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Good To-Go was founded by Jennifer Scism, accomplished chef and


long-time co-owner of Annisa, a nationally recognized restaurant in


New York’s Greenwich Village. Jen’s career has long been focused on


the importance of good food. She has cooked at NY Times 4-star rated


restaurants, traveled to over 20 countries studying regional foods, and


beaten the Iron Chef, Mario Batali, on the TV Food Network’s Iron


Chef program. It’s safe to say she knows good food. She also loves




With her husband and Good To-Go’s co-founder, David Koorits, the two enjoy exploring the backcountry with pole,


pedal, paddle and feet. Soon after David and Jen met, Jen was introduced to many new outdoor adventures. As day


trips turned to overnights and extended backcountry adventures, Jen struggled with the limited opportunity for fresh


and delicious foods. Being a professional chef, she was not going to last eating the packaged meals already out there.


So she began preparing her favorite meals and dehydrating them in her countertop dehydrator. It was do or die, or at


the very least…go hungry. Through trial and error, the two were able to sit down, take in their surroundings and


complete their adventures with aS amazing meal. Jen’s creations were so delicious that they wanted everyone to be


able to enjoy them.



Maine has a long history of wilderness adventures and craftsmanship, especially when it comes to the outdoors. It’s


a perfect setting for making Good To-Go’s lightweight dehydrated gourmet meals. Maine’s vast forestlands, with


countless lakes and mountains and its thousands of miles of coastline, are breathtaking and inspiring. Good To-Go


uses that inspiration to carry on the tradition of Maine craftsmanship focusing on quality and excellence. Every meal


is handmade by chefs whose focus is creating the most delicious meals, to be enjoyed wherever your adventures


take you.

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