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The Best Meal Kit Delivery Services

Updated Dec 17, 2022
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After trying nine meal kit delivery services and cooking around 190 meals over the course of four months, we don’t think any kit is as life-changing as it sounds, nor is one service right for everyone. But some people who want to get better at cooking or need help planning dinner can benefit from a meal kit. We have three favorites to fit a wide variety of needs.

Blue Apron, good for getting started

Blue Apron

Good for getting started
We found the recipes from this popular service particularly consistent and easy to follow. The ingredients are good-quality, and although the menu is limited, the meals have broad appeal.
We recommend
Martha & Marley Spoon, fresh, flavorful meals with a little more work

Martha & Marley Spoon

Fresh, flavorful meals with a little more work
Although the recipes are still easy to follow, Martha Stewart’s meal kit appealed most to testers with just a little more cooking knowledge. It also wins points for satisfying vegetarian options.
We recommend
Sun Basket, organic and good for dietary restrictions

Sun Basket

Organic and good for dietary restrictions
Almost all of Sun Basket’s ingredients are organic, and all of its meals are designed for people with various dietary restrictions. It offers easy recipes that took less time on average than meals from any other kit we tried.
We recommend

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