Grow Food food delivery service and Botkin Hospital have created a menu for covid-19 patients
2021-07-07 04:07

Grow Food food delivery service and Botkin Hospital have created a menu for covid-19 patients

Russian food delivery service Grow Food together with the specialists of clinical infectious diseases hospital named after S.P. Botkin have developed a menu for patients and those who have recovered from coronavirus: dishes will help them quickly restore receptors and begin to feel the flavors and smells, Inc. reports referring to the company.

Meals will be delivered by the service's couriers in Moscow and St. Petersburg. The lineup includes two menu types: with three meals a day - Cov.Light for 490 rubles and six meals a day - Cov.Max for 990 rubles. The menu is available for 2, 6 and 12 days. The prices are given according to the cost of products.

The recovery of the receptors occurs through a combination of a variety of spices in safe concentrations in the dishes. In addition, the menu is high in fiber and protein, as well as vitamin drinks like morsels to help strengthen the body as a whole.

"We believe that in the current situation businesses cannot stand aside and must offer all possible solutions to fight the virus or help those who are sick. Pandemic is not an excuse to make money, so we have made both ranges at the lowest possible price. And with the support of the doctors at Botkin Hospital, we have set ourselves the task of creating a menu that can really help people with covid-19 feel better and get better faster," says Grow Food CEO Daniel Galper.

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Author: Karina Kamalova