FeastBox Review

FeastBox takes inspiration from all cuisines to deliver authentic meal kits straight to your door.
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Pros

  • Huge range of international cuisine
  • Competitively priced
  • High quality produce

Cons

  • Does not cater for the single person household
  • Difficult to filter for gluten-free
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Introduction

FeastBox looks to deliver meal kit boxes to their customers that are full of flavours of the world, jam-packed with premium ingredients. The company has a heavy emphasis as well on providing ingredients that are in season so that not only are they meant to be better for you, they are also better for the planet too as they have not had to be force grown. Additionally, the company donates a meal to Action Against Hunger for every meal you buy, so it's an all-round great company that puts its customers right at the heart of everything it does. The company also offers more than just meal kit boxes. It also provides frozen food that is akin to the quality of a home-cooked meal. Plus, it also offers a product called a ‘sharing box’. Using the sharing boxes means you can cook up a feast for 4-6 people with ease and no hassle whatsoever.

Price

  • Starting from £5.50 per person per portion

Key Feature

  • Exciting and nutritious food with recipes from every cuisine imaginable.

Benefits

The benefits of FeastBox are clear from the moment you have a delivery. The company creates boxes that allow you to cook authentic recipes using hand-picked and blended flavours that you may not otherwise have had the confidence to try to recreate in your own kitchen. However, with the easy to follow 15 to 20 minute recipes you will soon find that cooking any one of the meals that the company has designed a total breeze. You are left to sit back and enjoy exciting food that you otherwise may never have tried or even heard of! Lamb Lahmacun one evening? Absolutely. Followed by Gujarati Cauliflower the next? Of course.

That’s down to having a wide range of recipes available every single week that will pique your interest as well as any other members of your household - even the fussy ones. All recipes have been designed by chefs so you know that they are balanced and pack a nutritional punch too. That’s great news as it means you do not have to worry about creating your own well-balanced diet. Instead, you just have to feast on delectable delights that seem a lot more indulgent than they truly are.

Signing up to the service is subscription-free so you can stop paying for boxes as soon as you want, or take a break if you are going on holiday for a couple of weeks, for example. Boxes can serve up to four people and you can choose different frequencies for your deliveries. You can go weekly, fortnightly, monthly or even have a one-off box. As previously mentioned, you can also add some of the precooked, ‘Fast Feasts’ to your box which lean towards the east for inspiration. Sharing boxes are also a great addition to see, and, oddly, are not ones that you often see provided by FeastBox’s competitors.

Conclusion

FeastBox looks set to become as popular as the more established meal kit delivery businesses around. Thanks to its exciting recipes and highly flexible approach to delivering food, people will find FeastBox not only easy to integrate into their lives, they’ll soon find it a necessity if they want to continue eating yummy food that is easy to make. Plus, users will be glad of the fact that FeastBox looks to give back to the wider community through its Action Against Hunger donations.

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