August 31, 2015
As the hustle and bustle of back-to-school season revs up, your weekly meal prep and home-cooked dinner routine may be bumped off the to-do list by carpooling, PTA meetings and homework.
But don’t succumb to a diet of the drive-thrus and pizza delivery. There are several local health-focused meal delivery options that bring homemade dinner to your door.
How It Works: Every Wednesday, Grateful Plate emails its customers the upcoming week’s menu to place their orders. Then, on Monday, the meals are prepared and delivered fresh in pre-packaged meal portions.
How It Works: Customers have the option of three different programs, all with meals prepared by real restaurant chefs and delivered to your door via FedEx in insulated, chilled boxes.
How It Works: Each week by Thursday morning, Miss Rachel's Pantry posts a new menu to choose from, then customers have until Saturday at midnight to place orders for pickup or delivery the following week.
How It Works: Delivery service is currently suspended until the launch of Herban's store at 3601 Market St. in the fall.