Project Description

We may earn money or products from the companies mentioned in this post at no additional cost to you.

I shared Factor Meals with my Wife and Son – This is our Factor Meals Review

If it was your first day on the internet, you’d probably be served an ad for a meal subscription box. The popularity of subscription box meal delivery services has skyrocketed over the last 5 years, with some even becoming available in grocery stores (I know that negates the delivery and subscription aspect). Companies like Factor 75, Gobble, Sunbasket, and Hello Fresh can be seen advertising all over social media with the latter being one that’s available in grocery stores too.

Factor Meals, or Factor 75 as it’s also known, is one of the many meal delivery companies on the market right now. They tout themselves as healthy eating made simple, and with 4 kids and a picky wife, I was looking for simplicity. After a few meal subscription service reviews, I knew I wanted prepared meal, not meal kits. If I am going to take the time to prepare a meal, it’s going to be for the whole family and ours is too large to be accommodated by these services.

Factor Meals Review

What is Factor 75?

Factor 75 is a meal delivery service owned by a well-known meal subscription service HelloFresh. Factor delivers healthy, chef-prepared meals that arrive fresh and never frozen. Each week Factor dietitians craft 27+ healthy meals including ketogenic, low-carb, low-calorie, and plant-based options. You can select from a range of meal delivery options each week that range from 4 meals to 18 meals per week. The emphasis with Factor is nutrition, taste, and convenience.

Nowhere is it more evident that Factor is focused on nutrition than the fact that every Factor subscriber receives a complimentary nutritional consultation with one of their dieticians. During the consultation, subscribers can discuss new diet options like keto or vegetarian, fitness or weight-loss goals, and desired results. The same dieticians that work with subscribers are also working with Factor chefs to create flavorful, nutritious meals that are pre-portioned and don’t require any prep-work. Factor Meals are perfect for anyone living an active lifestyle, picky eaters, health-conscious people, and dieters with food limitations.

If you want truly tasty, no-prep, nutritious meals delivered to your doorstep each week, Factor is the best meal subscription service we’ve tested so far at Revoupon.

Exclusive Revoupon Offer – Save $120 with Factor Meals! Use code RVP120OFF at Checkout.

Factor Meals Review: Who and How

Our friends at Factor offered us an opportunity to select six meals to try. I made the executive decision on which meals were sent but did my best to select meals that my wife and 15-year-old son would also like. Believe it or not, my wife is harder to pick foods for than my son. I’ve always implemented a “you have to at least try it” policy his whole life, and he’s an adventurous eater as a result. My wife is not so adventurous and has a major aversion to smell and texture. I have been vegetarian in the past but found it hard to maintain and didn’t select any of Factor’s veggie options. My son and I eat sushi, but no other forms of fish, so this Factor review won’t mention any seafood either.

In our house, there are 7 mouths to feed most nights ranging from age 1-72 (my 72-year-old father lives with us). On any given night, my wife or I must cook at minimum 2 meals to accommodate our two youngest and sometimes my dad (who has a limited diet and also hates flavor). As you can imagine, 2-3 meals are not only time consuming but stressful. Meal delivery kits allow us a simple, stress-free solution to save money and headaches at dinner time by letting us focus on our kids’ simple meals and giving us gourmet options without the time commitment.

Let’s be honest, we can find meals at the grocery store that can be microwaved in 2 minutes. We’ve done that. In fact, there’s Healthy Choice and Lean Cuisine in our freezer right now. Sure, those meals are about half the price of Factor, but they are not as healthy and (spoiler alert) they don’t taste as good. If your only measure is price, I say stick with grocery store freezer meals. If you’re looking for quality meals with gourmet options, then keep reading to find out why Factor should be one of your top considerations for a meal delivery subscription.

What Makes Factor a better food subscription?

  • Dietary Restrictions and Nutritional Needs – Everybody and every body is different. What we put in our body varies based mostly on personal preference but may also include doctor recommendations for health concerns or goals. When subscribers first sign-up, they can choose from dietary styles like, keto, paleo, dairy-free and others. Factors’ menu allows subscribers to see each dish that week, what general category the dish falls into like, calorie smart, keto, vegan, and others. For more information subscribers can click on the meal to see a detailed description, nutritional information. and a full list of ingredients.

  • Quality of Ingredients – When possible, Factor uses organic fruits and vegetables, grass-fed, pastured raised animal proteins, and avoids antibiotics and hormones too. All meals are cooked from scratch by real chefs using fresh ingredients and the meals are never frozen before reaching your doorstep.

