Read to Eat Paleo FAQS
How does this whole ready to eat paleo meals thing work?
It's pretty simple, choose what you want, A La Cart or chooses one of our meal plans and we will deliver the meals to your home or work. Orders are due Friday's at 4pm and delivery is Sunday or Monday, depending on your location.
How does delivery work?
Each order is delivered in a self-containing cooler with ice packs. Should you need a specific delivery time, simply let us know when you order and we will do our best to make the request happen ( a small fee passed on from the courier company may be charged).
But what if I am not home for delivery?
No problem, as we mentioned before, the order is delivered in a self-contained cooler with ice packs. We are happy to drop this at your front door, with concierge, your office or even a hiding place. Just let us know where you want the cooler dropped and we can make it happen.
When are the meals delivered?
We deliver every Sunday for Sea to Sky. Monday is delivery day for Greater Vancouver and the Lower Mainland. What are the deadlines for ordering ready to eat paleo meals? If you would like to order for the upcoming delivery dates, please have your order in by Friday's at 4pm. Please note that we cannot take orders past these deadlines as we make everything fresh to order. How long does the food last? We guarantee a 5-day shelf life on any fresh food you order from us. As stated above, we make everything fresh to order. Please note that other items in your fridge can affect this. To ensure that your food stays fresh for the 5 days: Keep a clean fridge, if you have any produce that is starting to go bad, the gasses they emit will cause your meals to expire faster than they should. Put order in the fridge upon arrival Keep meals in the fridge until ready to eat.
Can I freeze my meals?
We do have a line of tasty, paleo & healthy meals that have been tested for freezer meals. You can order them here. Should you wish to freeze the fresh meals we deliver to you, we suggest using a different type of packaging as the containers provided aren't the best for freezing.
How do I heat my meals?
Check out our how-to videos!