It’s my first week ordering Midwest Meals, and to say I’m satisfied would be an understatement. They have such a wide variety of meals, and their portions are great! I am so happy that I was directed to these guys!
Great meals! I enjoy the variety and rotating options offered. They take extra care when packing and shipping to be sure everything arrives to me the way it should. A+ service!
I am a Semi Driver ....I am on the Road about 60 Hours a week ....My Schedule is so intense. Midwest Meals - Being "HEALTH conscious" QUALITY Real Food for people like me that are CONSTANTLY on the Go. I have not been to a McDonalds or Burger King in over a year..
After having out first child, we no longer had the time to prep healthy meals. A friend mentioned this meal service to me, and I was surprised that it was so affordable! After two weeks of these meals, my husband and I are less stressed with figuring out what we are going to eat each day, we feel full, and we just overall feel healthier!
Fantastic meals, wonderful service, extremely reasonable prices. Their website is easy to use and if you have a subscription service, its incredibly simple to make changes to your order. Great variety of meals and many options to choose from. For a single person like me, this is an ideal service and considering I no longer eat out nor do I buy a ton of groceries, it is a great value...even a great money saver. I couldn't be happier.
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