Easy-to-make plant-based meals delivered to your door on your schedule.
About Purple Carrot
Sure, a purple carrot is pretty interesting on it’s own, but there’s much more to this delightfully vegan brand than rainbow veggies. From an assortment of flavorful meals made from all-natural ingredients, to entire recipes available at the click of a mouse, Purple Carrot delivers a healthier way to prep your plate.
Why We Love Them
- Meal plan subscriptions with enough variety to build a unique menu every week
- Affordable, convenient recipes and ingredients delivered directly to your doorstep
- Exciting, robust selection of fruits, herbs, and vegetables that introduces a whole new culinary world
- Delicious, nutritious, 100% plant-based meals
The Science & The Soul
Purple Carrot uses a simple subscription program to share fresh ingredients and inventive recipes, so you can enjoy a variety flavorful vegan plates — such as tempeh tacos and fig melt sandwiches.
On their website, customers choose which meals they want, how many servings they need of each, and how often they’d like their selections delivered. Purple Carrot then delivers those selections, complete with the perfectly-portioned, fresh, all-natural ingredients and the exact, easy-to-follow recipes for the requested menu items.
If you get hungry in between meals, don’t want to cook, or just like to graze, Purple Carrot offers a wide variety of healthy snacks to munch on throughout the day.
Cultivating the plant-based revolution is no easy task, but it is crucial for both physical and mental health and wellness. A diet including more plants decreases blood pressure and reduces the risk of heart attack and diabetes. Plant-based diets have even been proven to help prevent and reverse chronic diseases.
And it’s not just your body that will thank you, but the planet itself. One pound of veggies takes about 40 gallons of water to produce, while a pound of beef takes 1,880 gallons. Eating one less burger a week can save the equivalent of 320 miles in carbon emissions. No matter how you slice it, plants are back in style, Purple Carrot is on the menu, and the dinner bell is ringing.