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It’s that time of year again. We’ve all made sweeping plans to eat better, and those chickens have come home to roost. Now we desperately need shortcuts and cheat codes to help make this new healthy lifestyle stick. A healthy meal delivery service makes eating better a breeze, which means you’re chances of actually doing it for more than a few days will skyrocket. If you take advantage of one of these excellent meal delivery deals for January, you’ll get your new year’s diet off to a rocking start without spending much more than a few bucks per meal.
The best meal delivery deals in January include some of our favorite services such as Fresh N Lean and EveryPlate available at serious discounts if you sign up this month — some as cheap as $2 a serving. Most of them allow you to pause or cancel after the promo is up just in case the food is not to your liking.
There are also excellent deals on premium meat delivery and online grocery services, too. Each meal service is different and so are the deals, but most amount to some seriously cheap food per week that are either ready to eat (prepared meals) or preportioned and ready to cook (meal kits.) We’ve scoured the web to find the best meal delivery deals for January 2023. And check back as we’ll continue to update this story as new meal delivery deals go live.
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What are the best meal delivery deals right now?
If it’s the lowest possible cost, EveryPlate, HelloFresh and Gobble will send meal kits that are ready to cook, with some clocking in under $2 a serving. Other popular prepared meal services such as Splendid Spoon, CookUnity and Fresh N Lean are ready to send premade, ready-to-eat dinners to your doorstep, at per-serving prices that are far cheaper than takeout.
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Best meal delivery deals for January
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So which meal delivery service is the best?
I’ve tried most of them and they’re all pretty solid, with differences to consider depending on your budget, diet, taste and kitchen skill level. You can check out CNET’s roundups of the best meal kit delivery services and best healthy food delivery services for a more detailed, er, taste. And remember, nearly all of these meal kit companies let you pause or cancel anytime, so the risk and commitment when signing up for a meal kit service is minimal.
Whether you’re looking for ways to eat healthily, learn to cook new recipes or just make fewer trips to the grocery store this winter, a healthy, versatile and budget-friendly meal delivery deal can help you do it on the cheap.
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My advice: Take advantage of each and every one of these offers (making sure to pause or cancel after, unless you want to continue). You can see which service you like best and get super cheap takeout-style meals for weeks at a time.
Do meal kit sign-up deals have commitments?
Nope. Virtually all of them allow you to pause or cancel any time just in case you don’t love it, so there’s almost no risk after the deal is up. Although you may have to unsubscribe from their email blasts. The point is, most brands just want you to try out the meals and see if you dig them and those brands are willing to make it very easy (and cheap) to do that. To make things easier, we already tried the top meal kits and meal delivery services so you’ll know exactly what to expect and you can pick the best food delivery deal for you and your tastes.
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