Save time and avoid temptations by having groceries delivered to your door! Grocery delivery is a great way to stay organized by planning your meals in advance. Follow this complete guide for the best grocery delivery options and a few diabetes-friendly meal delivery services.
Instacart simplifies the grocery delivery experience by offering personal shoppers for several different stores. Place orders for Walmart, Harris Teeter, Costco, and others straight from your InstaCart account and your assigned shopper will go for you.
LiDL Food Market
Thrive market delivers discounted organic, healthy staples right to your door with free shipping on orders over $40. Thrive allows you to search for products in a variety of categories including low or no sodium, low fat, and no sugar added!
Thrive is membership-based, and offers free memberships to teachers, veterans, low-income families, and students.
Whole Foods via Amazon Prime
If you have an Amazon Prime membership, you can have Whole Foods groceries delivered to your door without any fees. Simply fill your cart and pick a delivery window!
Looking for something ready-made? Bistro MD delivers healthy meals tailored exactly to your dietary guidelines right to your door. They even have a specialized diabetes-friendly and Weight Watchers approved!
Blue Apron is great for anyone who enjoys cooking a fresh meal, but doesn’t want to do the recipe planning or shopping. Blue Apron delivers all the ingredients you need with simple step-by-step cooking instructions for meals that are Diabetes-friendly and Weight Watchers approved!
Grocery delivery not only makes mealtime easier, but it can free up your busy schedule for things like a walk with family or even an extra 30 minutes of sleep. What food delivery options have you tried? Let us know in the comments below!