HelloFresh
9. HelloFresh

If you're looking for a meal service that offers delicious food, but on the less expensive side of the spectrum, HelloFresh should be your go-to. HelloFresh is also good for picky eaters because all of its meals offer recognizable ingredients, so picky eaters know exactly what they're getting. It also ships nationwide! HelloFresh's food is only $8.16 a meal which ends up being about 49 dollars for two people to eat three meals!

Good Eggs
8. Good Eggs

Good Eggs is the perfect spot for online grocery shoppers. Yes, that's actually becoming a thing! Basically Good Eggs is an online farmers market. It provides local products delivered right to your door. It also offers seasonal recipes depending on what the site is offering that week. All of the food items are priced individually, but you can get free delivery if you order over 60 dollars worth of food. And, let's be honest, that's not very hard. 

Lighter
7. Lighter

This is one of the better meal delivery services if you love food that is on the leaner side. Lighter provides options for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. You can create your own meal plan based on your specific goals, cooking level and preferences. You can order as many breakfasts, lunches and dinners as you'd like! Lighter starts at around 65 dollars for up to nine meals and snacks per box.

Sprig
6. Sprig

If you need fresh meals now, then Sprig is the meal delivery service for you. Sprig offers ready-to-eat, organic, local and sustainable meals. While the meals start at only 9 dollars per meal, Sprig only offers food to people in the San Francisco and Chicago areas. And although the meals are organic, some aren't necessarily "healthy." 

Blue Apron
5. Blue Apron

Foodies will definitely rejoice with the food Blue Apron has to offer. The high end and unique meals are delicious and they're all between 500 and 700 calories. Blue Apron also never repeats a recipe within the same year, so its customers are in for quite the variety. The meals at Blue Apron start at 10 dollars per plate.

Plated
4. Plated

This meal service is for those who are on the adventurous side of food and love to cook. The meals aren't the take-out-and-heat-up kind of meals, so if you don't love cooking this isn't the service for you. The meals offer a lot of unique ingredients, flavors and recipes. Plus, the portions are pretty big so you may even get a few leftovers. Plated meals are about $13.50 per meal. 

Methodology
3. Methodology

This high-end food service is excellent for paleo dieters and health fanatics. Methodology offers gourmet meals that are packed with a lot of flavor. Most of their meals are paleo and you can find gluten-free options as well. Methodology charges about 15 dollars per meal and you have to order at least three meals at a time. But, the price is totally worth the tasty food you get. However, Methodology is only located in the San Francisco Bay Area. 

Quinciple
2. Quinciple

Quinciple is a New York-based meal delivery service that provides people in Brooklyn and Manhattan with fresh farmers market food. You get a weekly box that provides farmers market produce, meats, nuts, cheeses, fish and breads. Quinciple also provides recipes for the ingredients you get in the box. Each box is 50 dollars and if you have certain dietary needs, you can't opt out of foods. 

Peach Dish
1. Peach Dish

Do you love Southern food? Well, you definitely need to try meals from Peach Dish. It is based out of Atlanta and offers southern-inspired food nationwide. The meals not only taste like home-cooked meals, but they're also healthy. Every week you get to choose from two vegetarian meals and two protein meals. Peach Dish even offers users the chance to submit their own recipes to be featured in future boxes. The boxes start at 50 dollars for four plates per box.

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