Nutrition In Transit

From wholesome kitchens to your front doorstep: a roundup of the healthiest pre-made meal services delivering to the Hamptons.
Sakara’s Bliss Bowl features watermelon and macadamia nut feta.


by Gabrielle Echevarrieta

1, Epicured helps improve your gut health. The NYC-based start-up, a collaboration with Mount Sinai, offers low-FODMAP and gluten-free menus designed to promote digestive wellness. The RD-approved meals (think zucchini ‘spaghetti,’ multicultural staples like chicken or tofu tikka masala, and vitality shots) help patients manage chronic conditions like celiac disease and IBD. Pricing is a la carte.

2. Long Island’s Taste Haven prepares dishes with organic ingredients, offering plans tailored to dietary needs and health goals. Flavorful options include protein bowls, wraps and supplement shakes. Prices vary.

3. Portable Chef follows farm-to-table practices by sourcing from regional growers. Enjoy grilled sea bass with Champagne-mustard sauce, grain-free sweet potato dumplings and chili-roasted tofu with pickled pomegranate, or dive into a personalized meal plan that adheres to your specific dietary preferences. From $96/week for three dinners.

4. If gluten-free is your game, try My Cuistot, which features a revolving menu created by top chefs. Choose lemon dill mahi mahi with hot pepper roasted broccoli, onion and basmati rice or a low-calorie, low-carb diet plan (roasted cauliflower steaks with paprika, carrots, mint, peas and tahini). Custom plan from $93.39/week.

5. Whether you’re looking to get in shape or address a specific health ailment, Food Matters will personalize a menu with your choice of gluten-free, sugar-free organic fare. Hamptons delivery runs all summer. Orders are also available for pickup from Anna Kaiser’s studio in East Hampton. From $150/week.

6. Sakara utilizes science to whip up plant-based meals packed with superfoods. Their clean cuisine and detox teas help improve energy, balance the gut and increase focus. There are customized plans for everyone from fitness fanatics to future brides. The menu changes weekly based on seasonal availability. From $69/day.

Urban Remedy’s gluten-free Thai noodle salad

7. “Food is healing” is the philosophy of Urban Remedy, which promotes environmental and social justice with eco-friendly packaging and sustainably made food. Enjoy the Kate Upton signature meal plan that features her Urban favorites (Thai veggie noodles and zucchini chips) plus protein and workout shots. From $165 for a three-day cleanse program; Upton plan from $189.

8. Daily Harvest partners with farmers to get the freshest ingredients for smoothies, harvest bowls, soups and more. Their mini meal cups may seem like little more than a taste, but they’re packed with nutrients and created to help you navigate your busy life. Weekly from $69.75; monthly from $167.76.

9. Splendid Spoon makes nourishing the body exciting and easy. Its plant-based smoothies (blackberry-basil; carrot-ginger-chia) and soups (leek and turnip chowder; zucchini puttanesca) are full of flavor and rich in fiber. A one-day reset plan is also available: Splendid’s take on intermittent fasting includes four low-calorie drinkable soups and one hearty soup bowl. Lunch only, $65/week; breakfast and lunch, $95/week; breakfast, lunch and reset day, $135/week.

10. Special mention: Provenance Meals, endorsed by Dr. Frank Lipman, has a revolving menu (from Matcha Chia Parfait to White Bean Spanakopita), so clean eating is never restrictive. They don’t yet deliver to the Hamptons, but these meals are so irresistible, you won’t mind taking them along with you in the car or on the Jitney. From $68/day for breakfast, lunch and dinner; Two Week Transformation Detox from $75/day.