  • Nutritional Coaching – Factor offers a FREE 20-minute online dietitian consultation for all new members. If that’s not enough 1 and 3-month packages are also available. Dietitians with Factor can help with weight-loss, lifestyle changes, eating for optimal performance, and help with intuitive eating that can keep you off the fad diets. As far as I know, Factor is the only meal subscription service offering nutrition coaching.

  • Snacks and more – Factor is about a healthy lifestyle, and that means not cutting out all the other foods you love. They offer a variety of healthy snacks, desserts, and smoothies to round out your daily nutritional needs and satisfy your cravings. Remember, one salad doesn’t make you skinny anymore than one cookie makes you fat. A healthy lifestyle and eating should make you feel better, not make you miserable. Factor understands this and their “add-ons” don’t make healthy eating feel like a chore.

Factor Pros and Cons & Revscore: 9.6/10

Pros:

  • Fresh, never frozen meals
  • Weekly delivery
  • No prep work needed
  • Cooks faster than frozen meals, only about 2 minutes
  • Non-GMO and hormone free ingredients you can feel good about
  • Fresh recipes weekly
  • Perfectly portioned sizes prevent binging and overeating
  • Diet-specific foods: Keto, Paleo, Low-calorie, Plant-based, and Dairy-free
  • Flexible delivery options and meal quantities

Cons:

  • Fresh foods don’t last as long, so you must commit to eating it before it goes bad
  • More expensive than grocery store prepared meals
  • Single serving meals mean you can’t feed families
  • Dietary options don’t appear to be available every week (No dairy free for 2 weeks)
  • Slim selection of vegetarian and vegan options each week
  • Website is confusing when first navigating and looking for info
  • If you forget to choose your meals, Factor will choose them for you
  • UPS, FedEx, and other logistics companies can be delayed

Getting started with Factor

One of the best things about signing up for Factor meals is that there’s no commitment. You can cancel any time or skip weeks that don’t work for you. To get started go to factor75.com and click the GET STARTED button in the top menu. From there you’ll pick your meal preferences and meals per week, then hit SELECT THIS PLAN. Enter your delivery information, select your days, and use Factor Coupon Code RVP120OFF for exclusive savings for Revoupon readers. Click NEXT to add your payment details, then finally select your meals.

Exclusive Revoupon Offer – Save $120 with Factor Meals! Use code RVP120OFF at Checkout.

How does Factor ship/arrive?

Factor meals are available in all 48 contiguous US state, so no need to enter your zip code on the site to see if delivery is available in your area. A few of the carriers used include: UDS, Blue Streak, AxleHire, Lasership, UPS and FedEx. My order arrived via UPS. Luckily, I was standing outside when my order arrived, so it didn’t have to sit in the direct sun of our southern facing Colorado porch. It turns out that fear was unfounded.

The order arrived in a medium sized box, heavily lined with repurposed denim insulation. There were a few gel ice packs keeping the meals cold. After unpacking the meals and placing them in our fridge, I nonchalantly placed the box near our front door. A few days later my wife opened the box to discover that the inside of the box was still very cold. So, if you have concerns about whether your meals will arrive cold, I am here to tell you it, that will not be a problem. Deliveries from factor come between Monday and Wednesday, arriving somewhere from 8am to 8pm.

All Factor meals arrive in a BPA-free CPET plastic container that’s safe for food storage and heating in the microwave. The container is wrapped in a non-recyclable plastic film plastic and a cardboard sleeve label, to so you know which meal is which. The sleeve also contains the ingredient list and nutritional information. After you enjoy your meal, the container and sleeve may also be recycled.

I’m not generally one to get excited about packaging materials, but we received gel ice packs in our Sunbasket order and have used them countless times since. So, I was excited to have another gel pack. We use the gel ice packs when camping, going to the Asian grocery store 40 minutes away, and to keep drinks cold in our cooler when we have more than a few friends over. Unfortunately, since you receive a pack or two each delivery, you’ll eventually have too many to be useful. Luckily, you can empty the contents into the trash and got to plasticfilmrecycling.com to find a close plastic film recycler.

REVIEW: The Perfect Microwave Dinner: Sunbasket Fresh & Ready Review

Factor Meals: The art of “cooking”

I learned how to cook in middle school. Growing up it was just me and my pops, and his idea of cooking was frozen fish sticks and ore-ida fries in the oven. If it wasn’t something along those lines, it was fast-food. I quickly realized if I wanted real food, I was going to learn how to cook. All those skills I honed throughout the years are unnecessary with Factor though.

