How to get a free box of Daily Harvest’s plant-based meals this Black Friday

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While the holiday season is generally fun and festive, it’s no secret that 2020 is going to be a little different — and probably a little more stressful. (Sorry to be a Debbie Downer!) But in between your online shopping, stress baking, Facetiming and Netflix binging, you can fill your body with good-for-you food that takes minimal work by Daily Harvest.

Daily Harvest is a clean, plant-based meal delivery company. The brand makes smoothies, soups, flat breads, harvest bowls, oat bowls, chia bowls, lattes, snack bites and even ice cream. Every item is made with organic ingredients and is plant-based, gluten-free and dairy-free.

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And, for a limited time, first-time customers can get a free box. Starting Nov. 25 through Dec. 1, use the promo code “CYBERWEEK2020” to get a box of equal value for free on your second delivery. While Daily Harvest does require a subscription, you can easily pause or cancel anytime you want.

In your box, you choose every item that comes inside, and each costs between $5.99 – $8.99. Your box’s final price will depend on what food items you add and how many you choose, but it generally starts at around $54 for nine items.

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All of the foods arrive frozen, packaged with dry ice, and can be heated or prepared with a microwave, on the stove or with a blender in 10 minutes or less. One exception is the flatbreads, which require an oven and take about 20 to 25 minutes to heat, but they’re well worth the wait.

You can remove grocery shopping and cooking from your to-do list when you order from Daily Harvest. Come the holiday season, it’s great for enjoying in between all those delicious cookies and pies.

If you prefer to prepare and cook everything yourself, at least ditch your dull kitchen knives for this $20 produce chopper.

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