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Hungryroot

by Holly Riddle

Oct 29, 2019

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Products / Food/Drink

There are tons of meal delivery options out there, but what makes Hungryroot different?

 

Hungryroot allows you to build a delivery program based on your individual diet. You can pick exactly the ingredients you want, so you’re never stuck receiving a meal kit program’s standard fare. Everything’s catered to your needs and wants.

 

After you’ve developed a program that’s right for you, you pick your delivery dates and then cook and eat. Everything is pre-chopped, pre-mixed and otherwise prepped — meaning there are fewer steps for you to take to get something delicious on the table.

 

Hungryroot also boasts it’s one of the few meal kit programs out there that can easily work with an array of dietary needs. Whether you’re gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian or have a range of allergies, the brand can work with your requirements.

 

And it’s not like you have to pick out only meals for yourself; you can pick out simple ingredients and foods, too, so you can make whatever you want, whenever you want. Shaved sprouts? You got it. Cauliflower rice? Sure. Just want some spaghetti squash already peeled and chopped, arriving at your door? No problem. The same can be said for pasta, rice, sauces, various meats and baking batters.

 

All in all, Hungryroot seems best suited to those who consider themselves foodies and have some cooking chops under their belts, but who also want convenience. Hungryroot gives its subscribers the ability to mix and match ingredients to make their own creations, but also the convenience that comes with delivered food items, suggested recipes and prepped ingredients.

 

 

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