Although I still enjoy cooking, my wife and I rarely have the time to dedicate to meal prep. With four kids running around, mealtime can be stressful. The kids are simpler and the youngest don’t appreciate a pepper mutton over basmati with a side of chicken momo. That’s exactly where Factor comes in.

While some nuggets are air frying, it’s easy to whip up a Garlic Pork Tenderloin with Asiago Cauliflower Mash & Pesto Green Beans by simply microwaving it for 2 minutes or baking it for 5. Heating directions for most Factor meals are as follows:

  • Remove meal sleeve and pierce clear plastic film. 2. Microwave meal on HIGH for 2 minutes. If needed, heat an additional 30 seconds or until desired temperature is reached. 3. Carefully remove meal and let stand for 2 minutes. 4. Remove film, plate meal and enjoy!

  • Preheat oven to 375°F. 2. Remove meal sleeve and clear plastic film. 3. Place tray on an oven safe baking sheet, position in the center of the oven and heat for 5 minutes. 4. Check temperature. If needed, heat an additional 2 minutes or until desired temperature is reached. 5. Carefully remove meal, plate and enjoy!

For the sake of this Factor meals review, we plated our meals after cooking, but you can eat them straight out of the container if you’re in a rush or want to minimize the dirty dishes. Our house is a constant pile of dirty dishes, so in the future we’ll be eating from the trays.

Although the directions say to heat for an additional 30 seconds if it’s not hot enough, none of the meals we ate needed any extra time (I assume that’s based on microwave power). We didn’t try to oven bake any of the meals, but in hindsight that would be better when cooking more than one meal at a time. Unlike other frozen meals, the cook times and temperature of our Factor meals were uniform, allowing multiple meals to go in at the same time. I love this aspect because we like everyone eating at the same time – call us old fashioned.

Exclusive Revoupon Offer – Save $120 with Factor Meals! Use code RVP120OFF at Checkout.

Factor Farming, Food Safety and Nutrition

When the whole meal delivery trend first started, I admit we had concerns about food safety and quality. It turns out that many of the meal delivery services, Factor included, recognized that pain point for consumers and built their companies around the solution. Factor specifically, prides themselves on working with organic farms and the use of sustainable farming methods. Eco-friendly clothing options is one way to help the environment, but eco-friendly farming can have just as positive of an impact.

Although not all of Factors’ ingredients are sourced in the US, a good deal of them are. Some ingredients sourced outside the US include BAP-certified Salmon from Canada, some meats from Australia, produce from Central and South America, and wild-caught shrimp. Factor believe” Every Meal Matters.” Working with animal welfare experts, they strive for ethical and humane treatment of chickens. This means that chickens in their supply chain are free from thirst or hunger, discomfort, pain, injury, disease, fear and distress for the life of the chicken, as it relates to their eggs or meat. They are one of the only meal delivery services I’ve seen with such an emphasis on the ethical treatment of chickens and require all poultry to be cage-free.

In addition to ethical sourcing, food safety is major concern for Factor. All meals are packaged in recycled and/or recyclable materials. The insulation they use to keep meals cold include 100% recycled PET insulation, and cotton insulation, both of which should be disposed of in the trash. Gel packs are non-toxic and reusable (which is super useful) but should never be poured in a drain or toilet, the gel should be emptied into the trash and the plastics recycled. If you’re off the beaten path and recycling isn’t available in your area, contact earth911.com to find the closest recycling facility or other options.

Although Factor is not a diet meal subscription box, the nutrition that goes into Factor meals is balanced and can help with weight loss goals, especially when paired with exercise and moderation in other parts of your life. Personally, my wife and I could stand to lose a few pounds. If you’re looking for a true weight loss meal solution, Factor might not be for you – discuss that with Factors nutrition coaches. If you are eating Factor, their meals are entered into MyFitnessPal, LoseIt, and Carb Manager to help you track macros. Typical meals range from 350 to 900 calories, averaging around 600 per meal.

Does the low price of Factor Meals factor into the quality?

The meal delivery services my family and I have tested in the past didn’t set the bar too high. They were all good, for the most part, but they couldn’t compare to home cooking and the value for price didn’t always align. My skepticism was especially strong given that Factor only has prepared options. We’ve all had our share of microwave dinners throughout the years, especially if you’re an 80’s baby like my wife and I. I can honestly say, I don’t crave Stouffers Salisbury Steak or Hungry-Mans’ Country Fried Chicken, but as you’ll see in the following Factor 75 review that they delivered some crave-worthy meals.

