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millions of households signing up, there's

definitely a market for it. So, what are they

exactly? While they may differ slightly,

most companies promise tasty, nutritious

recipes with minimal effort. While you'll still

have to cook, you get exact, measuredout ingredients

(no waste!), step-by-step

instructions, and the guarantee of fresh

food delivered to your door - no trawling

the supermarket after work to source

ingredients then wondering what to do

with the leftovers.

Delivered food boxes are a great way

to try out new dishes and flavours without

having to give it too much thought. There

are often some great offers for new

customers, so we've taken a look at a

range of companies with an eye on how

useful they could be for someone looking

after their diabetes. This is a pick of five of

the best, listed alphabetically.

Abel & Cole

Famous for kicking off the veg box

delivery service, Abel & Cole was set up

over 30 years ago in 1988 by Keith Abel,

passionate about organic food. Since

2014, recipe kits have been added to its

range of services.

How it works: With Abel & Cole, the

difference is the veg, meat and spices are

organic. You'll get 15 veg-packed weekly

recipes to choose from in four different

styles: Foodie, Light, Simple, and Speedy,

ranging from 20 to 60 minutes, and they

come pre-portioned with step-by-step

recipe cards.

What's in the box? Examples include

Partridge, Pear & Barley Stew, Sweet

Potato & Quinoa Cakes with Poached

Eggs and Cheesy Mushroom & Leek Pie.

Nutritional info? Full nutritional

information, including carbohydrates and

sugars, is displayed on both the printed

recipes supplied with the box as well as

the online recipes when browsing the

options. This makes it easy to select the

ones most suitable for you.

When and Where: Abel & Cole plan

routes to keep carbon emissions and

food miles to a minimum, so delivery days

and times depend on where you live, but

it's generally fixed to the same day every

week. You can make any changes up to

midnight two days before your delivery.

How much? Recipes range from £6 to

£7 per serving. There's a minimum order

of £12, plus a delivery charge of £1.25.

New customers get £10 off their first two

boxes.

What we think: Great range of produce

that's a little more expensive than the other

food boxes, but this is to be expected

with organic, seasonal ingredients.

abelandcole.co.uk/recipebox

Gousto

London-based neighbours Timo Boldt

and James Carter set up Gousto in 2012

after finding they had little time to sort

out home-cooked meals. Fast forward

to today, they now deliver to more than a

million households.

How it works: With the same premise

as HelloFresh, Gousto focuses on fresh,

measured, quality ingredients. With over

20 new recipes each week, simply select

the recipes you like (minimum of two

recipes per order) and when you want it

delivered. There are plenty of categories

to choose from, including Speedy,

Vegetarian, Family Friendly, Plant-Based,

Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free. You'll get

your box delivered with measured-out

ingredients and step-by-step recipes.

What's in the box? Example recipes

include Two-Lentil Dal & Spiced

Aubergine, Chicken Teriyaki With Sugar

Snap Peas, and King Prawn Paella With

Lemon Aioli.

Nutritional info? Both the printed

recipe cards and online recipes display

full nutritional info on them including

Abel & Cole

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