Some of the best things in life arrive fully assembled, such as motorcycles and newborn babies. Get dinner pre-put together with today's Groupon to Delish & Nutrish. Choose between the following options:
For $29, you get one day's worth of delivered meals (a $65 total value), which includes:
- Breakfast, lunch, and dinner (a $55 value)
- Two snacks
- Dinner salad
- Delivery (a $10 value)
For $49, you get delivered dinners for five consecutive evenings (a $110 total value), which includes:
- Five dinners with salad (a $90 value)
- Delivery (a $20 value)
Delish & Nutrish's menu, which is overseen by a registered dietitian and prepared by a Gourmet Chef, renders healthy eating simple by delivering organic, naturally raised fare to customers' doors. Like a malfunctioning carousel, the menu rotates weekly, accommodating all dietary needs, including vegan, vegetarian, dairy or gluten-free standards. Lunching stomachs seek fulfillment in the five-bean salad's quintet of legumes piled upon a bed of mixed greens, and snack cravings meet their match with pistachio-mint smoothies. Raised cage-free, the mediterranean-turkey-meatloaf dinner goes down stomach pipes with sun-dried tomatoes, feta, and basil. Delish & Nutrish delivers meals twice weekly, and customers can choose from three lifestyle-tailored meal plans to help lose weight, boost metabolism, or stock up for the Armageddon.
Delish & Nutrish
Delish & Nutrish’s executive chef Justin Reed and sous chef Danny Kempton transform organic produce—much of it from local farms—into custom meals for each client before delivering them right to the client’s doorstep. Justine Meyer, the staff’s registered dietitian, helps plan the meals, stuffing them full of fresh, whole foods. Inspired by owner Nina Tafarella’s vision to help others transform their health through nutrition, this team continuously strives to help clients eat healthily without having to spend hours in the kitchen or drive great distances.
They can customize all meal plans, which can focus on weight loss or simply the maintenance of a balanced diet. Since they hand prepare their dishes without the help of industry-grade cloning technology, Reed and Kempton are able to appease vegetarian, vegan, lactose-intolerant, or gluten-free diners.