Shredded Chicken Taco Bowl with roasted corn salsa and cilantro lime sour cream:

Everybody loves tacos and, in our house, that’s no exception. What that truly means is that any taco is benchmarked against our favorite taco spot in Colorado Springs called Taco Express. Their grilled chicken tacos are legendary. Our 15-year-old son was the taste tester here and the scale was based upon a taco we not-so-lovingly refer to as the toilet taco being a one, and Taco Express being a ten. According to our son, Factor came in at a seven out of ten.

The chicken was tender and flavorful and the black beans and rice we not overcooked. The ingredients resembled the Chipotle Burrito bowl he customizes, without the signature Chipotle red salsa and queso. The corn salsa was better than expected, mainly because it wasn’t overpowered by red onions. The cilantro lime sour cream left much to be desired, as it was heavier on the lime than cilantro and didn’t seem to compliment the flavor of the chicken.

factor-shredded-chicken-taco-bowlfactor-75-shredded-chicken-taco

Fiery beef and Black bean Chili with cilantro sweet potatoes and corn salsa:

As I mentioned in the Sunbasket Fresh n’ Ready review, I am a chili connoisseur. So, I had to be sure I tested the black bean chili for myself. I use three meats, three beans, and merry my chili for a day before serving. Needless to say, my chili was the benchmark and Hormel canned chili was the low point on the scale.

I was beyond surprised at the flavor of this microwave chili. It certainly wasn’t the best chili I have ever had, but it was far from the worst. The corn was an odd choice, I don’t believe it has a place in chili, but it didn’t take from the combination of flavors. The cumin and chili powder different flavor profiles. The dish married well, but I found it odd that chili would be served with corn salsa and sweet potatoes. Personally, I thought the dish could have done without the sides but individually the sides were quite delicious. I was especially impressed by the sweet potatoes. Overall, I would give the chili a scored 6.5 out of 10, while the sides faired better at an 8 out of 10 for the sweet potatoes and 9 out of 10 for the corn (kind of hard to mess that up).

factor-meals-fiery-beef-black-bean-chilifactor-75-fiery-beef-black-bean-chili

Garlic pork tenderloin with Asiago cauliflower mash and pesto green beans:

Getting my wife to eat vegetables is a tall task, so initially I thought this meal would go to waste. Fortunately, I was wrong, and she thought this was the best meal we had delivered. There was no benchmark or scale for a meal like this, so boiled down to whether she’d be happy being served a meal like this at a local restaurant.

Initial thoughts were that it looked like there wasn’t enough meat to be filling, but it turned out there was plenty of meat hiding underneath. Unlike other microwave meals, the meat remained tender and juicy, and the garlic was not overpowering. She did not read the description and initially though the mash was potato, but the texture was a dead giveaway to the contrary. In the end, she ended finding the mashed cauliflower to have a pleasant flavor. Not normally one to like pesto, she thought this would be her least favorite side dish, Eating the pesto sparingly with the green beans and red peppers proved to be one of her favorite sides. When it was all said and done, she concluded that this dish could be served in any upscale restaurant and gave it a 9 out of 10.

factor-meals-garlic-pork-tenderloinfactor-75-garlic-pork-tenderloin

Queso Fundido with cilantro cauliflower rice:

Queso Fundido translates to “melted cheese,” another staple of food in our house. We consume cheese every day, whether it’s mac n cheese for our youngest kids or chips and queso for the adults, we love cheese. This dish struck me more as a side dish or appetizer, not an entrée. So, as far as competition goes the Factor dish was up against a “hole-in-the-wall” Mexican restaurant back east where we got a Chori-bean Dip (Queso blanco, chorizo, and refried beans). It’s pretty hard to mess up melted cheese, but Frito-lay comes to mind and that’s where I put the 1 on the scale of 10.

