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23 Best Paleo Meal Delivery Kits and Subscriptions

You may be new to the paleo diet, which includes humanely raised meats, sustainable seafood, organic veggies and fruits, and protein-rich nuts and seeds—in other words, avoiding the processed stuff, refined oils and sugars, soy, gluten, and dairy. Or you may be an old hat to the paleo lifestyle and just wanting to make your meal planning a little easier. Wherever on the journey you may be, we’re glad you landed on this list, which outlines all the best paleo food delivery plans, some high-quality meat subscriptions, and suggestions of paleo snack boxes to satisfy your cravings.

Paleo Meal Delivery

1. Green Chef Paleo Plan

Image of Shaved Steak with Chimichurri, Roasted Bell Pepper, and Butternut Squash via Green Chef.

Cost: $12.99/meal. Subscribe here!

Ships to: The continental US for a flat fee of $7.99.

COUPON: Save $80 off your first four boxes! No coupon needed - just use this link.

What You Get: Choose to receive a delivery each week, or two or four. With each shipment you’ll get three new high-protein dishes that are free of gluten, grain, dairy, or soy. Every meal is packed with flavor and fresh ingredients.

Read our Green Chef reviews! The reviews are not specifically of paleo meals, but might give you a sense of if this subscription model is right for you.

2. Factor

Image of Shrimp Alfredo via Factor.

Cost: Starting at $15/meal for 4 meals/week. Save with longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

Ships to: The US. Shipping costs vary per location.

COUPON: Save $40 off your first two boxes ($20 savings each box)! No coupon needed - just use this link.

What You Get: Factor sends meals that are organic & fully-prepared. All their food is also non-GMO sugar, soy, antibiotic, hormone, gluten-free and they make it easy to see what meals are ketogenic and paleo. All you have to do is pop these paleo meals in the microwave for 5 minutes or less and enjoy your delicious meal!

Read our Factor  (formerly Factor 75) reviews! The reviews are not specifically of paleo meals, but might give you a sense of if this subscription model is right for you.

3. Sun Basket Paleo Plan

Image via our review of the Sun Basket Paleo plan!

Cost: $11.99 per meal = $71.94/week for 2 people, or $143.88 for 4 people, + shipping. Subscribe here!

Ships to: Most zip codes in the U.S., excluding AK, HI, MT, and parts of ND and NM. A flat rate shipping fee of $6.99 applies to all orders.

What You Get: Farm-to-table-inspired recipes and the pre-portioned, high quality, non-GMO, organic ingredients you need to make them. Some items, such as signature sauces and spice mixes, come pre-prepared for you.

Read all our Sun Basket reviews here, including reviews of the paleo plan.

4. Pete’s Paleo

Image via Pete’s Paleo.

Cost: Starting at $123/week ($24.60/meal) for 1 meal a day, 5 days a week, + shipping. Save with larger subscriptions. Subscribe here!

Ships to: The US.

What You Get: Pre-prepared paleo meals delivered fresh (not frozen) to you. All ingredients are organic, and meat is pastured, grass-fed, and non-GMO. Vegetarian menu items are available!

5. Paleo on the Go

Image of Chicken and Dumplings via Paleo on the Go.

Cost: Starting at $9.50/entree + $24.95 flat rate shipping. Subscribe and save 5%. Subscribe here!

Ships to: The contiguous US for a flat rate of $24.95. Local pickup is available in Largo, FL.

COUPON: Use code MSA to save $15 off your first box.

What You Get: Paleo on the Go is a paleo and Autoimmune Protocol friendly meal delivery service, providing chef-prepared frozen meals that you just reheat and eat. Once they arrive, meals can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 5 days or frozen for up to 6 months. Every meal on the site accommodates a paleo and AIP diet, and some offer low-carb and keto options, too! Note that this subscription requires a minimum purchase order of $99 to justify shipping costs.

6. Caveman Chefs

Image via Caveman Chefs.

Cost: Starting at $41.25 for 1 meal per day, for 3 days, for 1 week, + shipping. Subscribe here!

