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Spending more time at home means spending more time maintaining your household. With all of the cleaning and organizing (plus a 9-5 from your couch), the last thing you want to do is cook for picky eaters after a long day. This popular food subscription for kids, however, helps “making dinner” a thing of the past without sacrificing a nutritious meal.
Catered to a kids’ tastebuds, Yumble is a food subscription service that’s about as easy to use an alarm. The weekly food delivery service lets you choose from one of the six, eight or 12 meal-per-week plans for children aged 12 months to 12 years old. You can choose specific meals from Yumble’s weekly menu or pick meals from Yumble’s curated boxes (there’s even a picky eater’s box). And since the subscription service delivers weekly, you can “snooze” to skip any week you don’t want a delivery.
What’s great about this service is not just the nutritionist-approved meals, but that each box is made fresh from the Yumble kitchen and delivery is free. And based on where you live, the brand uses regionally-sourced ingredients for every meal.
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