While you won’t find a Whole30-specific menu advertised on the website, it’s actually hidden under the brand’s paleo menu. When you go to order your meals—which skip dairy, soy, grains, legumes, gluten, and processed ingredients—you can select for your entire order to be Whole30-approved.
The largest delivery packs 28 vacuum-sealed entrées with options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Opt for the 5-day plan to get a little culinary freedom on your weekends or stick to the 7-day plan to make meal prep obsolete.
Either way, you’ll have to trust in the system to deliver delicious meals, as the curated plan only allows customers to input two allergen or taste preferences. Once meals arrive on Friday, they can last in the fridge for up to 10 days or in the freezer for three months.
A few meals we’ve tried:
-Pollo Guisado white meat chicken with tomatoes, pumpkin seeds, and citrus
-Tropical Garlic Shrimp with bell peppers, lemon, and coconut
Sustainability & Quality:
Trifecta does what it can to reduce its carbon footprint by eliminating unnecessary steps in the food supply chain and using sustainable packaging whenever possible. All packaging is 100% recyclable, but the company’s goal is to use biodegradable packaging by 2023.
Cost: From $12 per serving
What our editor says:
“If you have weight loss goals, certain dietary preferences, or simply want to take the guesswork out of eating healthier, Trifecta is a great meal delivery option. I enjoyed it even though I love to cook, but these fully prepared meals would be even better for someone who wants to spend a very minimal amount of time in the kitchen.” — Carleigh Ferrante, commerce editor