Chefgood delivers healthy, easy meals to the door

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Healthy, chef-made meals that the whole family can enjoy.

Time-poor Canberrans can enjoy healthy, chef-made meals delivered to the door, with Chefgood’s all-natural ingredients, local and seasonal produce and no preservatives. This is a sponsored post.

EATING healthy, nutritious food just got a lot easier with Chefgood’s meal delivery service that caters to everyone, says its spokesperson.

“For too long we saw people turn to dodgy, stodgy and unhealthy meals because they were convenient and marketed as a ‘healthy choice’. So we decided to start a meal delivery service with a few key differences,” they say.

“Our meals are made with locally sourced ingredients, handcrafted by real-life chefs and made with whole foods which are GOOD for you.”

Healthy, chef-made meals delivered to the door.

Chefgood didn’t want convenience to trump health or taste, so the team created a new style of prepared meals that are nutritious, delicious, high quality and ‘restaurant style’.

“Our meals are handcrafted by our chefs and nutritionists with fresh local produce, all natural ingredients and no hidden sugars or preservatives,” says Chefgood.

Chefgood has created meals that fit in well with busy schedules, plus a refreshed weekly menu so customers never get bored.

Getting meals sorted for the week has never been easier with Chefgood meals delivered to the door.

In regards to weight loss, Chefgood says it’s helped many people not only kick their weight-loss goals, but also keep the weight off with portion-controlled yet satisfying meals.

Operating as a friendly and flexible subscription service, Chefgood says that it’s easy to pause or skip certain weeks. The changing meal plans can be selected up until Wednesday nights, and meals will be delivered between Saturday to Tuesday. Meals come delivered in a 100 per cent recyclable, foil-lined box with ice packs to keep them cold and fresh.

Meals delivered for the week with breakfast, lunch and dinner options.

Chefgood has a range of meal-plan options to suit all tastes and lifestyles. ‘Everyday Wellness’ is perfect for people who are always on the go, when good food and healthy eating shouldn’t be compromised. ‘Slim & Trim’ is ideal for sustained weight loss at 350 calories per meal. Vegetarian and vegan versions, no added gluten and no added dairy options of ‘Everyday Wellness’ and ‘Slim & Trim’ meal plans are also available, as well as
breakfast and snack packs as add-ons to the meal plans.

Chefgood’s tasty, nutritious meals.

“Meal plans start from as little as $10.30 per meal but the real value is the amount of time it gives back to our customer,” says Chefgood.

By removing the time that people take in meal planning, grocery shopping and prepping, Chefgood gives back up to two hours out of someone’s day.

“Simply pop Chefgood meals in the microwave for two minutes, giving customers more time to spend doing things they actually love,” says Chefgood.

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