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blue apron meal kit
9/10

Blue Apron

When most people hear the term 'meal kits', Blue Apron is one of the first brands that comes to mind. Founded in 2012, Blue Apron is the front-runner that started the phenomenon that many people are becoming a part of. Everyone can now have simple, healthy meals without having to put in too much effort. Since its popularity started to rise, many other choices for meal kits have been put on the market and many are wondering if Blue Apron measures up to them. But is it worth it? Are the meals complicated? Are the meals delicious and realistic? What if I have allergies? Don’t worry, that is all explained in this honest review.
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$11.99
Per Serving
Value for Price
8
Recipe Variety / Creativity
10
Delivery Service
10
Variety of Meal
8
Beginner Friendliness
9
Taste Score
9
PROS:
  • Responsibly-sourced Ingredients
  • Generous Portions
  • Great Marketplace
CONS:
  • No Allergy-based Options
  • No Vegetarian Option in the Family Plan
  • Lots of Small Packaging
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chefs plate meal kit
8.7/10

Chefs Plate

Meal kit services aren’t the most budget-friendly meal-time solution for Canadians. But along the spectrum of cost, Chefs Plate sits on the most affordable end. You can’t help but wonder if this is an indicator that the quality of the service/ingredients/recipes is lower as well. Does one of Canada’s most affordable meal kit companies come with drawbacks that devalue its service?
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$8.99
Per Serving
Recipe Quality / Taste
9
Variety / Flexibility
7
Delivery Service
10
Sustainability
8
Value for Price
9.5
PROS:
  • Budget-friendly
  • Free delivery with most plans
  • Some ingredients come precooked (with an extra fee)
  • Consistent quality
  • Reliable delivery service
  • New recipes every week
CONS:
  • Recipes are often high on sodium and sugar
  • Portion sizes tend to leave customers dissatisfied
  • Too much packaging due to every ingredient being packaged separately
  • Auto-renewal service typically results in surprise orders
  • Not safe for those with serious dietary restrictions
  • Only two serving size options
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cook it meal kit
8/10

Cook It

Cook It is a Montreal-based meal kit company. They deliver to 95% of the Canadian East Coast. They offer a great variety of recipes, including a vegetarian option. Cook It sources their ingredients from local farmers. Their meal kits are best for busy Canadian couples and families.
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$10.16
Per Serving
Recipe Quality / Taste
8
Variety / Flexibility
9
Delivery Service
6
Sustainability
9
Value for Price
8
PROS:
  • Best for families that need flexibility
  • Supports local Canadian suppliers
  • Weekly cooking tutorials
  • Free delivery
  • High-quality pantry products
CONS:
  • Slow-to-respond customer service
  • High number of complaints about missing,stale and damaged ingredients
  • Online user experience can be confusing for those who aren’t bilingual
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dinnerly meal kit
7/10

Dinnerly

Dinnerly is a fast and affordable meal kit option that is positioned for the busy weekday warrior. They offer a wide variety of recipes that are priced below $5 and only require 30-minutes to prepare. Recipes can be picked from a rotating menu online and include no more than six ingredients and steps to prepare. Each recipe card is electronically sent to you so there is no chance of it being misplaced or damaged.
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$6.50
Per Serving
Recipe Quality / Taste
8
Variety / Flexibility
7
Delivery Service
5
Sustainability
7
Value for Price
8
PROS:
  • Best for unfussy, budget-conscious eaters
  • Less waste than other companies
  • Fast, simple, kid-friendly meals
  • Low-cost meal kits
CONS:
  • Not best for discerning palates
  • No customization options
  • Not organized by meal
  • Charge for shipping
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everyplate meal kit
6.7/10

EveryPlate

Launched in 2018 by HelloFresh, EveryPlate is the low-cost version of HelloFresh. They offer a smaller variety of recipes but for a very competitive price: $6.49 including shipping. EveryPlate works with "trusty suppliers and genius chefs" to ensure freshness and quality of their meals. Their meal kits come in recyclable packagings. EveryPlate is ideal for low-budgets.
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$6.49
Per Serving
Value for Price
9
Recipe Variety / Creativity
5
Service Level
6
PROS:
  • Low prices
  • Best for: beginners
CONS:
  • No free shipping
  • Missing ingredients
  • Only a few recipes available
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fresh city farms meal kit
8/10

