Dinner at Your Door
Major food retailers have unveiled special hours for older shoppers during the coronavirus pandemic, but it’s still safer for high-risk seniors to stay home. While grocery delivery is worth a look, many providers are overwhelmed by demand, leading to delays and frustration. There are other options, though: We scoped out companies that deliver ready-to-eat meals, plus meal-kit subscriptions that send the ingredients for you to cook different recipes each week. Here are 17 food-delivery services to consider while you hunker down.
Note: One of the most well-known senior meal-delivery programs, Meals on Wheels, is typically limited to the most vulnerable homebound seniors. Check with the independent provider near you to see if you’re eligible.