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042-052_H_FOB_TOC_Memorial_15_V2.inddWellness guru BFFs and business partners Gwyneth Paltrow and Tracy Anderson are taking over the world one lifestyle service at a time—from workouts to blowouts (to vagina steam cleaning). Next up: feeding Hamptons residents organic packaged meals.

The dynamic duo, along with third partner Maria Baum, just launched 3 Green Hearts, a food line that will offer healthy, all-organic on-the-go options out of Anderson’s East Hampton and Water Mill studios, with plans to sell them at additional locations in the future.

The menu features (somewhat) beach-friendly meals like fish tacos, kale ravioli, gluten-free pastas, and quinoa salsas. Plus, cold-pressed juices ($12.75) and smoothies ($11.50). Meals will be priced between $11.50 and $15.25, with sides selling for $6.75 each.

In an interview with Hamptons Magazine, Anderson insisted there would be sweet treats, too. “I’m a major foodie so there’s also going to be frosting shots, but the frosting is made without all the processed things that really hurt us,” she told the magazine. (Um, does anyone have any idea what a frosting shot is, processed or otherwise?!)

Even if they’re healthy, we wouldn’t recommend doing one before a heated dance cardio class, just to be clear. Maybe grab one of those juices, instead. —Sarah Sarway

(Photo: Hamptons Magazine)

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