By Megan Rose Dickey.
Because it’s rude to leave out children, HelloFresh co-founder Dan Treiman has teamed up with Joanna and David Parker to launch a healthy prepared meal service for the little ones. Treiman, who joined the company last December, helped Yumble officially launch this past summer.
Yumble is currently live in 26 states on the east coast and has plans to expand to the west coast sometime in the first half of 2018, but “hopefully first quarter,” Parker said.
Yumble offers pre-prepared meals for breakfast and dinner — as well as snacks — with 22 available options per week. Yumble, which is subscription based, charges $7.99 per meal for six meals a week, $7.49 per meal for 12 and $6.99 per meal for 24.
“It’s very similar to the experience of HelloFresh or Blue Apron, but without any cooking required,” Parker said.
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