Everytable is a Los Angeles-based company that serves healthy meals at fast-food prices.
In 2013, former hedge fund trader Sam Polk founded Feast, a nonprofit aimed at addressing health problems related to food in South Los Angeles. Feast participants told Polk that because they were juggling jobs and other responsibilities, they often turned to fast food instead of healthier food options. Polk created a model for a company that would sell nutritious food at fast food prices, and Everytable was born.
Some of Everytable’s products include hot plates, salads, wraps, desserts, cold-pressed juices, wellness shots, snacks, essentials, and coffee. Everytable provides a la carte meals, catering, and subscriptions for individuals and workplaces. Some of its corporate partners include Kaiser Permanente, BuzzFeed, and Dollar Shave Club.
Everytable customers have the option of ordering meals as needed, or setting up a weekly subscription. Customers can choose whichever menu items they want to receive weekly, and they can edit their order from week to week.
While many meal delivery services require some level of preparation, Everytable meals are ready to eat, or require only minimal reheating. This makes them much more quick and convenient than those from other meal delivery services.
While the exact price for Everytable varies depending on the neighborhood where it’s located — Everytable locations in wealthier neighborhoods charge more than they do in less affluent areas — the price for an Everytable meal starts at $5.
This is significantly lower than that of many other delivery services, which often charge $7 to $10 per serving.
Everytable offers plans specifically tailored to workplaces, including daily or weekly delivery, 24/7 vending machines, and on-site Everytable markets.
Everytable serves only Los Angeles County, Orange County, and the Inland Empire, so only those who live near Los Angeles are able to take advantage of the company’s services.