Being a parent means being in charge of your child’s every need and taking care of their health and overall well-being. However, nowadays, when we consider that we have our hands full of business obligations and various other commitments, we have to balance between priorities. Hence, nutritious, professionally prepared meals for children may come in handy during busy weeks and HelloFresh offers just that.
Dan Treiman, the co-founder and former COO of the famous HelloFresh meal delivery service, has decided to join forces with the founders of Yumble, a healthy meal delivery service for children, and thus help parents in bringing only the best food to the table for the young ones. As you may know, Yumble was launched in the summer of 2016, with great results throughout the entire east US coast. Its plans are to expand to the west sometimes during the first half of 2018, with a strong belief in its success.
What You Get
What can be found on the Yumble menu are mostly meals served for either lunch or dinner, with several snacks that can double as breakfasts. It includes 22 different options per week, which is rather satisfying for both parents and their children. All you have to do is choose the foods your kids like, based on their preferences, and order a box which will meet their nutritional needs for the entire week. The boxes contain freshly made meals that can be reheated and enjoyed within just a few minutes. All meals are made of seasonal, natural, often organic ingredients, with no refined sugars or any unnecessary additives. At your disposal are a variety of options for different diets, including gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, and vegetarian meals.
This service is subscription based and the prices vary according to the plan you opt for. So, if you choose a box with six meals per week, it will cost you $7.99. If you opt for 12 meals, the price is $7.49, whereas 24 meals come with a price tag of $6.99.
Meal delivery services are widely accepted and welcomed in the States since they are 100% customer oriented. Both Treiman and the Parkers, the Yumble founders, are eager to start this business venture, which many claim will be one of the leading food business branches in the country. They’ve already attracted the attention of many powerful US investors, such as Andy Appelbaum, the co-founder of Seamless, so make sure to keep an eye on this service and give it a try as soon as possible.