Fresh City Farms

Based in Toronto, Fresh City Farms was originally an online grocery store offering local and organic products. Recently, they've put those ingredients to use in meal kits. Fresh City Farms' meal kits cater to the picky or specific eater. They have vegetarian, vegan, gluten-friendly, dairy-free, soy-free nut-free and paleo options. From chicken burgers to vegan bowls, all their meals look delicious.  
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$10.75
Per Serving
Value for Price
7.5
Recipe Variety / Creativity
9
Service Level
7.5
PROS:
  • Organic Meals
  • Great Variety of Diets
  • Focus on Supporting Local
CONS:
  • No Free Shipping Under $30
  • Managing Orders Can Be Difficult
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fresh in your fridge meal prep
8.3/10

Fresh in Your Fridge

With Fresh In Your Fridge, you get delicious, ready-made meals that are completely customized to your dietary needs, preferences, goals, and lifestyle. This service is basically like having a personal chef.
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$32.92
Per Serving
Recipe Quality / Taste
9.5
Variety / Flexibility
9
Delivery Service
7
Sustainability
8
Value for Price
8
PROS:
  • Highly personalized service
  • Best for healthy, working professionals with dietary restrictions
  • Supports local Canadian suppliers whenever possible
  • Uses organic ingredients whenever possible
  • Free delivery
  • Sizable portions
CONS:
  • No nutritional information provided with meals
  • Premium price
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fresh prep meal kit
7.8/10

Fresh Prep

Based in Vancouver, Fresh Prep was founded in 2014 for people in search of an easier answer to the question "what's for dinner?". Fresh Prep sources local and all-natural produce and prioritize organic ingredients. With an emphasis on sustainability, they deliver the meal kits in a reusable insulated cooler bag. Fresh Prep offers plans for couples and families. Price per serving starts at $9.
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$10.36
Per Serving
Value for Price
7.5
Recipe Variety / Creativity
6
Service Level
10
PROS:
  • Ideal for Beginners
  • 1 Pan Recipes Available
  • Reusable Delivery Bag
CONS:
  • Recipes Are a Bit Repetitive
  • Few Vegan Options
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fuud meal kit
7.8/10

Fuud

Fuud is a Vancouver based meal kit delivery service. They focus on local organic ingredients from the Fraser Valley and in-season recipes. They also use organic meat whenever possible. Unlike most kits, their ingredients don't come pre-chopped. Although this adds more time to the cooking process, they feel it leads to fresher flavour and a more authentic cooking experience. Each week, they offer nine different recipes, including omnivore, vegetarian and gluten-free meals.
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$13.95
Per Serving
Value for Price
7
Recipe Variety / Creativity
8.5
Service Level
8
PROS:
  • Different Recipe Difficulty Levels
  • Creative Recipes
  • Authentic Cooking Experience
CONS:
  • Portion Sizes Vary By Dish
  • More Time Spent Chopping
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global belly meal kit
7.3/10

Global Belly

Global Belly offers Indian and Thai meal kits. There is no plan available, you can just select which recipe you like and they will send a meal kit with all the dry ingredients you need. This means you will still have to buy the most common ingredients. Global Belly is ideal for adventurous cooks who don't mind to get a few ingredients from the store.
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$12.90
Per Serving
Value for Price
6
Recipe Variety / Creativity
7
Service Level
9
PROS:
  • Original Indian & Thai recipes
  • Influencer Kits
  • Best for adventurous cooks
CONS:
  • No free delivery before $35
  • Need to buy some ingredients
  • Not best for busy cooks
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gobble meal kit
7/10

Gobble

Founded in 2014, Gobble offers 15-minute meal kits. They focus on simple meals that are easy and fast to prepare. Gobble is ideal for busy cooks and beginners. They recently launched a new offer named "Lunch Box" to help busy cooks preparing delicious lunch for the week.
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$14.45
Per Serving
Value for Price
7
Recipe Variety / Creativity
8
Service Level
6
PROS:
  • A wide variety of recipes
  • Super fresh
  • 15-minute ready meals
CONS:
  • No free shipping
  • Delivery issues
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good food meal kit
8.1/10

Goodfood

Goodfood is a Canadian meal kit company that focuses on providing easy-to-follow recipes that cater to all cooking levels and styles. They offer five different meal plan options that can be a simple and quick recipe or a unique culinary experience the entire family to enjoy. They also have a charity component. For every box purchased, Goodfood will contribute a meal to a child in need.
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$11.38
Per Serving
Value for Price
7
Recipe Quality / Taste
9
Variety / Flexibility
8.5
Delivery Service
10
Sustainability
6
PROS:
  • Best for Adventurous Amateurs
  • Creative Recipes Every Week
  • Time-saving Options with Pre-cut Ingredients
  • Free Delivery
CONS:
  • Not Best for Dietary Restrictions
  • Too Much Plastic
  • Non-intuitive Online User Experience
  • Cooking Times Up To 60 Minutes
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