Hello Fresh Referral Code
Hello Fresh is the leading provider of fresh food at home. Everything required for delicious meals every day is carefully planned, carefully sourced, and delivered to the front door of each subscriber at the time most convenient for them. What’s cool is that you can get £20 off your first Hello fresh delivery when you use my Hello Fresh referral code or using this code at checkout:
What’s Good About HelloFresh?
I’ve been using HelloFresh for the past few months and I’ve got to say I’m feeling a lot healthier, eating less rubbish and snacking less in the evening. The portion sizes are really generous to the point where you’re full, and the freshness and range of vegetables they send out are impressive. I think up until subscribing to Hello Fresh I’d seen more Aubergine (eggplant) as emoji’s than in real life.
I don’t know about you but I struggle to find the motivation to try out new recipes from cooking sites as often they require about 12 ingredients you don’t have in your cupboard, so you abandon the idea and order a pizza. With HelloFresh they send you everything you need (except oil), pre-portioned to the recipe so there’s less wastage which is nice.
What’s Not So Good About HelloFresh
The amount of plastic packaging. To be fair a lot of it is recycled plastic but there’s still so much of it. I appreciate for the dairy and meat it’s a necessity but for the vegetables, it could be loose or in the paper.
Also, I don’t think it’s needed to have each meal in a separate paper bag, as the bags they are massive and you have to find space for them all in your fridge. I end up taking them out of the MASSIVE bags anyway.
It would be a nice feature if they allowed you to untick which packaging you received, much like how you can opt-out of plastic bags with various supermarket deliveries.
The price is also quite steep if you aren’t using a promo code (having said they more often than not email out a 25/50% off deal out frequently.
£36 for 4 dishes (for 2 people) is probably £20 more than if you’d just gone out to the supermarket and got the ingredients yourself. it’s probably why the Hello fresh referral code is so popular.
They also use relatively inexpensive ingredients for a lot of dishes, like chicken, pasta, rice, and sausage meat. You can see their business strategy clearly in their recipes, as they charge extra for premium meals like steak.
If you liked the hello fresh referral code, as an alternative, I would recommend checking out Simply Cook if you’re looking for inspirational recipe ideas. They send you the sauces, herbs, and a recipe card. However, it’s only £10 for 4 dishes instead of £36 (but you have to buy the meat and vegetables yourself. Gousto is also very similar but in my opinion, has lots more different recipes.
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It worked, thank you ☺️
used today, code worked, much appreciated, thanks!