Sprinly is the meal delivery service for individuals living a plant-based lifestyle.
Here’s how it works: Choose a weekly meal plan that best fits your needs and customize your box with meals each week. Sprinly prepares and delivers chef-inspired, organic, ready-to-eat meals to your door once a week. No additional cooking is required. Simply follow the heating instructions and enjoy! Skip weeks or cancel at any time.
Meals are made without dairy, gluten, animal products, refined sugars and sweeteners. Best sellers include the Mediterranean oasis bowl with baked falafel and dill tahini, soba noodles with tofu and peanut sauce and spicy chana masala with sweet potatoes over brown rice.
Three plans are available: six meals per week ($109/week), 12 meals per week ($199/week) and 18 meals per week ($289/week). Preview the weekly menus for ingredient and nutrition information before ordering.
Sprinly currently ships to Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, Delaware, plus Buffalo, N.Y., Nashville, and the greater Chicago area. There are plans to expand to other states and cities, so check the website for delivery updates. Delivery is free on all plans. Meals arrive on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday, depending on your location.
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