All of the Celebs Who Have Gone Into the Meal Delivery Business

Tom Brady, Beyoncé and more celebrities take the guesswork out of dinner with their own home delivery meal services

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City Harvest Gala, New York, USA - 24 Apr 2018
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Blue Apron

The model announced a 6-week partnership with Blue Apron, where customers can order meal kits to make six of Teigen's favorite recipes at home. The dishes range from Chinese chicken salad with crispy wontons to garlic and soy-glazed shrimp, along with pork banh mi sandwiches from Teigen’s second cookbook Cravings 2, which hits shelves in September. In a press release, Teigen says she's excited "to share some of my favorite recipes directly with my fans, followers, and home cooks, making it easy and convenient for them to cook with me in their home kitchens.” The Blue Apron x Chrissy program will run from June 4 to the week of July 9th.

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Wendell D’Ambrosia

Real for Real Cuisine

The RHOC star recently launched a line of cooked, ready-to-eat meals on QVC—a venture she credits in part to her recent public split with husband David Beador. “As a single mom, a lot of my friends say they go through this every night. We say, ‘Oh, if there was just an easy, healthy option for us to eat for dinner tonight,'” the mother of three told PEOPLE. The line features three seafood-based options like Garlic Shrimp Linguini with Zucchini Ribbons that will be delivered within two days and can be reheated in the oven or microwave.

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2016 New England Patriots Training Camp
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TB12 Performance Meals

For $78 a week, you can mimic Brady's diet with his subscription option through Purple Carrot. The plant-based program is high in protein, gluten-free and uses limited refined sugars and highly processed ingredients. The New England Patriots quarterback says its designed for someone “looking to achieve or sustain their own peak performance.”

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22 Days Nutrition

The singer and her trainer Marco Borges launched a vegan home delivery meal service after Knowles had success with the plan. The organic, gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free and non-GMO meals range from $9.76 to $16.50 per meal and are delivered once a week with three plans to choose from.

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Gwyneth Paltrow Signs Copies Of "It's All Easy"
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3 Green Hearts

When the goop creator and her business partners Tracy Anderson and Maria Baum expanded their organic cafe to Anderson's new fitness studio in New York City, they also announced an upcoming delivery service. Coffee, freshly-made juices and smoothies, and prepared meals like gluten-free pastas, quinoa salad, fish tacos and grilled salmon will all be available to ship to your door in the coming months.

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Martha and Marley Spoon

The lifestyle guru's kit allows customers to choose the meals they want ahead of delivery and comes with pre-portioned ingredients and recipe cards to make Martha-approved mealtime super simple. The two-person box starts at $48 per week.

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Amanda Marsalis


The cookbook author and Food Network star created a delivery service using recipes she developed herself. The meals will focus on being family friendly (read: quick and easy) and use seasonal ingredients. A launch date has not yet been set.

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2016 Tribeca Film Festival - Screenings And Panels

The face of Weight Watchers announced earlier this year that she's teaming up with Kraft Heinz to produce refrigerated meals with a portion of profits benefiting charities that aim to end hunger. The ready-to-eat dishes, which will cover a range of categories, are designed to bring "real, nutritious products" to supermarket shelves.

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Z100's Jingle Ball 2016 - PRESS ROOM


The reality star's delivery service boasts vaccum-sealed meals (to preserve freshness) like coconut shrimp and pesto salmon delivered once a week starting at $8.99 per meal. All you need to do is pick the number of meals you want each week and heat them up when you're ready to eat.

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Tone It Up-Bodies
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Tone It Up Fresh

The Tone It Up girls launched their eating program on Chef'd to go along with their popular workouts. The healthy meals start at $13 per serving and you can choose what plates you want based on the taste profile the site curates.

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