Ships to: The US. Shipping to Colorado addresses is a flat rate of $25. Shipping to all other states is a flat rate of $60. Local pickup is available in many parts of Denver and other parts of Colorado. See the list in their site‘s FAQ.

What You Get: You’ll receive paleo food delivery that has already been prepared and cooked for you using organic, local, and sustainable ingredients. You can purchase your meals a la carte, or choose from subscription options ranging from 1 week to 4 weeks, and from 1 to 5 meals per day, and from 3 to 7 days per week. Meals last up to 7 days in the refrigerator or up to 6 months in the freezer.

7. Eatology Paleo-Zone

Image via Eatology.

Cost: Starting at $10.50 for a one-time purchase of 1 meal + shipping. Save 20% when you sign up for their 10-, 15-, or 21-meal monthly auto-ship plan. Subscribe here!

Ships to: The US for $25 per 15 meals sent. An additional charge of $5 is applied to shipments going to CA, ID, ME, MT, NY, OR, and WA. Local pickup is available in Bryan, TX.

What You Get: First, choose whether you’d like to receive medium or large meals. Then choose what you’d like to receive from their menu, which changes daily and rotates weekly—or, let their team choose for you and let your paleo meal delivery be a surprise! All meals are made with real, whole-food ingredients like all-natural proteins, fresh fruits and vegetables, and healthy fats. They’re gluten, hormone, and preservative free. Meals are sent frozen and last up to 6 months in the freezer, or 3-4 days thawed in the fridge.

8. Territory

Image of Ground Turkey Chili Verde via Territory.

Cost: Starting at $19.90/week (or $9.95/meal) for the Boost Size. Starting at $25.90/week (or $12.95/meal) for the Standard Size. Starting at $31.90/week (or $15.95/meal) for the XL Size. Plus shipping. Subscribe here!

Ships to: DC Metro (Baltimore), Richmond (Hampton Roads), New York City, and Philadelphia. Shipping costs a flat rate of $7.95 per order, per delivery. Pickup is also available in Middle River, MD and Annapolis, MD.

What You Get: Pre-prepared meals made from natural ingredients. “The Paleo formula – meats, vegetables, nuts, seeds, some fruit, no refined sugar. All whole ingredients balancing moderate protein, healthy fat, and carbohydrates from an expanding variety of accepted vegetables.” Choose your meal size and frequency, wait for delivery, then just heat up and eat!

9. Trifecta

Image of Paleo Sesame Meatballs via Trifecta.

Cost: Starting at $108.43/week. Subscribe here!

Ships to: The US for free.

What You Get: Pre-made meals using all organic ingredients, grass-fed meat and wild-caught seafood. All meals are gluten-free and never frozen—they arrive vacuum sealed and last for 10 days in the fridge. Choose from 1-4 meals per day (breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a 3rd entree), for 5 or 7 days per week. If you have aversions or allergies, you can also indicate that you’d like your meals to exclude shellfish, white fish, salmon, mushrooms, turkey, or game meat.

10. Fresh ‘n Lean Paleo Plan

Image via Fresh ‘n Lean.

Cost: Starting at $15.98/meal for 1 meal/day 5 days a week. Save with more meals per order. Subscribe here!

Ships to: The US for free.

What You Get: “Keto meals cooked using the freshest seasonal whole foods. Free from GMOs, gluten, and anything bad whatsoever. Always. Insulated packaging and vacuum-sealed containers preserve all of the quality and keep your meals fresh.” Meals can be heated in less than 3 minutes and menu rotates weekly. Packaging is BPA-free and recyclable. You have the option to choose from breakfast, lunch, dinner, or all 3, and whether you’d like to receive meals for 5 or 7 days a week.

 

Need more ideas? Here are some of our favorite meat delivery services:

1. Butcher Box

Image from our review!

Cost: $129/month + free US shipping. You can save $20 by doubling any order. Subscribe here!

Ships to: The continental US.

What You Get: 8-11 pounds of grass-fed beef, heritage pork, and free-range organic chicken. There are five different boxes available: beef & pork, chicken & pork, beef & chicken, all beef, or a mixed box of all three meats. Butcher Box sends 100% grass-fed and grass-finished meats that are antibiotic and hormone free, and are never taken from feedlots.

