Here’s another meal delivery service for freshly prepared, high-protein meals just like MealPro – Trifecta Nutrition. But, unlike MealPro, it offers a broader variety of diets, which include vegan, vegetarian, paleo, keto, and classic.
However, it’s MealPro that allows you to customize the weekly menu, something you can’t do with Trifecta Nutrition unless you want to add just two food preferences at the time of placing the order.
Trifecta Nutrition is a meal delivery service specially designed for athletes. It’s slightly more expensive than MealPro (per-serving cost starts at about $13.79). And that’s primarily because of the use of organic, supreme-quality ingredients.
Factor also delivers high-protein, premade meals you can devour within minutes!
Their complete menu features tags or labels on the recipes so you can categorize them as keto, paleo, low carb, low calorie, vegan, vegetarian, high protein, and more. Hence, Factor is a fitting prepared meal delivery service for specific dietary preferences and eating patterns.
Factor offers breakfast dishes, snacks, wellness shots, and juices, besides the fully cooked meals. MealPro doesn’t. At the same time, Factor is a bit less expensive ($11 per serving) in comparison to MealPro. But in comparison to Factor, MealPro is better when it comes to making meal modifications like increasing the portion of protein, carbs, or veggies.
There are lots of similarities here once more between MealPro and Icon Meals – vacuum-sealed, prepared meals that you can microwave in less than 5 minutes and the price range of $10–$15 per portion.
Even the menu/meal variety is pretty much the same. But in the case of MealPro, you have to place a large order of either 18 meals or 20 meals, whereas with Icon Meals, there’s no such obligation to place such a sizable order, meaning you’re free to purchase as little or as much as you like.
Moving on to meal customizability, only MealPro lets you do that. For example, you can double the protein, add extra carbs, or replace certain ingredients with vegetables. In addition to that, MealPro provides custom meals too, which Icon Meals also offers.
One notable difference is that the Icon Meals menu features a greater variety of meals, along with a weekly rotating menu. MealPro’s menu, on the other hand, changes less frequently, and that can be disappointing if you want to order on a more regular basis.
However, both companies are heavy on meat proteins, conventional ingredients, and delicious flavor profiles.