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The Good Kitchen
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About The Good Kitchen
The Good Kitchen is another entrant in the healthy meal delivery business.  With more and more diet concepts such as low carb, Paleo, even Keto entering the mainstream there is a growing demand for convenient healthy meals.
The founders deeply believe that the foods we put in our body have a direct affect on how we feel physically, mentally, and even spiritually.  So many of our common ailments can be attributed to a poor diet and a steady input of harmful, yet avoidable, toxins.
With The Good Kitchen you have a company that takes your health seriously and provides a convenient way to enjoy healthy clean meals.

Product and Ingredients:

The Good Kitchen mission statement outlines their food beliefs which are to provide sustainable and ethically sourced ingredients from farmers that they trust.  This includes:
  • Grass-fed and grass-finished Beef
  • Pastured pork, lamb and turkey
  • Antibiotic- and hormone-free poultry and eggs
  • GMO-free
  • SeaFood Watch compliant Seafood
  • Seasonably sourced
  • Organic Produce (from Dirty Dozen List)
This also includes an unbridled dedication to customer satisfaction.  They know that high quality meals are more expensive so they want to make sure you are getting an incredible experience.
You can also get the full ingredient lists and nutrition facts from their website, simply click on whichever meal you are interested in.

Meal Plans:

The Good Kitchen caters to a variety of diets including vegetarian, primal, and paleo.  There are also a plethora of options when it comes to customizing your meal plans. 
You can decide exactly how involved you want to be in the process from choosing the exact meals you want, the quantity, and the frequency.  Conversely you can go hands of and just select a preset meal plan and forget about it.
The Good Kitchen lets you select from adult and kids meals with an option to add on snacks and related health products to your order.  They also let you customizes your meals by selecting the proteins Beef, Chicken, Pork, Seafood.  So if you have any aversions you can skip the meals you won’t eat.
Please note that they do not let you substitute any ingredients; meals are prepared in small batches so they can not alter recipes.  If you have any allergies screen the meals you are ordering for any offending ingredients.

Cost and Pricing:

You can get started with as low as 5 meals recurring on a schedule of your choice or a one time order for $70 or $14 per meal.
You can save more per meal with larger orders; for instance their bulk box order of 40 meals costs $375 or $9.37 per meal.
Free shipping is included on all orders.

Customer Service:

If you have any questions you can reach a representative at  The company has a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee and while they do not accept returns on their meals if there are any issues with delivery or the contents of your order they will work with you to make it right.

Online Reviews/Complaints:

Reviews for the Good Kitchen are positive, with many health and wellness bloggers giving thorough reviews of the samples they’ve received and ordered from the company.  Most enjoyed the flavors of the meals, the effective packaging, and easy preparation of the meals.  Some noted that the meal sizes may not be enough for those in serious training.

Competitors and Alternatives:

There is a growing number of companies that provide healthy pre-made paleo meals.  Some operate locally in conjunction with Crossfit gyms while others aim to serve a national audience.  Some other popular options include: Factor 75, Territory Foods, and Pete’s Paleo.

Where to Buy?

You can sign up online directly through their website,
If you have tried any Good Kitchen meals please leave a detailed review below to help others make informed buying decisions.
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