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SpiceBokx Redefines Freshly Cooked and Home-Delivered Healthy Indian Cuisine

Spicebokx's two cofounders Radha, a marketing professional, and Kajal a board certified obesity doctor cum chef, have their eyes set on “redefining what healthy but tasty”


CHICAGO,IL- They call it SpiceBokx and aptly so because the freshly cooked Indian meals that those boxes pack are not just aromatic and delicious but designed to be nutritious.

This innovative weekly subscription-based food delivery company has begun to cause a buzz in Chicago-land area barely within two weeks of its starting. It’s two cofounders Radha, a marketing professional, and Kajal a board certified obesity doctor cum chef, have their eyes set on “redefining what healthy but tasty” everyday Indian food should be.

“My father, like many Indians, likes his food to be tasty and oftentimes has an excess of ingredients which are not just high in calories but even unhealthy in the long-run. I told him we can create a menu that strikes a balance between being tasty to his standards and healthy to mine,” Radha says.

The result is four convenient plans to choose from on https://spicebokx.com/, which is entirely an online venture without the bricks and mortar pressures.

“We recognized a need for Indian food that was not only healthy but maintained the unique and delicious flavors that are prominent in Indian cuisine. After years of recipe refinement, trials with professional chefs and research into suitable alternatives for some of the unhealthier ingredients found in Indian cuisine, the result was SpiceBokx. Healthy, nutritious and delicious, Indian inspired meals delivered conveniently at your doorsteps on a weekly basis,” the company says.

The way the service works is that customers choose a meal plan latest by Wednesday to be delivered free of charge within a 30-mile radius at their doorstep by Sunday between 4 and 9 p.m. A pilot project carried out by Radha and Kajal revealed that prospective customers, many of them young, hardworking professionals, prefer to begin their week on Mondays without the pressures of thinking about what to cook throughout the week. It allows you skip a week or cancel subscription any time.

SpiceBokx offers four meal plans priced at $49.99 for four meals a week, $65.99 for six meals a week, $79.99 for eight meals a week and $89.99 for ten meals a week.

“Enjoy the convenience of restaurant-style meals, without the restaurant-style calories, in the comfort of your home, office, or on the go! Our chef-prepared meals are made mindfully with an intense focus on bringing you the delicious flavors and spices of Indian cuisine, prepared with wholesome ingredients while maintaining a harmonious balance of taste and health,” the company says.

“We keep changing the menu every week to ensure that customers do not get bored with our food,” Radha says. With Chicago having emerged as a hub for technology and other startups, a pioneering Indian meal delivery service like SpiceBokx promises to transform the home-eating experience. It offers both vegetarian and non-vegetarian variety and takes particular care to choose cooking ingredients in a manner that they remain not just healthy but fresh until their expiry.

“We are a heat and eat service that frees you up from sweating yourselves in the kitchen. And what is more is that the food is delicious. Ask my demanding father,” Radha says.

Subscribe to a weekly plan that best fits your needs (don’t worry, you can always skip a week or cancel your subscription anytime!).Once you’ve picked your meal plan, you can choose your meals from our weekly rotating menu. Each week, you’ll need to select your meals by Wednesday, 11:59pm CST. If you aren’t able to select your meals by the deadline, no worries, we’ll pick out some of the chef’s favorites for you! If you’re placing your first order after the Wednesday at 11:59 pm CST deadline, your meal delivery will be scheduled for the following week.

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