Green Chef review: What to know – Medical News Today

Green Chef review: What to know – Medical News Today

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Green Chef provides a meal kit delivery service that offers options to suit a variety of dietary preferences. The company uses organically certified ingredients and emphasizes green eating and living.

This article looks at what Green Chef offers and how its meal delivery service works. It also discusses the meal options on different plans and their potential health benefits.

Please note that the writer has not tried this service. All information is research-based, and all quotes are provided by an independent reviewer, Jamey Powell, who received a free kit from Green Chef.

Green Chef provides a meal kit delivery service, delivering ingredients and recipes to people so that they can make meals at home. The company offers meal plans for individuals with different lifestyles and diets.

According to the company website, the United States Department of Agriculture has certified Green Chef as an organic company.

Additionally, the company emphasizes its commitment to sustainability and green practices. Green Chef notes that its meals produce less food waste than traditional grocery store meals. It also states that it is the only meal kit company that offsets 100% of its direct carbon emissions and plastic packaging.

The company website also mentions that Green Chef works with farmers to source sustainable, delicious ingredients and maintain high animal welfare standards.

Customers create an account and choose their dietary and delivery preferences. They can select a box catering for two, four, or six people, with prices starting at $9.99 per serving. A person can opt to receive three or four meals each week (or two if they sign up for the four-servings plan). After subscribing, people can skip weeks or cancel at any time.

Green Chef delivers premeasured ingredients, including some that it has already prepared, such as chopped vegetables, sauces, and marinades. The company also color-codes the chef-crafted recipe cards and the ingredients so that people can easily match them up when making the meals at home.


“Packaging is mostly recyclable, but Green Chef uses a lot of small plastics for chopped foods that require some legwork to recycle.”

– Jamey Powell

Green Chef uses eco-friendly packaging. The company states that people can recycle most of the packaging.

  • Corrugated cardboard boxes: These boxes contain a minimum of 40% recycled content. People can recycle their cardboard boxes as they usually do.
  • Insulation: The insulation is made of Green Chef’s proprietary plant-based material. People can recycle the insulation with their paper and cardboard.
  • Ice packs: The ice packs contain soluble, nontoxic gel. The outer material of the ice pack is low-density polyethylene (LDPE). People can store the ice pack in their freezer for later use or drain the ice pack and recycle the outer material in a recycling center that accepts number 4 plastic.
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