Check out all of our Butcher Box reviews and the Food Subscription Box Directory!

2. Stock Yards Monthly Club

Stock Yards Meat Monthly Club

Images via Stock Yards.

Cost: Starts at $199.99 for a 3-month subscription + $9.99/month shipping. Subscribe here!

Ships to: The continental US.

What You Get: Steaks, chops, ribs, or other premium meats. A different type of meat is sent each month, and two tiers of subscription are available, offering high or higher quality meats. Stock Yards sends subscribers the same meats they use in their restaurants, cut by the same butcher. They send USDA Prime and USDA Choice, as well as the Certified Angus Beef® Brand.

3. Omaha Steaks Box Plans

Image via Omaha Steaks.

Cost: Starts at $79.99/shipment + free shipping to the continental US. Subscribe here!

Ships to: The continental US for free; Canada, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands for additional shipping fees.

What You Get: Choose from Steak Box plans, Grill Box plans, and “Stock Up All At Once” bulk plans. Curious about what you’ll receive? When you click into a plan on the Omaha Steaks Box Plans site, you can see what’s scheduled to be sent each month.

4. Crowd Cow

Board of steaks from Crowd Cow meat delivery subscription.

Image via Crowd Cow.

Cost: Starts at $89/delivery + free US shipping. Subscribe here!

Ships to: The continental US.

COUPON: Save 5% off every box when you subscribe. No coupon needed - just use this link.

What You Get: Crowd Cow sends farm-to-table craft meat along with info about the animal’s breed, how it was raised, and the independent ranch where it came from. Box options include Ground Beef, Lean Protein, Farmers Market (a spread of meats including chicken, beef, bacon, sausage, and more), Japanese Wagyu, Farmers Market Reserve (premium cuts of meats described in Farmers Market option), and Steak Lovers.

Check out our Crowd Cow review for more info! 

5. Porter Road

Porter Road meat subscription box shown with a display of steak, sausage, bacon, baked potatoes, and other ingredients.

Image via Porter Road.

Cost: Subscription boxes start at $70 + free US shipping. Subscribe here!

Ships to: The continental US.

What You Get: Pasture-raised meat including beef, pork, lamb, and chicken, from farms in Tennessee and Kentucky. Porter Road raises their animals with humane and sustainable practices. They do their processing in-house, including harvesting, cutting, and more. They offer five boxes: Grill Master, Best of Porter Road, Beef + Pork, Beef Box, and Butcher’s Choice Box.

Visit our 15 Best Meat Subscription Boxes and Clubs list for more meat delivery options!

 

What about between meals? Here are some paleo snack subscriptions we would recommend:

1. Simply AIP

Cost: Starting at $34.08/month. Subscribe here!

Ships to: Worldwide.

What You Get: Each Simply AIP monthly box includes 6-8 taste-tested, carefully curated AIP-friendly items such as grab-and-go snacks, sweet treats, pantry staples, self-care products to help with your healing journey, and an online community offering positive resources. For those unfamiliar, “AIP” stands for Autoimmune Protocol. All products in this box are gluten-free and dairy-free, and avoid processed foods & refined sugars.

2. Paleo Pax

Image via Paleo Pax.

Cost: $60/month. Subscribe here!

Ships to: The US for free.

What You Get: 18 premium paleo snacks from top snack brands including Caveman Cookies, Paleo Crunch, Nick’s Sticks, Evo Hemp Bars, and more.

3. Healthy Surprise Paleo Box

Image via Healthy Surprise.

Cost: $63.74/month + shipping for a one-time order. Subscribe to save 15%.  Subscribe here!

Ships to: Worldwide. See rates for US, Canadian, and international shipping on their site.

What You Get: “For those wanting the highest quality snacks with the strictest requirements, we present the Healthy Surprise Paleo Box! As a company focused on ingredients, we know how hard it can be to find snacks that meet your high expectations. All snacks in the box exceed our quality standards by also being grain-free, legume-free and refined sugar-free. Unlike our other boxes, which are vegan, you’ll find some kind of animal protein in each box. All beef, bison & lamb products are grass fed & finished, all snacks from land animals are pasture raised and all seafood snacks are wild caught.”

