Daily Harvest

Choose From: Ready-to-Blend Smoothies & Ready-to-Heat Soups

Whether you have a demanding work schedule or a hectic home life, Daily Harvest understands that sometimes you simply don’t have the time to prepare a healthy, home-cooked meal. Founder Rachel Drori had a vision to help busy people like herself have access to quick, nutritious meals on-the-go. This ingenius delivery service offers delicious ready-to-blend smoothies and ready-to-heat soups for health nuts who don’t always have the time for meal prep. All-natural ingredients are picked at the peak of maturity to ensure maximum nutritional value, with no added sugar or preservatives. Choose from 3 different plans – 6 or 12 smoothies or soups weekly, or a delivery of 24 smoothies or soups once-a-month.

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Daily Harvest FAQ:

How much does Daily Harvest cost?

There are 3 options to choose from. 6 per week is $47.94. 12 per week is $89.88. 24 per month is $167.76. All 3 plans allow you to choose from available smoothies & soups.

Plan Cost per Box Cost per Smoothie or Soup
6 Weekly $47.94 $7.99
12 Weekly $89.88 $7.49
24 Monthly $167.76 $6.99

How do you skip a week of Daily Harvest meals?

You must update your account delivery schedule prior to Saturday at 6pm EST

How do you cancel Daily Harvest?

You can cancel online in your account settings or also by sending an email to hello@daily-harvest.com.

7 Daily Harvest reviews

  1. William

    Pictures Make It Look Better Than It Actually Tastes

    Having tried almost 10 different meal kit plans so far, I was looking forward to Daily Harvest. We already incorporate smoothies into our regular diet, and the pictures make Daily Harvest look so appetizing. We wanted a diverse sampling of their many different options, so we ordered a box with smoothies (power & regular), soups, overnight oats, and parfaits. Having now tried them all, I can say that I was unfortunately very disappointed with each of the options. Let me be clear; I am not a super-food health nut. I tend to prefer strawberry banana smoothies (boring I know!) to acai kale super-food healthy. That said, I still think there are so many options available that have extremely healthy choices that also taste extremely delicious. I know that the food I consumed from DH was full of extremely healthy anti-oxidants, but it also tasted really healthy… and not in a good way. One other thing to note is that all the options cost the same, yet have extremely different ranges of calories. The smoothies having only 140 calories cost the same as the overnight oats packed with 600+ calories. If you’re looking to make this an actual “meal”, then double-check the calorie count before ordering.


  2. Jill White

    Not Tasty

    I was hoping that these would help me to get the nutrition I need with a taste that was good! They are very quick to make, but they taste terrible. I can’t even choke them down. I am disappointed for sure as I was hoping for a good way to get additional fruits and vegetables into my diet. I would not recommend this to family or friends.


  3. Daniela Weiner


    I tried this service in September 2017 and was not impressed (I still have 4 out of 6 smoothies in my freezer… that says it all). Now, 7 weeks later, I find a $48 charge on my Credit Card because apparently I did not cancel my subscription correctly and without a fair warning to cancel or skip the shipment they send you a box. I talked to their customer service who sadly has no interest in making things right. They said it’s impossible to stop a shipment or refund me. I do not recommend this service at all – for $48 I can buy a LOT of produce and vegetables at my local farmers market and make better smoothies.


  4. Eric

    So, the above reviewers apparently, for one, don’t read because it clearly states the subscription, and it parameters, for which one signs up for, and, two, don’t seem to realize that these aren’t loaded with sugars, or other bad ingredients, that make food “tasty”. They do a great job combining the right ingredients and have a range of items from more “earthy” tasting, to more “sweet”. If you need it sweeter, use a sweetened almond milk option. Don’t dog on this product because you have been showered with sugary products your entire life and wanting to now make a change in your diet. You have to essentially train your pallet and wean it off of that unhealthy yumminess. Give them a shot, totally recommended. I love the Pinapple Matcha. That one is amazing!!! The mint cacao one tastes like a healthier thin-mint girl scout cookie. Who doesn’t love those? Those reviewers above are just sad. Take your $48 and go buy your produce. Make sure you buy a freezer and a pantry too so that they can be kept fresh. I also recommend a Vitamix if you are going to go that route… have fun with that. I’m paying for simplicity, convenience, and to not have to worry about the grocery store not having what I want to use, especially fresh.


  5. Jennifer

    Enjoy these smoothies

    I ordered this to get more fruits and vegetables in my diet. So far, so good. I make the milk based ones with flax milk and the water based ones with flavored protein water. I have tried all the smoothies. Do they taste amazing? No. Are they edible? Absolutely! Some are better than others. I add extra liquid base and my teen drinks what doesn’t fit in the cup.

    These have helped with my overall health and stomach issues. I have felt a lot better since I started the program. They are also quite filling.

    I would recommend if you know that you won’t be drinking a milkshake and are okay with that and are looking to add healthy food into your day.


  6. Ana

    Daily Harvest Does Not Care

    1) They have an enticing campaign with pictures that make you believe the smoothies are going to taste great. They say that they do not taste like tree bark. Guess what? They do. I am someone who NEVER uses sugar in her smoothies, tea or even coffee, so when I read Eric’s review above, I am quick to believe he works for the company. I tried adding sugar, sweetener, milk, almond milk, everything! It tastes like, you guess it, tree bark. I recommend going to your local Whole Foods and buying $48 worth of fruit and veggies and making your own.
    2) Their Saturday cutoff time gives a first time customer enough time to taste 2 smoothies (less than 50{2646a176311491570739a13dd319592155ac9cdba4632368aea58c38c45c78aa} of the shipment) before they cancel their order. That is hardly enough time to make a decision on whether or not to continue with the service.
    3) I was in bed, unable to walk, so much so I needed help doing very basic things. You can imagine that due to the pain I was in, a Daily Harvest subscription was the last thing on my mind. I offered to give them a doctor’s note detailing the issue, but they didn’t care. They refused to refund money to someone who was unable to work (thus not making any money to pay for their expensive smoothies), but mostly someone who was unable to WALK or MOVE. Clearly, these are extenuating circumstances and all other services I used completely understood and worked with me to take care of it, but not Daily Harvest. They only care about keeping their money regardless of customer satisfaction or customer illness.



  7. Carmen


    This is the first meal plan I’ve ever tried. I am by no means a health food eater. I come from a family that eats meat at every meal and desserts every night. As I have aged, I’ve felt worse and worse about my diet, and have tried repeatedly to change it. I have been thrilled with Daily Harvest. I’m so surprised to hear people say the food isn’t tasty. I sure think it is. And this is not the kind of food I eat at home. At work, it is so simple to pop the soups and bowls in the microwave and heave a healthy meal in four minutes! Someone never fails to say “what is that? it smells so good!” The morning bowls of overnight oats keep me stuffed! It’s only been a couple weeks, but I hope I can keep going for months and months like this. I’ve never felt better! Thank you!



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