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Get nutritious food delivered to your doorstep by signing up to one of the many healthy meal delivery services on the market. Whether you’re looking for a vegan plan, a fitness-focused service or a total detox, we’ve rounded up the best packages available.

Best Healthy Meal Delivery Packages

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  • Detox-Kitchen-Fridge-fills

    Detox Kitchen

    Getting fed up of having to cook for all the family? Invest in Detox Kitchen’s fridge fills which are now delivering nationwide, offering nutritious chef-cooked meals that are prepared using the highest quality ingredients. Put your pasta away and get stuck into deliciously Mediterranean white bean, caper and tomato stew; aromatic prawn penang curry or comforting aubergine parmigiana – a heavenly break much needed for lockdown-fatigued cooks all over the land. Six dishes for £45, detoxkitchen.co.uk

  • Kurami All Day Plan

    Kurami

    If you’re losing motivation to cook healthy meals during lockdown, Kurami has you covered. Their Signature Meal Path is designed to maintain gut-health and boost the power of food, crafted by a dedicated nutritionist. With avocado on buckwheat toast, Mexican bowls, aubergine and kale salad and golden chai moon mylk, you will never be stuck for choice. The menu includes breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and drinks for every day of the week. Available weekly from kurami.co.uk

  • Plenish

    Plenish

    In need of a January detox? Plant-powered drinks brand Plenish offers a whole host of juice cleanses, from a dedicated soup option to one targeted at immunity. All products are organic, cold-pressed and sustainably sourced, sent to your door in recycled and recyclable PET bottles. If you’re a newbie to the detox world, go for the beginner option: six juices per day, with a choice of one to seven day programmes. There’s also a 5:2 programme, designed for those doing intermittent fasting. The best bit? They all actually taste good. You’ll be enjoying drinks like Savour, a nut mylk made with cacao, maca, dates and cashew, plus Sheild, an immune system-boosting juice featuring apple, carrot, lemon and ginger. Soups, meanwhile, include a roasted carrot and ginger combination, plus a kale, spinach and turmeric number.

    Use code C&TH25 to get 25% off until the end of January, with a minimum spend of £50. plenishdrinks.com

  • Fresh Fitness Food

    Fresh Fitness Food

    The delivery service of choice for those who are serious about fitness – and food. This is undoubtedly the most hi-tech of the services on offer, starting with a telephone consultation with a health expert to discuss your aims, needs and preferences. Each day’s delivery is then completely tailor-made for each customer. Whether you’re looking to build muscle, boost your exercise performance or lose weight, the bespoke nutrition plans get to work instantly on improving you from the inside out. All food preferences and intolerances are taken into consideration too, whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, lactose intolerant or just averse to certain foods. Best of all, it’s all delicious, thanks to Michelin star trained menu consultants, who work alongside expert chefs, nutritionists and fitness experts to create nourishing, delicious meals that nourish and strengthen the body rather than depriving it.

    From £23 a day. freshfitnessfood.com

  • The Barbary Next Door

    The Barbary Next Door

    Neal’s Yard’s The Barbary has launched a delivery service inspired by European delicatessens, offering everything from pre-prepared salads to oven-ready slow cooked dishes. The hearty, healthy menu draws on Middle Eastern and North African flavours: think cauliflower jaffa, aubergine topped with chimichurri and feta, Fattoush salad and Ethiopian fish curry. Cold dishes come ready to eat, while other dishes just need to be popped in the oven, with a selection of breads and snacks also available to order. The dip selection is another highlight – the hummus is particularly good, as is the spicy muhamara, made with roasted peppers and walnuts. And to top it all off, all produce is organic, free range and sustainably sourced, and comes in recyclable and compostable packaging where possible.

    thebarbary.co.uk

  • Ottolenghi Ready

    Ottolenghi Ready

    Dine like Ottolenghi with new food delivery service Ottolenghi Ready. Available to order online for delivery or by collection from the Notting Hill and Islington stores, the offering includes a selection of wholesome, vegetable-heavy meals which simply need to be heated up in a saucepan. Think spicy confit tandoori chickpeas, braised spinach and herbs with paneer, and shakshuka with red peppers and tomatoes. Not only are they delicious and healthy, the meals have been produced using a special type of packaging which extends the shelf life of foods naturally – meaning they’ll keep in the fridge for up to 10 days.

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  • Love Yourself

    Love Yourself

    Love Yourself is the brainchild of chef Michal Snela, who has experience working with Michelin-starred chefs around the world. There are various different meal boxes to choose from, including vegan, ketogenic, gluten-free and pescatarian – all made using healthy, fresh ingredients. Not only is Love Yourself good for our bodies, it’s kind to the environment: all boxes are 90 day compostable, and plastic use is low, with eco-friendly alternatives used wherever possible.

