Healthy groceries
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Here are a few of our commonly asked questions. For more info, visit our FAQs page or send us a text.
How does it work?
Great question! You start by taking a quiz and telling us about yourself (your goals, how many people you’re feeding, dietary needs, what you like to eat for dinner). Then, we’ll create a grocery plan and fill your cart with suggested groceries and recipes that fit your needs. You can also always edit your delivery to get exactly what you’d like. Then comes the exciting part: we deliver your groceries and recipes straight to your door! Once you’ve tried your food, you can rate your groceries and recipes to let us know what you thought. We’ll take note and use that info to get to know your tastebuds and improve your deliveries every week. Cool, huh?
Why grocery subscription?
For most folks, grocery shopping and meal planning is a super time-consuming task. We make it easy to restock your fridge every week by getting to know your tastes, then delivering your groceries straight to your door. Fun fact: 95% of our customers save time each week by shopping with Hungryroot.
What can I expect?
Hungryroot isn’t your average grocery delivery, and it isn’t a meal kit. We help you shop for groceries that turn into healthy meals you’ll love. Like picking things yourself? No problem—you can edit your delivery every week.
Can I skip a delivery?
Absolutely! You can skip deliveries any week before they process, and you can pause or cancel your subscription anytime. Our goal is always to give you the best experience (and groceries) possible.
How much do plans cost?
Plans start at $65+! Your plan size is personalized based on how much food you’d like us to cover, and you can update it anytime. Most people think of their Hungryroot delivery as the majority of their groceries for the week. Tell us a little about you to get started.
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