Organic Carryout

delicious.

energizing.

cravings that nourish.

Organic Carryout

local farmers

seasonal menu

zero waste packaging

At canihaveabite, we know eating delicious, healthy meals made from local, organic ingredients can be a challenge. That's where we come in.

We make delicious, nutritious dishes that you can pop in your fridge or freezer to eat when it is most convenient for you. Our dishes are made from local and organic ingredients, so our menu changes weekly. This means you can eat canihaveabite year-round and never be bored. We have dishes for every diet – vegan, vegetarian, paleo, omnivore, gluten-free, and more – and use compostable packaging.

It's time to know the story behind your food.

Food for every diet.

Cravings for any time.

vegan/vegetarian
entrees
paleo/omnivore
entrees
soups
salads
sides
sandwiches & wraps

Box lunches

Canihaveabite is perfect for anytime of the day, including lunch. Each day we offer a selection of sandwiches and sides that are perfect for lunch.

Want canihaveabite for your office? We offer box lunches and catered meals for organizations.​ Contact us to learn more about our corporate lunch program.

beverages
cleanse

Cleanse

Want to kick-start your journey to healthy eating? In addition to our daily menu, we have a variety of meal programs so you can have canihaveabite food all day long.

Learn more about our 3 Day Detox, 28 Day Challenge, or contact us about starting a meal program.

Hungry?

Questions?

Do you have food sensitivities, allergies, or concerns you would like addressed before you order from us? Contact us.

Confused about who we are or what we do? Hey, we get it! Canihaveabite is reinventing dining, and it is a complicated transition. Check out Who We Are, What We Do, or our FAQs.

Any other questions? Contact us directly.

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(816) 797 -0553
707 W. 47th St.,
Kansas City, MO 64112
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