85+ Diet Food Delivery Services & Programs

Diet delivery programs make a lot of sense if used correctly. They take out all of the guesswork and preparation, and much of the cleanup. Most people find that they can stick to a diet as long as they just have to eat the food. Here is our exhaustive list of programs for your browsing pleasure. We’ve recommended our two favorites, and broken the rest down by where they deliver, but in no particular order. Bon Appétit!

Recommended

Bistro MD

This is one of the most popular diet delivery programs out there, and it’s not too hard to see why. A wide variety of menu options, reasonable prices, and nationwide delivery makes this an easy-to-follow system for many. Recommended items to try: Gulf Rock Shrimp Primavera and Pineapple Teriyaki Meatloaf.

Diet-to-Go

With your choice of daily calorie intake and a diverse range of foods, it’s no wonder that Diet-to-Go is the choice of many dieters. In some areas you can pick up the food directly, but they also offer delivery across the country. Be sure to try their Mexican Pizza and Whole Wheat Monte Cristo sandwich.

Nationwide

Freshology

With celebrities like Katy Perry and Pink crediting it with their weight loss success, you can understand the hype. Their FreshMommy program helps new moms get back to the shape their were pre-pregnancy, and their gold program features items like Peppered Flat Iron Steak and Orange Glazed Grilled Turkey.

eDiets

The Biggest Loser used to run their delivery program through eDiets, and now they’re boasting Cee Lo as their celebrity endorser. This one might not feel much like a diet, with plenty of comfort foods like pizza, macaroni and cheese, heavier foods like lasagna and pasta, as well as desserts.

Medifast

They’ve got this set up so you can order 2 or 4 week packages, so you lose a little bit of the customization that other plans provide. This is more for serious weight loss, and the food has been criticized as being on the bland side, and not fresh, but if you’ve got a lot of weight to lose it may provide faster results.

Healthy Chef Creations

One thing that many delivery programs share is preservatives and additives to make the food last longer and taste better. But HCC uses organic ingredients whenever possible and says they’re committed to quality. Pricier than most, you’re supposed to be getting gourmet food to your door.

DineWise

The array of menus here is quite impressive, with the ability to select meals specifically tailored for diabetics, seniors, men, and those watching their sodium intake. With the ability to mix and match individual meal items, the possibilities here can keep you interested for quite some time.

NutriSystem

One of the most heavily advertised diet delivery packages, they have their share of celebrities pitching their food. Plans are separated by gender to account for the caloric difference, and they also provide a diabetic and vegetarian plans. This is one program for the cost-conscious dieter, with programs starting at $9 a day.

The Fresh Diet

Claiming you can lose up to 12 pounds in 4 weeks, they got their biggest bump by being in O magazine. Their pitch is that this is a gourmet dieting option, with foods prepared fresh and delivered daily. You’re going to pay for that freshness, as this program is far more expensive than other pre-packaged or frozen meals.

Diet Designs

You are supposed to be getting gourmet foods in the right portion sizes, and all designed to help you lose weight. Fergie gives props to this program as helping her slim down. Waking up to a Spanish Frittata with Mango Salsa sounds pretty good, and with meals that account for heart disease and gluten sensitivity, this seems worth a try.

GenoVive

This program relies heavily on whole grains, so you might not want to go with this if your body doesn’t respond well to them or if you’re following a gluten-free diet. They don’t include things like growth hormones and antibiotics in their foods, which is nice, and at $20 it provides a good value for the dollar.

Gobble Green

Since most diet delivery programs are very meat-centric, with only a few offering vegetarian options, it’s nice to have an option for the vegetarians and vegans out there. Preparing daily vegan meals can be a challenge, and they’re committed to providing 100% vegan meals using mostly organic ingredients. Bonus!

Spa Meals to Go

Provides meals based on the HCG Diet, as well as 1200 calorie programs, and you can order your meals one at a time, making it very customizable, but some might like more of a structured plan where you are getting a kit rather than having to construct your own weekly menu.

In the Zone Delivery

This is another program going the gourmet route. These gourmet delivery programs are in response to complaints of less expensive national programs sending food that doesn’t quite deliver on taste. They start with a phone consultation so you get personal recommendations on what menu to go with. Nice touch!

Jenny Craig

This is a way to do the Jenny Craig program from home, without having to visit the office. They give you a consultant to help counsel you into better shape, and then deliver their pre-made pre-approved meals to your door. With foods that make it seem like you’re not on a diet, this is worth checking out if you’ve ever wanted to get on the Jenny program.

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13 Comments

  1. Roger Waterson says:

    I had no idea there were so many options! I’d only ever heard of Nutrisystem before. Thanks!

  2. Daniel022 says:

    I heard some great things about Bistro, ediets, and freshology. They say most of these foods the taste could use some improvement, but the three I mentioned are actually very good. In fact, I personally have tasted Bistro and I loved it. The only thing is, do they really help you lose weight? The only way to know, try them out for yourself I guess.

  3. Taylor says:

    I wonder what the cost would be like compared to cooking similar foods by yourself. I’d probably say a bit cheaper, but then you do have to consider the time spent on cooking and also cleaning up after eating. If I could replace all my meals with one of these programs, then I could potentially save 2 to 3 hours a day in cooking and cleaning after, so even by the time savings it may make sense to join one of these programs. Interesting.

  4. Mia says:

    I rather eat homemade meals if possible, but cooking for one person just seems like too much waste of time and I think it might even cost more than just signing up for a service like this. It’s very time consuming to do research on healthy ingredients, then finding the right recipe, shopping for the ingredients, and finally cooking them. Yeah, it makes perfect sense to pay for all them time consuming stuffs lol.

  5. Melody Reed says:

    A company called Magickitchen.com (www.magickitchen.com) has homemade style frozen meals you can buy, there’s no sign-up or anything, you just talk to them, try a meal or two, and if you like them, they’ll arrange to start shipping meals. Or you can just go online and order now and then and keep some in your freezer for when you’re strapped for time. Meals are great!

  6. Melody Reed says:

    You should add MagicKitchen.com, they have a whole line of meals that are portion controlled. I eat them for lunch and supper(I don’t like the breakfasts), and I’m doing great!

  7. Makenna says:

    Hey Bembu Team,
    You guys should consider adding http://www.freshnlean.com to your list of diet delivery programs. They have already been listed as a resource on vrg.org and have fantastic tasting food.

  8. Elizabeth says:

    Do any of these company provide catering for the GAP Diet?

  9. Al Pruitt says:

    This company “Corporate Cuisine” offers San Francisco business delivery of gluten free snacks such as; rice chips, vegetable chips, bean chips, corn shacks, etc) as well as specializing in healthy drinks and snacks (low fat and sodium, low sugar, whole grain, fruit chews, etc.).

  10. Jessica Macey says:

    I tried HeartyMeals: http://www.Heartymeals.co
    Service was amazing, food was great. The results were exactly what I wanted. I was able to sync up with my Fitbit device and they were able to customize my caloric intake based on how active ive been. Highly recommend for anyone in the NYC area

  11. Jim says:

    The Fresh Diet company declared bankruptcy in July 2016. Clients who paid in advance for their meals are having to try to get a few cents on the dollar back through the bankruptcy court system. Buyer beware.

  12. Joe Read says:

    Another one for the list: https://www.prepperfect.co.uk/ I’ve been eating from their menu for nearly 2 years now, love the service – having healthy meals in the fridge saves me from indulging in those cravings for junk food that come all too often!

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