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Trying to Eat Vegan? Check out These 10 Amazing Food Delivery Services

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These days, to obtain fresh, tasty food, you don’t have to leave the house. You can have the groceries come to you, which is a convenient service depending on your living situation. There are some cool perks to that; by using a food delivery service, you can get organic, farm fresh food that you might not find at the closest markets by your home.

You can also discover produce and plant-based meals and snacks that you would have never known about otherwise. Plus, you can take advantage of their special sales and offers, thereby giving you sweet deals you won’t find at the store. Give one a try; here are some amazing vegan food delivery services to check out!

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1. Veestro

Founders Mark and Monica found that frozen meal boxes were loaded with ingredients they couldn’t pronounce. They thought if they couldn’t find frozen options that fit into their new commitment to whole foods and plant-based nutrition, then they would create them! That’s when they started Veestro, a delivery service that provides frozen food with no preservatives.

2. Vegin’ Out

Vegin’ Out is a vegan and vegetarian meal delivery service based in Southern California that delivers to your home or office. They provide one week’s worth of balanced meals. This is great for someone looking to try a plant-based diet but doesn’t want to cook and doesn’t know where to start.

3. FreshDirect

FreshDirect delivers groceries to the New York area, offering everything from chips and bread to organic kale and vegan superfood salads. Plant-based eaters can find a variety of FreshDirect kitchen salads, frozen items, and heat-and-eat meals that are free of meat and dairy. The service also carry meat-free brands like Amy’s and Silk, so you can get your almond milk and frozen vegan burritos and burgers, too. They also have a nice selection of local, organic produce from NY-area farms like Lancaster Farm Cooperative.

4. Vegan Direct

Vegan Direct brings all-vegan food to you in the NYC area, so unlike with FreshDirect, there’s no picking through to discern what has animal ingredients and what doesn’t. That’s luxury is nice to have and make the shopping process much less stressful, especially for new plant-based eaters.

5. Farmigo

Farmigo is an online farmer’s market that sets certain pick-up locations, so they might not deliver specifically to your address. But if you travel to a pickup point, you can get all sorts of local produce from farmer’s harvests. They do sell meat and dairy items but you can definitely get your local fruits and veggies here. They even have entrees and side dishes.

6. Graze

With Graze, you can order weekly or biweekly boxes of snacks that are delivered to your door. When you sign up, you choose your preferred box and specify what items you do not want to see, like those that contain dairy. Browse through their snack offerings and click ones you want to try. This personalized experience allows for you to shop in snack harmony; if you do not want to select from products that contain milk, then you don’t have to. They have items like nuts, seeds, trail mixes, fruit and raw bars.

7. Supernatural Food

This company prepares meals fresh daily and delivers them to the Austin area in portable, reusable and environmentally friendly containers that can be stored in the refrigerator or carried with you. You don’t have to shop for or cook anything; Supernatural Food make and bring both meals and juices right to you.

8. HelloFresh

This is a great service for lazy cooks or wannabe chefs! They weekly meal boxes include everything you need to cook your own meals except the cookware: so you get the recipes and the ingredients. HelloFresh curates boxes and offer different ones each week so you don’t have have to do the meal planning. You can get veggie-specific boxes for vegetarian and vegan meals, listed as “for herbivores,” though they do sell their Classic box, “for omnivores.” In one box, you can find one vegetarian meal and two vegan meals, but they do offer boxes some weeks with all-vegan meals.

9. Veggie Brothers

Though all the services on this list cater to vegetarians and vegans, not all are not exclusively plant-based. These companies are great for households that have people with a mix of dietary choices, restrictions and preferences. But if you’re looking for a vegan-specific company, try Veggie Brothers! They deliver chef-prepared meals that are exclusively vegan, so there’s no need to worry about reading labels for animal ingredients. Cheers to that!

10. Veggie Vibes

With the Veggie Vibes, you’re presented with a different menu every week of entirely raw vegan food. This is great for raw foodists or people who want to try something healthier. With a service like this, you may find you love certain raw veggies, but just never had them prepared in a way that you liked!

Real Food Works

Real Food Works is a weekly meal delivery service where each dish is created by select restaurant chefs. You get to select from a rotating menu of 30 different dishes every week, and they have gluten-free and vegan options. In addition to the meals, they also juices and snacks.

Note: Relying heavily on food delivery services can mean you’re using a lot of cardboard and plastic. Be conscious of this and remember to always recycle those big cardboard boxes. Or, you can do what we like to do and reuse them around the house — use them for storage, make recycling bins for the mudroom, give the cats a cardboard kingdom, get creative!

Are there any food services you’ve used that have vegetarian and/or vegan meals? Let us know in the comments below!

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6 comments on “Trying to Eat Vegan? Check out These 10 Amazing Food Delivery Services”

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Bitter and Murky
1 Years Ago

Hungryroot is vegan and they ship nationwide their meals, snacks, sides and desserts. https://www.hungryroot.com/


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Bitter and Murky
1 Years Ago

Hungryroot is vegan and they ship nationwide their meals, snacks, sides and desserts. https://www.hungryroot.com/


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Nyala Descoudres
3 Years Ago

If only even one of the links was available in New Zealand it would make my year


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Althea Cole
3 Years Ago

looks good


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Mélissa Baffin-Bazile
3 Years Ago

Too bad these don't exist in smaller cities.


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Monica
18 Nov 2014

Veestro delivers all over the continental US through FedEx. Check it out! the food is delicious!!

Deanna Bryan Johnson-Mawhinney
3 Years Ago

Are these for vegan? Most of these are promoting animal foods?


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Shelly Hill
28 Sep 2014

Seriously?

Monica
18 Nov 2014

I\'m not so sure about the others, but Veestro is 100% plant-based.

Lois
3 Years Ago

Love Fresh Direct and I pretty much have to order from them, a couple of times a month, both to get my water jugs brought directly into my kitchen and to get a supply of veg entrees. However, the one thing they do that drives me NUTS is to discontinue specific meals without notice. First it was the creamy polenta which they\'ve recently reinstated but not the same quality, at all. Then it was the (frozen) veggie pilaf that vanished. I also really think they need to start taste-testing their entrees before they offer them to the public.


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David Schrock
02 Feb 2015

I always prefer to get fresh food, especially if it\'s home made. One of the benefits in our days is that you can always order food or alcohol online. If you want to organize party or just garden party it is important to take into account who you have invited, if everyone likes the same, or whether you need to order something special for each of the characters.It avoids you by ordering a buffet where everyone can take what they like and let the other be - so it is also flexible to order food out of the house.You can order your green food out of the house and it may be a menu or a buffet you choose - hhttp://www.kirkehosos.dk



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