Quebecers take to meal subscription boxes

By Cassie MacDonell, Local Journalism Initiative
Quebecers take to meal subscription boxes
Renee Rostieus displays one of three meals from her weekly two-person meal subscription box. Today, she is feasting on smoky pork chops, tangy apple slaw, creamy lemon mayo, and snap peas. Included in this meal box are pre-measured ingredients such as honey mustard, miel, mayonnaise, southwest spice blend, lemon, apple, snap peas, pork loin chops, and coleslaw. (Photo : Cassie MacDonell)

Meal subscription boxes were all the rage during the height of the pandemic, and continue to be a staple in the lives of many Quebecers. Convenient, quick, tasty, and healthy (for the most part), meal subscription boxes take the shopping and prepping out of a homecooked meal.
Most meal kit subscription boxes allow customers to customize recipes by dietary restriction, family size, and meals per week. After picking your preferences online, a list of corresponding recipes will appear for you to choose from. After your selection, a box will arrive at your doorstep with pre-measured ingredients and sauces, recipe instructions, and anything else you need to make your meal. In general, meals take anywhere between 15 to 45 minutes to make.
Lennoxville residents identified two meal subscription box companies they have successfully used before, which include HelloFresh and Goodfood.
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