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The eco-friendly meal delivery service you can only get around here

By Tanya Edwards, published May 13, 2019

"Food people and busy people — or, in all likeliness, both — have all probably dabbled in meal delivery services like Blue Apron, Sun Basket, Needham-based Purple Carrot, or a CSA share.

"Family Dinner, a food delivery service founded in 2017, mixes the best of both. You sign up online for the share size that is right for your family, or you can pick and choose from a selection of farm fresh and seasonal meats, fish, dairy, and locally produced vegan options. They e-mail you recipe ideas when your order is on the way, and it’s hand-delivered in a reusable bag that you give back the next time you order. Almost everything is wrapped in paper. It’s that simple."

How it Works

Step 1:  Choose your share. There's no commitment.  You pay week to week and you can skip or cancel at any time.

Step 2Curation. We carefully curate each week’s share and place orders with local farmers and food purveyors.  Each share contains protein, fruits, veggies and grains.  Tell us if you have any allergies or aversions and we'll make substitutions.

Step 3: Cook, eat, and enjoy! We deliver your share at the end of the week. You receive an email with a list of ingredients and recipes. Cook, eat, and share the delicious things you made.

What is in a typical share?

Each share contains protein, fruits, veggies, and grains, tailored to your share type and size.  We are happy to accommodate your food allergies or aversions. 

Our blog, This Week's Food, captures the ingredients, farmers, and recipes that are featured in every week's share. 

Here's a shot of the Omnivore Whole Share that was delivered to our customers on August 1st, along with a list of ingredients:

Proteins: Pork and Eggs from Feather Brook Farms; Yellow Tail Flounder from Red's Best; Greek Yogurt from Brookford Farm

Fruits and Veggies: Blueberries from Kimball Fruit Farm; Beets from Clark Farm; Swiss Chard from Brookford Farm and Drumlin Farm; Corn from Drumlin Farm; Greens from Generation Farm and Queen's Greens; Squash from Clark Farm

Grains: Bread from Forge Baking Co

Special Treat: Caramels from McCrea's; Cookie from Forge Baking Co

How does it compare with other CSAs?

We firmly believe in community supported agriculture (CSA). We want you to enjoy all of the benefits of a CSA with none of the drawbacks:

Local: We find the best ingredients from local farmers and food purveyors. 

Curated: We curate a selection of proteins, veggies, dairy, grains and treats.

Flexible: Accommodation for all food allergies, and aversions. 

No Food Waste: We won't overload you with any one ingredient.

No Commitment: You pay week to week. Skip or cancel anytime.

Convenient: Delivered to your door, every week.

All Seasons: We deliver the good stuff all year long.

Where do we deliver?

HOME OR OFFICE DELIVERY

Delivery on Saturday 10am-1pm anywhere inside of the 495 loop, North to Newburyport, West to Framingham, and South to Plymouth.

Delivery on Tuesday 1pm-4pm anywhere inside of the 95 loop, North to Wakefield, West to Waltham, and South to Quincy.

Not sure if we deliver to you? 

We'd love to hear from you!  Let us know where you are and we'll figure out how to serve you! 

Omnivore Double Share
Omnivore Whole Share
Omnivore Half Share
Pescatarian Double Share
Pescatarian Whole Share
Pescatarian Half Share
Vegetarian Double Share
Vegetarian Whole Share
Vegetarian Half Share
Paleo Double Share
Paleo Whole Share
Paleo Half Share
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