    Boxes are delivered daily between 5.30pm and 10pm. loveyourself.co.uk

  • Comfort & Joy, Jikoni

    Comfort & Joy by Jikoni

    The team behind Marylebone restaurant Jikoni has launched a sister brand: vegetarian home delivery service, Comfort & Joy. Available to order on a biweekly rotation, the menu will feature six meal boxes which stay true to Jikoni’s ethos of celebrating global flavours. Boxes are available for either one or two people, and made up of a thoughtful selection of balanced dishes designed to sit together in harmony. ‘The Namaste Box’, for instance, includes a sweet and sour baby aubergine curry, apple dhal, and a coconut and cashew thoran, while ‘The Habibi Box’ contains roasted cauliflower, lime dhal, and harissa and honey roasted rainbow carrots.

    Boxes for one from £20. jikonilondon.com

  • The Pure Package

    The Pure Package

    The Pure Package was borne out of a desire to help busy people eat well. ‘My philosophy is that you can reach your health goals whilst enjoying delicious nutritionally-balanced convenient food,’ says founder Jennifer Irvine. The USP here is the personal element: everything can be tailored to individual needs and intolerances, whichever programme you’re on. We tried the recently launched Patrick Holford Brain Food package, which is filled with brain-boosting foods such as oily fish, fresh fruits and vegetables, and pulses, nuts and seeds. Each evening you’ll receive your food package for the following day in a temperature-controlled bag (handy for transporting around), which includes breakfast, lunch and dinner, plus a morning and afternoon snack. Everything we tried was delicious, and portions tend to be generous with a healthy balance of high-quality protein, slow release carbs and essential fats. The Brain Food package comes with a nutrition supplement too: a powerful combination of essential omega fats, antioxidants, phospholipids and B vitamins – basically, all the good stuff, so expect to feel extra-alert and energetic.

    Brain Food package from £49.95 per day. purepackage.com

  • Mindful Chef

    Mindful Chef

    Since its launch in 2015, Mindful Chef has become a market leader in healthy meal delivery. Each week there are 16 recipes to choose from, with meat, fish and plant-based options – everything being free from gluten, dairy and refined carbs. All ingredients are delivered to your door, along with an easy to follow recipe: perfect for those who want to make life a bit easier, but still enjoy cooking. You can choose between one, two and four person bundles, and as everything is measured out precisely there’s no waste. Portions are generous too, particularly the meat and fish, which are sourced sustainably.

    mindfulchef.com

  • Tuck Food

    Tuck Food

    Before the coronavirus crisis hit, Tuck Food would deliver freshly cooked meals for Londoners to heat up at home or at work. Their offering has now changed slightly to Frozen Tuck Boxes: they’ll deliver a delicious frozen main course, which you can cook with your own carbohydrate such as rice, pasta or potatoes. Dishes on the menu span many cuisines: curries, chillies, lasagnas and pies have all featured in recent weeks, with vegan and vegetarian options available each day.

    6 boxes for £30. tuckfood.com

  • Fresh Fitness Food

    Fresh Fitness Food

    The delivery service of choice for those who are serious about fitness – and food. This is undoubtedly the most hi-tech of the services on offer, and starts with a telephone consultation with a health expert to discuss your aims, needs and preferences. Each day’s delivery is then completely tailor-made for each customer. Whether you’re looking to build muscle, boost your performance or simply kick-start the healthier you ahead of summer, the bespoke nutrition plans get to work instantly on improving you from the inside, out – and it’s made all the tastier thanks to Michelin star trained menu consultants who work alongside expert chefs, nutritionists and fitness experts. The packages on offer are varied, ranging from ‘plant-based’ to ‘lean gains’ and ‘competition preparation’, and with a focus on nourishing and strengthening the body rather than depriving it, reaching your optimum self has never been easier.

    From £23 a day. freshfitnessfood.com

  • Detox Kitchen

    Detox Kitchen

    Gone are the days of sadly picking your way through bland salads. Detox Kitchen offer a number of different food delivery packages, all designed to nourish, cleanse and detox the body. ‘Cleanse’ plans provide 1,000-1,500 calories a day, while plans from the ‘Maintain’ range are slightly higher at 1,500-2,000 calories. Both include breakfast, lunch and dinner, alongside snacks, a juice, a ginger shot and a small pudding. Alternatively, go for one of the ‘Flexi’ plans which provide just breakfast, lunch and a fresh juice.

