I’ve tried trifecta, I really liked that one, it was delivered on the porch every Friday, the best was the meals that you jut in the oven the ones I didn’t like as much was the ones that took a lot of prep. Overall really liked it.
I have use home chef, blue apron, every plate, hello fresh. Hello fresh and home chef were good for a few weeks. Blue apron was ok a few weeks. Every plate was my least favorite because there were often missing items or the produce was not fresh enough to last 5 days (I had a 5 day plan). They all get boring after a few weeks. Some of the plans offered grains that we just did not like. It would be nice if you could select a meat, vegetable,. starch to build a meal but I never found one that allowed that. Hello fresh used some very select ingredients like demi Glace, bone broth which others did not include. We used them all for a month or so then went back to ordering from HEB, curb pickup and our own recipes and meus.
Have you looked at HungryRoot? I like this one the best of all I've tried so far (home chef, blue apron, hello fresh, trifecta, freshly, and I think the list goes on). It's a great combo of really great tasting and super healthy/nutritious food but also offers a bit of a grocery shopping experience if you want more flexibility.
I use Maven Meals for most of my food each week. It's pre-made, pre-portioned meals delivered once a week. I like their variety and their quality. They also offer lots more vegetables than I would get left to my own devices! The price point is really good too. I've used Munchery in the past and it was more convenient since you could order same day but their portions were a bit too calorie-heavy for me.
I absolutely HATED HelloFresh, but I had it a couple of years ago, now. When I had a subscription, the produce was usually just BARELY good enough to use, and most of it would go bad before the week was half through, meaning we would have to replace the veggies or do something different (which defeats the purpose, right?).