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Better Ask Barry: Food delivery services offer convenience


As sheltering in place continues across the country, preparing every meal at home has become a necessity.

If you’re not a cook, one option are local restaurants that offer delivery.

You might also try one of those meal kit delivery services.

Here are some you might consider:

Gobble. The delivery service claims dinner can be ready in 15 minutes. Their kits include pre-portioned protein and vegetables, and pre-made sauces to save you time. Simply order the items and portions that will suit your family.

Gobble delivers to the entire continental us, except for five states.

Green Chef. If you are looking to follow a specific diet, like keto, paleo or vegan, then green chef is for you. All of the food in the kit is organic and they ship to almost every state.

Hello Fresh. For maximum menu options and flexibility, Hello fresh is a good option. They ship nationwide and allow you to start, pause and cancel anytime.

Other top-rated options to try include Blue Apron, Sun Basket and Homechef.

If you have babies to feed, Little Spoon is a delivery service that brings organic, nutritious purees to your doorstep. The menu rotates weekly with flavors like 'carrot mango coconut milk tumeric' and 'kale

avocado green apple chia. The company pledges there are never additives or preservatives in their food.

Yumi is another baby puree service to explore.

There’s there's also Yumble, Tiny Organics, and Nurture Life, which deliver meals with older kids in mind.

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