Gone are the days when you had only two or three meal delivery services to choose from. Now, meal delivery has become a way of life for so many people, and there are tens, if not hundreds, of services you can try. So, how do you choose between them? To some degree, it's a matter of personal preference. You may love the meals from Service X, while a neighbor prefers the meals from Service Y.
Years ago, if you wanted groceries, your only real option was to go to the grocery store, fill a cart, and wait in the checkout line. Today, there is an alternative approach that is becoming more common: having groceries delivered. Grocery delivery does cost a little more than shopping in-person, and that may initially keep you from choosing delivery as an option. But in fact, grocery delivery is usually worth that small extra fee.