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You can receive orders once or twice a week or order every once in a while. You can decide how much food you need, choose from.
For customers whose mother tongue is not English, it provides information in other languages, as well as interpreters, all free of charge. For easier ordering, the meals on each menu are categorized in accordance with the type of meal and main protein source.
You can browse breakfasts and view lunches and dinners featuring beef, beef with turkey, fish, pork, poultry or you can opt for vegetarian lunches and dinners. All meals on the menu are nutritionally balanced and dietitian-designed. Each meal is labeled in accordance with the special diets for which it is suitable. The Heart-Friendly menu features meals that are particularly suitable for seniors and individuals who are looking to enhance heart health through diet.
The meals on this menu are low in both sodium and fat. The Renal-Friendly menu is a perfect choice for individuals on dialysis. The meals on this menu are created in accordance with the dietary recommendations for most kidney disease patients. The Diabetic-Friendly menu includes meals designed to help you keep your blood sugar levels in check. The meals are low in carbs and free from added sugar. The Cancer Support menu features high-protein, high-calorie meals.
The meals are designed to prevent weight loss in cancer patients. The Lower Sodium menu features meals similar to those available on the Heart-Friendly menu. The meals are low in sodium and saturated fat and designed to support heart health and lower blood pressure. The Gluten-Free menu is not only suitable for individuals with mild gluten allergies, like most gluten-free menus on the market, but also for people with celiac disease. The Pureed menu is designed for individuals who have trouble swallowing people suffering from dysphagia.
Finally, the Vegetarian menu exclusively includes meat-free dishes. The meals on this menu are not entirely plant-based and do include dairy and eggs. After you receive your delivery, you can keep the meals in the fridge for up to 14 days or put them in the freezer in case you want to enjoy them at a later time — just be sure to thaw the frozen meals overnight before reheating them.
The meals can be reheated and ready to eat in just 2 minutes or less. Like many other meal delivery services, it does not deliver to Alaska and Hawaii as of yet. The meals are delivered in custom-designed coolers that keep the meals fresh and at the right temperature throughout transit. The service does not offer refunds for meals that have already been delivered.
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