10 Best Meal Kit Delivery Services (2022): Blue Apron, Dinnerly, and More

hungry root ($65+) is essentially an online grocery store. You’ll take a quiz about what you like to eat, and the service will deliver groceries to your door, along with recipes based on what’s in the weekly box. For example, one of my boxes contained chickpea pasta bowls and a superfood tomato sauce, but I could dress them up with whatever I wanted or use the ingredients separately. It’s a fantastic way to add to your pantry. You can choose foods yourself or Hungryroot will do it for you based on your food profile. Allergen and diet filters are plentiful. There are plans for one person, two people, or three or more people. Here you can view the available groceries to get an idea of ​​what is on offer.

Imperfect Foods (prices vary) is one of the most well-known “ugly food” food boxes. Deformed products, non-perishable goods that are perfectly fine but are past their sell-by date, dented boxes… none of these make food dangerous, but they make it harder to sell. Imperfect Foods is anything but traditional. After logging in, you can share your dietary preferences and see your assigned delivery day. Fill your box each week from the rotating selection. You can opt for weekly or bi-weekly deliveries. Ingredient prices vary, and shipping ranges from $6 to $9.

sun basket ($11+ per serving) offers a variety of meal plans with an emphasis on fresh and organic ingredients. Each weekly menu offers a large selection, so there is something for everyone. Some of the other meal subscriptions I tried had wilted produce or subpar taste – Sun Basket didn’t have either. Dinners were loaded with ingredients similar to what I would pick at the store, including impeccable seasonal fruits and vegetables. Aside from nutritious dinners, you can also add things like coconut yogurt, seed butter, sous vide egg bites, soups, and such snacks as chocolate nuts and crickets. (If you’re wondering, yes, the crickets were awesome.) Diet filters allow for options like Mediterranean and pescetarian, as well as allergens. You can also add things like jerky, dips, sauces and candy to your weekly delivery. For meals and groceries combined in one service, Sun Basket is a safe bet.

crowd cow (prices vary) is a food box that’s all about the meat. (You can also order sides and desserts, but I didn’t try those.) From ground beef to waygu steaks, from seafood dishes like lobster tails and salmon to staples like chicken and charcuterie, Crowd Cow has it all. You can even get bison, duck, or other hard-to-find animal proteins. The packaging is 100 percent compostable and recyclable, and shipping is climate-neutral. The company also strives to produce its meat as sustainably as possible. Boxes are available a la carte, or you can opt for recurring deliveries to save 5 percent and get free shipping. Prices vary, but Crowd Cow can be a good option for a domestic seafood lover like me (or anyone who wants to see their meat’s supply chain).

Farmbox Direct ($41+ per box) only offers product boxes. There are a few varieties to choose from, but all contain only fruit and/or vegetables. You choose the size you want, but content customization is limited. You can make up to five substitutions per week based on the rotating menu. I was able to use most of my mixed fruits and veggies, but I had a few laggards that went unused (like a huge bunch of kale that wilted before I could reach it). This service might not be for everyone, but if you’re a produce lover or a juicing enthusiast, it might be worth trying. Bonus: Delivery is free.

Gorgeous spoon (Prices vary) offers a plethora of smoothies, soups, pasta bowls, cereal bowls, and shots. Every item I tried tasted very natural—so yes, these lemon juice shots will go down just as you would expect. Aside from one very bitter experience, I liked everything I tried and I especially loved the brand’s smoothies. The ingredients are also clearly listed, so that the lemon fiasco could have been avoided. All meals are plant based and gluten and GMO free. Plans include combinations of many different offers, and deliveries can be scheduled as infrequently as once a month. Just make sure you have some space in your fridge – the products are a bit bulky.

top sailing steamer (starting at $120) isn’t like some of the other meal delivery services in this roundup because it’s not a subscription. It’s still the best seafood-centric option we’ve tried (including those with subscriptions). It’s basically a seafood chef delivered right to your door via Goldbelly. Choose your seafood, choose your spice mix and follow the foolproof instructions to treat yourself to a feast. Everything cooks up quickly in the included steamer container, and you even get paper trays for easy cleaning of the bowl. While the prices may seem high, the portion sizes and ingredients on offer are fair and probably lower than what you might find in a restaurant. As an inland seafood lover, many of the “fresh” seafood delivery services have been lazy – both figuratively and literally – leaving me disappointed. Topsail Steamer just made me happy.

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Zack Zwiezen

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