The frozen-food aisle is full of health-boasting meals, but most are stuffed with salt and preservatives. "Why in the world isn't high-quality food available in the grocery store?" wondered Steve Sidwell. So he made some. His nutrient-dense frozen entrées, each with no more than 500 calories or 500 milligrams of sodium (and ingredients that even a 5-year-old can pronounce), come in a patented 100% recyclable paper pouch that evenly heats the food. The company has also committed itself to sourcing all-natural hormone-free animals for all of its meals containing meat and bringing nutritious foods to the 50 million Americans that struggle to get food every day—bringing 50,000 meals to food banks around the U.S. in 2013. Early in 2014, Luvo brought on former Lululemon and Starbucks exec Christine Day as the company's CEO, which may see Luvo's expanding footprint grow even larger.