If your daily dose of fruits and veggies come from a half-eaten banana on the way out the door, it’s time to sign up for a juice or smoothie delivery service. Here’s how it works: They provide premade juices or all the goods to make your own blends if you want to go the DIY route. And in return a balanced diet is now attainable without you barely lifting a finger. Read on for three juice and smoothie delivery services worth your time and money.


The scoop: If you want to DIY your own smoothies without the hassle of going to the store, you’ll fall head over heels for GreenBlender. Each week they send five new smoothie recipes (enough to make 10 smoothies), along with labeled, preportioned ingredients. Making each smoothie is as easy as opening bag and putting the ingredients into a blender.

Good to know: GreenBlender aims to work with organic and local farms whenever possible. To make their smoothies you’ll need a blender or a magic bullet.

Get it: Plans include a week-to-week subscription starting for $49, a monthly 4-box subscription for $176 and a 12-box subscription for $468.

Online: greenblender.com

Daily Harvest

The scoop: With smoothies, activated bowls, soups, harvest bowls and now even sundaes, Daily Harvest is a great option if you’re looking for something beyond just juice or smoothies. Each product comes packaged up with everything already combined into a convenient cup so there’s no sorting ingredients or figuring out what produce goes in what bowl.

Good to know: We love that all Daily Harvest goods come frozen, which means there’s no pressure to consume the products that very day or week. And, if you’re wondering if there are benefits beyond convenience for frozen delivery, check this out.

Get it: Choose from weekly or monthly plans with cups starting at $6.99/each.

Online: daily-harvest.com


Pressed Juicery

The scoop: To say we’re enamored (ok, obsessed might be a better word) with Pressed Juicery may be an understatement. What began as a tiny storefront in West LA has now burgeoned into a nationwide cult following. All of their juices are made with a custom hydraulic press with farm-fresh produce. Cleanses and home delivery subscriptions available.

Good to know: Select locations nationwide offer Pressed Juicery on demand via DoorDash or Postmates.

Get it: Subscriptions start at $160/month for 12 juices, which includes free shipping. One-day cleanses start at $55 with the option to upgrade to three- and five-day cleanses.

Online: pressedjuicery.com

What other smoothie and delivery services should we add to our list? Tell us your ideas in the comments below!

—Erin Lem



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