Meal Prep Subscription

Have healthy delights delivered to your doorstep everyday.

By Kelvin Low      2 June 2020

The main challenge in Singapore’s food paradise is surprisingly, “eating clean”. It is the main factor in staying fit and healthy. While some of us have discovered our inner chefs during the Circuit Breaker, it might be tough to carry the momentum once the office day-to-day begins again.

Throwing together a variety of greens in a bowl and drizzling them with vinegar is a fast meal fix, but meal preps for the entire week will take off a chunk of your precious time. Thankfully, an easy solution is subscribing to a healthy meal plan!

A healthy meal subscription removes the difficulty of counting your calories as well as macro intakes, and it’s delivered right to your doorstep. Eating well at home or work has never been so easy with these options!



FitThree offers meals for three days or five days, from a choice of over 40 different meals that changes every week. The menu offers standard and extra large portions for the meals, perfect for those who are embarking on the cutting and bulking phases.

When the gyms and fitness studios finally reopen, FitThree can deliver your food to your preferred pickup venues. The packed meals will be stored in a dedicated fridge until you pick them up.



If you’re looking for a halal certified, gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan or dairy free subscription, check out YOLO’s menu. Their recipes are created by an in-house nutritionist and Executive Chef to make meals both tasty and nutritious.

Their menu is designed around different lifestyle goals and rotates every two weeks. Packages range from five days to thirty days, with flexible delivery dates. You can also choose to pick up your order from select YOLO outlets.


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