It isn’t hard to make the decision to follow a special diet, choose to go gluten-free or try keto. What’s hard is actually making the meals that follow these diets. Now, there’s a solution for that. CookUnity has more choices for pre-prepared meals than any other service out there with sustainability in mind. Paleo, Mediterranean, keto, whatever diet you’re following, you can do it a lot more easily with CookUnity.

Pat LaFrieda holding CookUnity packaged meals

At CookUnity, celebrity chefs have provided their own recipes. Recipes include plant-based offerings from chef Emily Peck, a breakfast burrito from Iron Chef Jose Garces and a power wrap from butcher Pat LaFrieda.

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A Colombian dish plated

CookUnity uses ethically-sourced ingredients and recipes from more than 80 chefs. In fact, this is the first chef-to-eater marketplace. This platform allows chefs to bring their food to a huge audience. Meanwhile, the food is fully prepared and restaurant-quality. It’s the next best thing to having a chef right in your kitchen. And this chef creates zero packaging waste.

Peanut butter granola breakfast bars on parchment paper

The food is also shipped in environmentally responsible packaging. Plus, there is an option for customers who want to choose zero-waste packaging. The reusable, insulated bags are then made with non-woven polypropylene, polyester and aluminum foil. All you do is leave the bag on the front door and the delivery driver will take care of it.

Breakfast burrito plated

Furthermore, the boxes are made with corrugated cardboard — a material that is fully recyclable. The liners are made with paper and cornstarch. The meal trays are even made from sugar cane fiber pulp that is laminated in a PLA film. This is fully biodegradable and environmentally friendly. What’s more, the meal tray sleeves are made of fully bleached fibers from softwood and hardwood.

CookUnity provides ready-made meals for all different types of diets, including vegan diets, and they provide it in biodegradable, Earth-friendly packaging. This is healthy eating that’s healthy for the planet.

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