An entire industry has emerged to supply consumers with home-delivered meals in a box. Subscription services like Blue Apron and Hello Fresh send customers pre-portioned food ingredients and recipes that make it easy for people to make food at home. Some swear by meal kits as a way to save money, prepare decent home-cooked food, and avoid throwing out rotten vegetables. Others say meal kits are too structured. Grocery stores allow people to be more creative and save some money. What do you think?
Would you rather commit to a meal kit or remain flexible and buy groceries?
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