Meal Kits

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Meal Kits

Top Sites

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Home Chef

Quick, delicious, and more complex meals than others

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Sun Basket

Organic meals with a focus on fresh produce

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Sun Basket

Organic with focus on produce

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Blue Apron

Easy recipes with wine pairing suggestions

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HelloFresh

Innovative, diverse, and delicious recipes

  Advice  

Meal kits are great for anyone who's short on time or curious to try different recipes, whether they're an experienced cook or a complete beginner. With meal kits, there's no need to pain over planning meals. These services usually offer promotions regularly. Most of the time you'll get a discount on your first few boxes and you can skip weeks or put your subscription on hold at any time. You can specify how many meals to receive each week, but you'll save more by ordering more. Consider dietary preferences and restrictions, price, eco-friendliness, and simplicity. Different meal kits emphasize different aspects of cooking and food. Some are also offered in grocery stores so you can give them a try without committing to a subscription.

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Meal Kits

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(Listed alphabetically)

Daily Harvest

Vegan single-serving-style meals

Dinnerly

Good for beginners on a budget

Epicured

Made for those with FODMAP and IBS issues

EveryPlate

Affordable option with simple recipes

Factor_

Healthy microwave meals

Fresh and Easy

Ready to put in the oven

Freshly

Fully cooked meals to your door

Fresh Direct

Offers prepared meals as well as groceries

Fresh n' Lean

Healthy farm-to-table meals

Gobble

No meal prep necessary

Green Chef

Meals for all diets, including keto and paleo

Hungryroot

Saves time for people on busy schedules

Martha & Marley Spoon

For more experienced chefs

Purple Carrot

Vegan meals

Sakara Life

Healthy, plant-based, organic foods

Snap Kitchen

Gluten-free option with no prep required

Spendid Spoon

Vegan meals

Veestro

Plant-based, sustainable foods

YumbleKids

Made with kids in mind

Spendid Spoon

Vegan meals

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