Martha Ste­wart Planned Your Next 3 Meals and They’re ALL Free

Martha & Mar­ley Spoon, a meal de­liv­ery ser­vice in­spired by Martha Ste­wart, has shipped over 60,000 free meals na­tion­wide, and now it’s Con­necti­cut’s turn. Res­i­dents can claim up to three free meals over the sav­ings event.

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Fresh in­gre­di­ents and sea­sonal recipes sent to your house weekly---oh and in­spired by none other than the mother of cook­ing her­self, Martha Ste­wart. That’s the premise be­hind Martha & Mar­ley Spoon, a meal de­liv­ery ser­vice that has Amer­i­cans go­ing crazy. And the best part, new­com­ers get to try it free. The story has been

picked up by The New York Times, US To­day, For­tune,

The TO­DAY Show among sev­eral other me­dia out­lets. The pub­lic­ity has re­sulted in an enor­mous in­crease in de­mand. Over 10-mil­lion meals have been shipped so far and the com­pany pre­dicts the num­ber will in­crease.

“We’ve seen tremen­dous growth over the last few months and we sus­pect it will con­tinue with a large per­cent­age com­ing from word-of-mouth. Cus­tomers ab­so­lutely love the ser­vice and can’t wait to tell their friends about it” ex­plains Jen­nifer Aaron­son from Martha & Mar­ley Spoon.

“That was the goal from the be­gin­ning – to pro­vide an amaz­ing cook­ing ex­pe­ri­ence that your fam­ily and guests go crazy for, which doesn’t re­quire much time, money, or pre­par­ing.”

“Tastes Ex­actly Like Martha Ste­wart Pre­pared it Her­self”

There are sev­eral rea­sons why sales for Martha & Mar­ley Spoon Meal Kits are soar­ing.

Per­haps the most ob­vi­ous is that the meals are in­spired by Martha Ste­wart, her best and most fa­vored over the course of her ca­reer. And since the Martha and Mar­ley Spoon culi­nary team has ac­cess to all of them, some 18,000 recipes, there’s some­thing ev­ery­one at your ta­ble will love.

From the recipe to the cook­ing in­struc­tions, ev­ery­thing is laid out step­bystep by Martha. And to make things even eas­ier, all the in­gre­di­ents come pre­mea­sured.

It’s why the meals taste so good. When you fol­low the in­struc­tions (which take all of 5-min­utes to read) your meal comes out as if Martha cooked it her­self.

“The meal kits de­signed around three prin­ci­ples: nu­tri­tional qual­ity, con­ve­nience, and taste. This al­lows even the busiest of people to en­joy de­li­cious, healthy, home­cooked meals through­out the week be­cause each can be pre­pared within 30-min­utes or so,” ex­plains Aaron­son.

Stop Over­spend­ing on Gro­ceries That Get Thrown Away

Re­mark­ably, Martha & Mar­ley Spoon is in­cred­i­bly af­ford­able. And since the farm, fresh in­gre­di­ents come in the ex­act por­tions, noth­ing goes to waste.

Ac­cord­ing to a re­cent ar­ti­cle pub­lished by

CBS News, Amer­i­cans throw away a stag­ger­ing 165-bil­lion dol­lars on food ev­ery year, or $2000 per house­hold.

For most people, that’s a sub­stan­tial amount of money to be throw­ing away.

And for adults and se­niors on fixed in­comes, it’s even worse.

With Martha & Mar­ley Spoon Din­ner Kits, there’s no over­spend­ing. Each meal is pre­cisely mea­sured based on how many people will be eat­ing. All the in­gre­di­ents are used for ev­ery meal.

Next Level Con­ve­nience, Farm Fresh In­gre­di­ents

A quick peak on the com­pany’s web­site shows an enor­mous num­ber of happy cus­tomer re­views. Among the most raved about as­pects of the sub­scrip­tion meal ser­vice are con­ve­nience and qual­ity.

Af­ter join­ing the ser­vice, sub­scribers re­ceive Martha Ste­wart’s trusted recipes and fresh pre-pro­por­tioned in­gre­di­ents di­rectly to their door. There is no trav­el­ing to the su­per­mar­ket, no wait­ing in line, no car­ry­ing heavy gro­cery bags home.

The ship­ments come au­to­mat­i­cally each week. The in­gre­di­ents are sent fresh in a chilled, in­su­lated box. They are sourced from award-win­ning pro­duc­ers, so the in­gre­di­ents are to the high­est stan­dard, the only way Martha would have it.

By elim­i­nat­ing re­peated trips to the gro­cery store, fans of the prod­uct love that that all they have to do is cook, re­lax, and en­joy the ex­pe­ri­ence. Each recipe takes around 30-min­utes, en­abling house­holds to eat well and have plenty of time for other im­por­tant things.

As Martha says, “Save time to make time for ev­ery­thing else you want to do.”

End­less Op­tions for Mom, Dad, Even the Kids

For most house­holds, com­ing up with new meals ev­ery week takes a lot of plan­ning, and if you’ve never made the meal be­fore there’s no guar­an­tee you’ll get it right!

Martha & Mar­ley Spoon sends you a menu fea­tur­ing 10 new recipes ev­ery week, in­clud­ing cus­tomers fa­vorites, healthy eats, and kid-friendly recipes, al­low­ing for some wel­comed va­ri­ety.

“I love it when I wake up and don’t know what’s for din­ner and then, like magic, it ar­rives in the mail,” raves sub­scriber Grace Kim of Prov­i­dence, RI.

Bet­ter still, if you have any kind of food pref­er­ence (veg­e­tar­ian, gluten-free, etc.) you can let them know and you’ll be given hand se­lected recipes.”

How to Get 3 Free Martha & Mar­ley Spoon Meals In Con­necti­cut

Ini­tial sub­scrip­tions to Martha & Mar­ley Spoon were snapped up af­ter fea­tures on The TO­DAY Show and in The New York Times, As­so­ci­ated Press, and The Washington Post.

With thou­sands of sub­scribers na­tion­wide, and 283,000+ global fol­low­ers, it’s clear house­holds are “lik­ing” what they see.

Start­ing at 7am to­day, lo­cal Con­necti­cut res­i­dents can get 3 free meals, plus free 2-day ship­ping, as part of any weekly sub­scrip­tion or­der. Sub­scrip­tions can be can­celed at any time with a call or on the web­site. To get started, sim­ply visit signup.mar­ NEWS A 38 and or­der us­ing code NEWSA38 in the next 48-hours. Or­ders will be served on a first-come, first­serve ba­sis and are sub­ject to ware­house ca­pac­ity lim­its.

Sub­scribe on­line to beat the rush. If you have ur­gent ques­tions, call toll-free 1-800-381-3617 on week­days from 9am – 9pm EST. Op­er­a­tors do not take or­ders by phone, but can walk you through or­der­ing on your com­puter or mo­bile de­vice. Get your free meals now at signup.mar­ NEWS A 38 us­ing code NEWSA38.

Con­sumers who miss this 48-hour win­dow to try Martha & Mar­ley Spoon may be placed on back­o­rder un­til a fu­ture de­liv­ery date is avail­able.

Fast-grow­ing Martha & Mar­ley Spoon is ship­ping thou­sands of meals ev­ery week to hun­gry cus­tomers across the coun­try.

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