UpMeals, the healthy, fresh and sustainable vending machine solution, has launched their first ready-to-eat meal subscription service, their first direct-to-consumer delivery. Available for two, three and five days, consumers can sign up to receive nutritious meals delivered to their doorstep weekly. The menu includes meals prepared by in-house nutritionists using the highest quality, nutrient-rich seasonal ingredients and will include meals created through fusion. work with guests. At the launch, chef collaborations will include meals from Chef Joël Watanabe from Kissa Tanto, Nihal Elwan, founder of Tayybeh and Chef Kim Vo from Slow.

Customers can register for on-time delivery or register for the service to receive periodic meals. Meal and dietary preferences may be taken into account, including vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, allergy or intolerance preferences, as well as specific protein preferences. In addition, the user can choose a weekly meal based on the menu provided during the week. The rotating menu will feature dishes created in collaboration with local chefs, inspired by their unique palates and locally sourced ingredients. A curated list of locally sourced items such as cold-pressedU juices, kombucha, healthy treats, snacks and meal kits will also be available and updated daily. weeks for the customer to add to their delivery.

At launch, the following meal collaborations will be available:
  • Andalucía Bowl by Chef Joël Watanabe – Savoury, sweet, and packed with flavor, this is a culinary journey in a bowl, courtesy of award-winning Chef Joël Watanabe. Moroccan chicken, falafels, crispy chickpeas, curried cauliflower, cherry tomatoes, sweet potatoes, broccolini, local radish, and gem lettuce are accompanied with beet hummus and a rich harissa vinaigrette and finished off with toasted pumpkin and sesame seeds.
  • Muhammara Chicken Wrap by Nihal Elwan – A flavourful delight of authentic Syrian influences from Tayybeh. Chicken is coupled with pickled red onions, juicy tomatoes, fresh and crispy lettuce, and Tayybeh’s signature Muhammara sweet red pepper spread wrapped together in a light and fluffy tortilla.
  • Vietnamese Zoodle Salad by Chef Kim Vo – Refreshing, citrus, and sweet, this salad is brought to you by Chef Kim Vo from Chầm Chầm – Vegan Vietnamese. Fresh zucchini noodles, sauteed lemongrass tofu, ripe cherry tomatoes, shredded red cabbage and carrots, and watermelon radish are tossed in Chef Kim’s signature peanut sauce and topped off with lime, cilantro, and shaved almonds.

“We’ve had many requests from individual consumers for our meals over the years so we’re thrilled to bring this option to the market. Our technology-forward platform facilitates the creation of customized, healthy meal plans based on dietary preferences and meal types. A curated menu based on the two, three, or five-day meal subscription is then created,” said Drew Munro, Co-Founder and CEO of UpMeals. “All our meals are prepared in a HACCP certified facility for the highest level of safety and cleanliness and are designed to fit most diet types and goals. We hope this helps people achieve their nutritional goals and make their lives easier. We’re also keen to continue our chef collaboration program and offer meals that capture the essence and diversity of the food culture on the West Coast.”

To start, the meal subscription service will service British Columbia and Alberta, with plans to expand cross-country. It will serve the lives of busy professionals and health-conscious consumers who want healthy meals but don’t have time or the capacity to cook. Starting at a minimum order of six meals, weekly subscribers will receive free delivery, while ordering a single week is also available subject to delivery fees. Weekly subscribers will receive extra perks and benefits including up to 15 percent off the cost of their meals, free shipping and delivery, extra treats and surprises in their boxes, and access to exclusive subscriber-only special meals and products.


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