure we only source the highest quality produce for you and your family. back to top

19. Do you have nutrition data on your meals?

Nutritional data is available on all of our products pages. If you have any questions please contact our customer service. back to top

20. What are the portion sizes of your meals?

The portion size of all of our meals is listed on the nutritional facts label contained on the product page. Most of our products are very generous single portions, but there are exceptions such as our AIP friendly Grass Fed Beef Taco Kit with Salsa Verde, which are meant for 2-3 people. back to top

21. Why frozen?

"Produce often travels a significant distance before it makes it to a supermarket's shelves. By the time you're putting them on your plate, many of the nutrient levels have fallen. However, frozen vegetables retain the nutrients that are lost in transit. Following is a transcript of the video.

Is this where you can get the most nutritious fruits and veggies in your supermarket? Not really. It's here, in the freezer section. Fruits and vegetables contain the most nutrients when they are ripe. Yet, they can start losing their nutrients very quickly.

Green beans can lose up to 30% of their vitamin C just one day after harvest. Often produce travels a far distance before it hits your plate. One study showed that produce sold in Chicago travelled an average of 1500 miles. So the "fresh" vegetables in your supermarket might not be that fresh. On the other hand, frozen fruits and vegetables are harvested and then immediately frozen.

"Most vegetables are quick-frozen within two hours of harvest. The freezing process retains nutrients at near harvest levels for at least six months, and even up to one year," says Guy Crosby, Harvard University.

The CDC says about 87% of Americans don't get their recommended servings of fruits and vegetables. However, the USDA says the United States does not produce enough vegetables to meet this need. unless you can get to a farmer's market, frozen fruits and vegetables might be the way to go." back to top

22. I have Type 2 diabetes so I have to be very careful with my sugar intake, even sugar from a natural source. How much sugar do your products contain?

Most of our products are naturally low in sugar, but some are sweetened with honey, maple syrup, molasses, coconut palm sugar, or fruit. If you're watching your sugar intake we recommend sticking to the Sugar Detox Menu and/our Keto menu. back to top

23. Can I purchase a gift certificate from Paleo on the Go?

Of course! What’s better than giving the gift of real food? Click here to purchase gift certificates. They come in several denominations.

*Gift certificates are electronic unless otherwise specified. After purchase, the certificate information will automatically be sent to the recipient's email address. One exception is during holiday gift certificate promotional deals. back to top