Everytable Meal Service

Last updated: June 30, 2021

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In our analysis of 177 expert reviews, the Everytable Meal Service placed 9th when we looked at the top 24 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

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Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

The chain sources its meats, fruits, and vegetables from local purveyors and makes the dishes from scratch every morning, Foster said.
My favourite points of using Everytable for a week were: 1) I didn’t have to cook but my meals were still cheap and nutritious 2) the delivery came at the assigned time and very well packaged 3) I get to support a company that is doing incredible things for our local community.
“What we’ve tried to implement is delivering great value wherever we are,” Foster said. “So even though the pricing will be different between here and downtown, the price is going to be lower than whatever else is in that neighborhood.”
I want to be super clear: We don't seek to buy discounted ingredients. One of the places that we spend our money is in ensuring we use the most high-quality ingredients, which often come through sourcing local produce from California farms. Over 50% of the volume of vegetables we use is organic. Our savings don't come from cheaper ingredients, but from cheaper real estate and cheaper production costs at the storefront level.
An L.A.-based social enterprise company whose vision is to make healthy food affordable for all. How do they do it? With a unique pricing model that is based on your delivery zip code. My personal favorites from my delivery bundle were the Jamaican Jerk Chicken and the Superfood Cookie made with pumpkin seeds, cranberries, oats, hemp seeds, and coconut flour that was the BEST COOKIE IN THE WORLD! I’m not sure how this is vegan, gluten-free, and less than 200 calories.
The meals are tasty, and they’re pretty affordable, too: Order spaghetti squash and meatballs or Cajun blackened fish with braised collard greens and sweet potato puree for $8 in Brentwood (or $6 in South L.A.). Pickup is free, and if you’re within a five-mile radius of any store, you’ll pay less than $5 for delivery.

What reviewers didn't like

They don’t deliver everywhere in Los Angeles yet.
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