4. Paleo by Maileo

Paleo by Maileo November 2017

Image from our review!

Cost: $39.00 per box + free shipping. Save with longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

Ships to: The US for free, Canada for $5.

COUPON: Use code SNACKATTACK to save $5 off your first month-to-month box!

What You Get: “Each month you’ll get an assortment of 7-9 crowd-pleasing Paleo foods, products and snacks. Items can include sweets (cookies, bars, dried fruit, etc.), savory snacks (jerky, nuts, chips, etc.), ingredients (sauces/spreads, wraps, etc.), and the occasional personal care products.”

[Read all our Paleo by Maileo reviews!]

5. PBH Foods

Image of paleo-friendly sweets via PBH Foods.

Cost: $29.99/box. Subscribe here!

Ships to: The US for free.

What You Get: A dozen of paleo-friendly sweets per box. Choose to have a box delivered every 7, 14, or 30 days. Each paleo dessert delivery comes with 4 different varieties, 3 pieces each. A sample month might include 3 apple empanadas, 3 pumpkin cookies, 3 cinnamon rolls, and 3 snickerdoodle cookies (all shown in the photo above). Every sweet is gluten free, dairy free and has no refined sugars oils.

6. Club Jerky

Image via Club Jerky.

Cost: $20/month for the 2-flavor membership, $35/month for the 4-flavor membership. Save with longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

Ships to: The US for free.

What You Get: New flavors of fresh, small batch jerky sent to you each month. Each shipment includes jerky trading cards and toothpicks.

7. LOLJerky

Cost: Starting at $9.41/month for 1 bag. Subscribe here!

Ships to: The US for. free.

What You Get: Sign up for 1, 2, 3, or 6 bags of jerky per month. Each jerky included is guaranteed to be minimally processed, minimally preserved, and have less than 5g of sugar per serving. The average bag size in this box is 2 oz.

8. Sugar Smart Box

Cost: $27.95/month + free shipping. Subscribe here!

Ships to: Worldwide for free.

What You Get: 7+ unique artisan snacks that are diabetic-diet-friendly and keto compliant. Each snack is low-carb and has less than 5g of sugar per serving.

 


Have you been following the paleo diet? Head to the comments sections to tell us which of these boxes you’re most excited to try!


 

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Written by Christen Russo

Christen Russo

Christen is a smile collector, outdoors enthusiast, and appreciator of soggy French fries. Her favorite subscriptions involve eco-friendly products and clothes, nature supplies, stationery, and coffee. She can be easily won over with a good sheet of stickers.

Comments (4)

  1. Goodness. How do normal people afford any of these? Feels so out of touch.

    • I’ve tried Sun Basket and Green Chef, there’s usually a pretty good introductory offer and then after that you can cancel. Then once in a while they will send you deals to come back, do the deal and then cancel. But yeah, really expensive otherwise! Much cheaper to make your own paleo food. I’m a snack addict, so any of those snack boxes would be totally lost on me.

    • Tbh, when you cut out processed foods, dairy, grains, soy and eating out for the most part ( if you are following a strict paleo diet there are essentially no restaurants that use healthy cooking oils w the exception of a raw dish that specifically uses olive oil) it frees up room in your budget to get spendy on the ingredients you do use. Even Chipotle uses inflammatory cooking oil though their ingredient lists are otherwise awesome for a fast food joint. That being said, yeah these services are the most expensive way to eat paleo. I haven’t had good luck with meal kit delivery services, with the exception of Peach Dish, which is now defunct. Too many problems with wilted, frozen, spoiled or just poor quality produce. If I sign up for one of these it will be for emergency meals to have on hand in the freezer, which ends up being cheaper than eating out in a pinch, with the understanding that someone eating paleo isn’t going to McDonalds etc.

      • My diet consists almost entirely of dairy, grains, and beans (including numerous soy products), and I shop mostly at Whole Foods and it is still more affordable than most meal prep subscriptions.

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