All Week produces high-quality, small-batch meals by hand and to order. Fresh or frozen, they deliver all the nutrition you need.

It’s all well and good stocking up on the best protein bars for a post-workout snack, but they’re no replacement for proper meals. Meal delivery services can be hugely helpful in making sure you hit your weekly nutritional targets, and are invaluable if you’re short on time. One such meal delivery service is All Week, producing fresh, freezable complete meals in weekly subscription packages.

Men’s Fitness verdict

All Week meals are great to have in the fridge or freezer for when you just don’t have the time to cook. They’re fresh and tasty with decent protein doses and low fat and calories.
  • Wide range of dishes
  • Plenty of vegan, gluten-free and low-fat options
  • Fresh and flavorsome
  • A little pricey when buying in small batches

All Week is continuing the good work of its former incarnation as Out Of The Box Food. Like its predecessor, All Week produces fresh, made-to-order all-in-one meals on subscription. You can chose from as few as four meals a week to 10 or more. The price varies accordingly, ranging from £9.40 to £6.75 per meal. So what’s the quality and nutritional content like? And is All Week good value?

Does All Week taste good?

I tasted a selection of six of All Week’s pre-made small-batch meals to get a good overview of how they taste, as well as their nutritional value. It’s safe to say they hit the spot on both those counts. Three of the dishes I tried were the eight-hour beef shin ragu, with tagliatelle, steamed tenderstem broccoli with aged parmesan (576kcal); butterflied grilled peri-peri chicken breast with wild rice and corn on the cob (718kcal); and ras el hanout roast chicken with sweet pepper and tomato giant couscous, yoghurt and dill sauce (504kcal).

Each one uses quality fresh ingredients. And I have to say each one surpassed my expectations of what food from a meal delivery service could taste like. The meat was succulent, the sauces rich and punchy, the vegetables fresh and flavorsome. The fact that these are all hand-made in small batches to order certainly helps on all these counts.

These are 21 dishes to choose from, including four low-carb, eight high-veg, six vegan and seven gluten-free options, as well as 10 under 500kcal. There are even some, like the duck poke bowl with edamame, cucumber, pickled carrot and ginger and teriyaki sauce, that don’t require heating.

Product shot of food from a meal delivery service
All Week produces a good range of high-protein, vegan and gluten-free food

Is All Week worth it?

There’s no denying that a regular subscription to a service like All Week can be a costly and extravagant affair. But if you can justify the expense (and take advantage of the savings of making larger orders), you’re getting a range of healthy, wholesome and tasty hand-made meals that will liven up your weekly suppers.

Selecting your meals online is a great way to control fat, carb and calorie consumption – and boost protein intake. Or you can plump for the ‘chef’s selection’ and get a surprise mix of meals. Either way, I think you’ll be satisfied whichever meals arrive chilled and boxed at your door. Also, it’s good to see that everything in the box is recyclable, including the cool packs.

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