    The brand has also launched a new Fridge Fills option, in which you can – as the name suggests – fill your fridge with healthy meals for the week. Current options include baked chicken rigatoni, vegan broth and teriyaki aubergine noodles. From £40.

    Whichever you go for you can guarantee delicious, nutritionally-balanced meals with lots of variation.

    detoxkitchen.co.uk

  • Apres Food Co

    Apres Food Co

    For the ultimate in convenience, opt for flash-frozen meals to stock up your freezer with, so you’re always prepared. Clerkenwell restaurant owners, accredited nutritional therapist Catherine Sharman and Danny Gray have launched health-focused food boxes with their award-winning wellbeing brand Apres Food Co. You can match the food to your lifestyle, dietary requirements and health concerns, with boxes including the Immune Function Support Box, Clarity of Mind & Energy Box and the Blissful Sleep Box. The meals are seriously tasty; we’d particularly recommend the Cornish fish stew.

    Dishes from £6, boxes from £25, apresfood.com

  • Daylesford Delivered

    Daylesford Delivered

    Across its restaurants and shops, Daylesford is known for producing some of the country’s freshest food – and now you can enjoy its wholesome delights without having to leave the house. Daylesford Delivered offers a range of food delivery services, including ready to serve hot and cold dishes and seasonal baskets brimming with ingredients ready to be transformed into nourishing home-cooked meals. Planning a party? Impress your guests by getting Daylesford chefs in to cook up a feast – they can do everything from a chef’s table supper to afternoon tea.

    daylesford.com

  • Press Juice

    PRESS London

    Famed for its cold-pressed juices, PRESS London offers a range of plant-based detox services. These involve consuming purely fruit and vegetables for a period of time, designed to give your digestive system a rest from the normal routine. If you can’t face going the whole hog, opt for the Soup Cleanse: four cold-pressed juices and three soups a day for two to five days.

    From £49 a day. press-london.com

  • No 1 Food Prep

    No1 Food Prep

    This food delivery service was born out of a desire to help their clients continue the good work and weight loss they’d achieved at one of their No.1 Bootcamp’s residential fitness retreats (based in Norfolk, but they also run them in Marrakech, Portugal and Ibiza). The clients enjoyed the organic, freshly prepped and calorie counted food so much they wanted to know how to emulate it at home. Now they don’t have to as you can order fresh deliveries straight to your door. Choose from three different regimes (light for weight loss, balance for maintenance and max for larger meals for those in training) and just click to order the dishes you want. Examples include tarragon and rosemary baked chicken, ratatouille and butternut squash puree, and sweet potato and chickpea falafel, three cabbage slaw and smoky tomatoes and peppers.

    Individual dishes from £6.50. no1foodprep.com

  • Nosh Detox VeganKeto Meal Plan

    Nosh Detox

    If you don’t know what ketosis is, here it is in a nutshell: it’s when your body burns stored fat for energy instead of glucose. When you plan your meals around this, it means your body will take its calories from protein and fats as opposed to carbohydrates and sugars – hence you’ll both lose weight and get a massive energy boost besides. Nosh founder, Geeta Sidhu-Robb, has been at the forefront of healthy food delivery services for 10 years and the VeganKeto meal plan is aimed at the new and growing wave of people who are saying goodbye meat, hello veg. A sample week includes dishes filled with good fats and low in carbohydrates, such as garlic and oregano broccoli on cauliflower rice or mushrooms in creamy sauce with pumpkin seeds and konjac noodles. Vegetables have never been so sexy.

    From £171 for three days. noshdetox.com

  • Spring Green London

    Spring Green London

    Beautiful food that tastes great is at the heart of Spring Green London‘s philosophy, a food delivery service which aims to challenge perceptions of healthy eating by creating dishes that people want rather than feel they should have. Both their three and five-day programmes have a strong focus on botanical superfoods and make the most of naturally-occurring nutrients to help nourish body, skin and mind. Choose between vegan, light protein and active protein plans and let the food do the talking. Spring Green is lean, clean and the perfect way to get you excited about healthy eating again.

    From £36 a day. springgreenlondon.com

  • Potage

    Potage

    The focus at Potage is on eating fresh and well, rather than dieting. A selection of high quality hot pots, salads, sharing boards and snacks are available to order for same-day delivery (lunch orders before 10am and evening orders before 4pm), regularly or spontaneously, online, by phone or via an app. Everything is handmade in small batches for that home-cooked taste and feel, and with weekly changing menus it’s impossible to get bored.

    Salads from £9. potage.co.uk

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