I was right to be skeptical of this as an entrée, it ate like an appetizer with a side dish. Ultimately, this meal (I use that term loosely) was some seasoned ground beef over cream cheese and cheddar cheese. I wasn’t a fan of the cauliflower “rice” and ate it with chips – a spoon just didn’t feel right. Of all the meals from Factor, the Queso Fundido was the only one that missed the mark. Had this been a small side next to the taco bowl, it would have made more sense. As a meal, it was too rich. As an appetizer or side, this is a solid 7, but as an entrée it falls far in the rankings and I give it a 4.5, maybe 5 out of 10.

factor-meals-queso-fundidofactor-75-meals-queso-fundido

Rosemary Pepper Pork Chop with Red Pepper Cauliflower Mash and Haricot Verts:

I love rosemary anything, but alas, my son beat me to choosing this meal. Luckily, he also loves anything rosemary, unlike his mother. Next time, I’ll arm wrestle him for it.  This is another meal that doesn’t have a good benchmark at a local restaurant, so the scale relies on whether it would be worth paying for at a local restaurant.

Rosemary is a strong herb and my wife cab pick it out of a dish from a mile away, trust me I’ve tried sneaking it into dishes many times. So, she was immediately glad she didn’t have to test this meal, as the rosemary was potent upon opening. My son noted that the pork was drier than expected, possibly because it sat for an extra two days before being cooked. It was impossible to mistake the red pepper cauliflower mash for traditional mash, but as my son and wife will attest it was way better. “Oh my god, this is delicious” is a direct quote from both, as my wife insisted on trying it too. None of us know the difference between green beans and haricot verts, but it doesn’t matter because if you like one, you’re going to like the other.

factor-meals-rosemary-pork-chopfactor-75-rosemary-pork-chop

Chicken Pesto Cavatappi with balsamic roasted green beans and grape tomatoes:

I knew when placing this order the grape tomatoes would not be a hit for anyone, but Pesto Cavatappi is something my wife and I used to order all the time from Corner Bakery back east. So, Corner Bakery is the benchmark for this review.

Unfortunately, this meal fell short of expectations because of the cauliflower Cavatappi. It’s not to say the noodles were bad, but the texture difference was noticeable, and my wife has a “thing” for texture. The pesto sauce, on the other hand, was rich, heart and creamy. The basil in the sauce and on the chicken blended for a perfect balance that didn’t overtake the dish and the sauce more reminiscent of a pesto Alfredo, than a simple pesto. However, the highlight of this meal was the balsamic roasted green beans. It’s hard to not overpower with balsamic reductions, but the chefs at Factor nailed this one. The green beans saved this dish and despite not living up to Corner Bakery’s pesto Cavatappi, it was a solid 7.5 out of 10.

factor-meals-pesto-cavatappifactor-75-meals-pesto-cavatappi

Factor Meals Review: Value is more than cost

As food costs continue to rise at restaurants and at the grocery store, Factor has kept their pricing competitive and is currently a real value. As of this writing in May 2022, meals start at $5.49 for 18 meals per week and go up to $7.49 if you only want 4 meals a week delivered (with code RVP120OFF). Considering the recently resurrected Taco Bell Mexican Pizza combo will run you $8.99, it’s clear Factor is providing great value for better quality food.

factor-meals-selection

The breakdown of costs without a discount applied is:

  • 4 meals per week – $15.00/serving

  • 6 meals per week – $12.83/serving

  • 8 meals per week – $12.38/serving

  • 10 meals per week – $11.99/serving

  • 12 meals per week – $11.50/serving

  • 18 meals per week – $11.00/serving

As you can see, there’s significant cost savings my using Revoupons exclusive discount code.

Exclusive Revoupon Offer – Save $120 with Factor Meals! Use code RVP120OFF at Checkout.

Factor Review: The Verdict

If you’re in the market for a meal delivery service, Factor should be at the top of your list for testing. With options for dietary restriction and preferences, it’s likely to have a meal for even the pickiest eater. The quality of the food can be seen and tasted in each bite, but it’s not all sun-dried tomatoes and rainbow carrots.

We were all impressed by the meals we received from Factor, but we are somewhat picky eaters and that limits the menu. We’re always going to steer clear of seafood and certain vegetables like mushrooms, so of the 30 meals per week we see it more as 20-25. Although still a healthy selection, since the meals rotate, I could see us getting bored with the selections after a few months. Also, having meals delivered fresh is great, but life gets busy, and I can see us forgetting about meals and wasting a couple a month.

When it was all said and done Factor was the best meal subscription service I’ve tested. The food was incredibly flavorful, and the meals were unique, not the typical chicken and rice you’d expect from a healthy meal delivery. The prepared, pre-packaged aspect made life easier and there’s a lot to be said for that in a house as chaotic as ours. The bottom line is that I would recommend Factor to almost anyone and would purchase it again myself.

Factor Reddit Reviews: What’s the internet say?

factor-meals-reddit-review
factor-meals-reddit-reviews

One user in r/mealkits wrote “I’m using Factor right now and really enjoying them so far. The meals are extremely filling and rich in protein.” While another user said, “Out of the gate Factor_ has been amazing, and will definitely be in my rotation each month. Large portions, which means higher calories if anyone cares about that, but the ingredients are sound and the flavor is on point.

Sunbasket vs Factor

When it comes down to the food quality and flavor, I believe Factor is the better choice for pre-packaged meals, especially if you’re health conscious. Nutritionally, when comparing the chilis, Factor was “better” for you. However, that was mostly due to serving size. Sunbasket gives you more food and, as a result; calories, sodium, carbs, and everything else is higher. Some would argue that this gives you better value, but that’s relative to what you find value in. Personally, I prefer a $30 steak over a $30 buffet, despite how much extra food you get. I feel the same about Factor.

Other downsides to Sunbasket vs Factor are menu visibility and quantity. For anyone to see the menu on Sunbasket, you must register. Factor doesn’t hide their menu or force you into their mailing list to see it. Factor also shows 2 weeks of food, so it’s easier to plan and decide if you want to skip a week. Finally, Sunbasket Fresh and Ready only allows you to select 10 meals per week. With Factor, you can select up to 18 meals.

Sunbasket has an edge for those looking for meal prep meals, since Factor only has prepackaged options. Additionally, Sunbasket has more dietary restricted options like gluten-free, Mediterranean, diabetes-friendly, and carb-conscious. There’s no “one-size-fits-all” meal delivery service and it boils down to personal preference, but for our family Factor is the clear winner versus Sunbasket.

Sunbasket Savings: Save $90 on Sunbasket

Who are Factor Meals best suited to?

Factor is ideal for anyone who loves good food, but doesn’t want to, or doesn’t have time to, cook. When I say good food, I mean high-quality ingredients and complex flavor profiles. These aren’t simple meals like fired chicken and roasted potatoes. They are thought out meals, with complimentary sides and unique flavor combinations.

Factors meal delivery is ideal for 1-3 people with a busy life who care about healthy foods and want to avoid the traps of our grab-n-go society. This could be a single guy in downtown Denver who needs a quick and healthy meal at the office, a couple who wants a fast and flavorful dinner before heading out for happy hour, or a family who need to get some quality “fuel” into their daughter before the afternoon softball practice.

Factor is a versatile meal delivery service that cab work for a lot of different people, but I noticed a lot of Keto options. Factor is an ideal meal delivery for those adhering to a keto diet, or s couple where one person is not looking for keto-friendly options.

Who are Factor Meals not best for?

First and foremost, Factor isn’t going to be a great choice for Vegetarians and Vegans. This week, Factor only has 2 Vegetarian selections, which if you’re paying for the minimum 4 meals/week means doubling up on the only two selections. It’s also not great for seafood lovers and pescatarians. Once again, this week there’s only 2 seafood dishes to choose from.

Large families and families with small children won’t find Factor to be a good choice, unless they are looking to only feed themselves to make dinner time easier (like us). At the lowest price of $11 per meal, feeding a family of 6 can get pricey quick and would only cover 3 meals per week.

Anyone on a strict budget might find Factor to be an expensive choice. There are other meal subscriptions in the market that have prices under $2 a meal. If you’re on a shoestring “fry” budget, it would be best to check those out.

Exclusive Revoupon Offer – Save $120 with Factor Meals! Use code RVP120OFF at Checkout.

Factor Meals FAQ:

  • 4 meals per week – $15.00/serving
  • 6 meals per week – $12.83/serving
  • 8 meals per week – $12.38/serving
  • 10 meals per week – $11.99/serving
  • 12 meals per week – $11.50/serving
  • 18 meals per week – $11.00/serving

Yes. Dieticians work with Factor chefs to create flavorful, nutritious meals that are pre-portioned and don’t require any prep-work.

Yes. Factor meals can be frozen to increase their shelf life, but there are no cooking directions for frozen meals. So, it’s better to eat the meals by the date on the packaging or pause your delivery for the week if you’re not going to be able to.

Meal should stay fresh for 7 days and there is an “enjoy by” date printed on all packages.

No, Factor meals are always delivered fresh and never frozen.

Yes. Factor delivers their meals between Monday and Wednesday. However, you are at the mercy of the delivery company and cannot schedule exact times.

We certainly would not recommend that.

Typical meals range from 350 to 900 calories, averaging around 600 per meal.