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PRE-PAY & SAVE On Premium Meals For Those Who Are Health-Savvy And Busy!

All Day Bundle

All Day Bundle

Regular price $860.00
Regular price $920.00 Sale price $860.00
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please note: shipping calculated at checkout will cover all 4 weeks

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This 4 Week Bundle Includes:

  • 5 Weekly Breakfasts - 1-5 from the breakfast menu below
  • 5 Weekly Lunches - 1-5 from the lunch menu below
  • 5 Weekly Dinners - 6-10 from the dinner menu below
  • Exciting free samples from other brands we love

Cooked Fresh | Arrives Fresh | Stays Fresh

With our prepay & save option, it keeps you accountable and frees up your time to focus on other pleasures outside of the kitchen. While also guaranteeing us business which allows us to pass on a discount to you!

Shipping is calculated at check out and will cover all 4 weeks of deliveries.

Pete's Paleo Meal Plans

Your Menu + Free Samples

Meals Delivered 6/9

Breakfast (Serving size: 8.5oz)

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Tex Mex Sweet Potato Hash
Salsa Verde Chicken with Sweet Potato Bacon Crumble
Tomato Basil Bake with Yukon Potato Hash
Curry Beef Mixed Veggie Bowl
Zucchini Frittata with Apple Fennel Pork Sausage
Paleo Breakfast Meatloaf with Kale
Steak Breakfast Hash

Lunch & Dinner (Serving size: Lunch 8.5oz, Dinner 11.5oz)

Tarragon Pesto Chicken with Shredded Kale + Brussels Slaw and Roasted Veggie Bake
Cajun Roasted Chicken with Southern Green Beans and Sweet Potato Wedges
Tuscan Pork and Kale Stew Meal
Moroccan Chicken with Asparagus and Dill Cauliflower Rice
Teriyaki Meatballs with Bok Choy Sweet Potato Noodles
Almond Crusted Pork Tenderloin with Mustard and Bacon Potato Salad with Kale
Chipotle Braised Beef with Cilantro Cauliflower Rice and Tomatillo Salsa
Korean Pork Confit Bok Choy with Mushrooms and Roasted Sweet Potato
BBQ Chicken Patties with AIP BBQ Sauce and Roasted Broccoli
Mediterranean Chicken with Roasted Veggies and Mashed Broccoli

Meals Delivered 6/16

Breakfast (Serving size: 8.5oz)

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Mango Protein Smoothie
Spaghetti Squash Breakfast Casserole
Bacon Zucchini Apple Fritters
Sweet Potato Medley Topped with Sausage Gravy
Smokey Sweet Potato Bacon Bowl with Spinach
Tomato Mushroom Frittata with Herbed Sweet Potato Hash
Ground Beef Hash with Beets and Mushrooms

Lunch & Dinner (Serving size: Lunch 8.5oz, Dinner 11.5oz)

Panang Curry Chicken
Shallot Mushroom Braised Beef with Spinach and Chili Dusted Sweet Potatoes
Orange Glazed Pork Tenderloin with Shredded Brussels and Baked Yams
Chicken and Apple Burger with Plum Relish and Sweet Potato Fries
Grilled Steak with Basil Tomatoes and Purple Potato Wedges
Carnitas with Pico de Gallo and Spicy Carrots
Gyro Kebabs with Grilled Zucchini and Cucumber Garlic Parsnip Mash
Chicken Bacon Ranch Casserole
Lemon Pepper Chicken with Kale and Summer Squash
Chimichurri Chicken with Rosemary Garlic Roasted Sweet Potato Fries and Red Cabbage Slaw
  • Paleo Treats

    Whoa Tiger grain free granola is epically clean, sweetened with maple syrup and made with the best ingredients. It can even be used as a delicious ceral to start your morning off right!

  • Paleo Valley

    Snack clean with 100% Pasture Raised Turkey Sticks

    Designed to help you:

    Eat healthy on the go

    Have a clean protein snack handy

    Love what you eat

  • Nut Pods

    With the essence of fresh vanilla beans & a hint of natural sweetness, this best selling French Vanilla nut pod is the perfect pairing to medium to dark roast coffees.

  • The New Primal

    Sugar Free 100% Grass Fed Beef Sticks
    - Whole30 Approved
    - Certified Paleo, Keto & Gluten-Free
    - 6g of protein
    - No hormones or antibiotics

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  • Gluten Free

  • Dairy Free

  • Delivered Fresh

  • Seasonal Produce

  • Humanely Raised

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Why Choose Pete's Real Food?

Who Is Pete?

Ever since I made an apple pie with my grandma when I was 7, I’ve wanted to be a chef.

I remember insisting on peeling all the apples myself even though it made my hand crampp into a claw. I’ll never forget the satisfaction of pulling the pie out of the oven and seeing it bubbling and golden brown. What a feeling. 

When I was a little older I would run home from school to watch “great chefs of the world” on the Discovery channel.

I graduated culinary school from Le Cordon Bleu and got very lucky to land my dream job. It was at a place called Restaurant Eugene in Atlanta. We used every part of the animal and everything was made from scratch. And I mean everything, from the tobasco sauce (you ferment it for a year) to the worstechire it was all made in house. While I was there we were awarded Best New Chef from Food and Wine magazine, nominated for a James Beard award and won Bon Apetit Cuisine of the Year. 

It was incredible and I will always be grateful for what I learned there. But I will say I did see an issue with farmers driving 100 miles to sell two cases of kale while people paid $50 a plate. It seemed there wouldn’t be that much of a net gain to the food system if that’s all we were doing. My mind started spinning and I was determined to make a difference in how people ate. 

Then I met Sarah and it all came together from there.  I fell in love in about two seconds, two seconds after that she made me do CrossFit with her. Then she made me do a paleo challenge. At first I bristled at a diet stifling my cooking but paleo and fine dining are actually pretty synonymous. 

We started dropping off meals at local gyms within a few months of landing in San Diego. Then within two years we were shipping nationally. There’s a lot of details and heartache I skipped over what it took to make that happen but suffice it to say I believe very strongly the only way to truly fail is to quit. 

Now we have truckloads of kale brought to the kitchen. Our staff is paid a living wage. And our customers get fine dining quality food for less than $20 bucks a meal. That, I believe, is making a small but important difference in the food system. 

Thanks so much for your support and business,  it’s the only thing that makes any of this possible. 

What Goes Into Our Pricing?

Yes, we will say it upfront. We are more expensive than our big competitors.

Let me tell you why, because it's not about more profits for us.

We are a small business with no outside investors. Pete has been in the food business his entire career. We know this industry inside out.

Amazon and other big retailers have shifted consumer's perspectives of the true cost of selling online and shipping. And as a small business, we simply cannot absorb it all.

In order to provide our customers with high quality, no junk, time saving mealswith menus that change seasonally,and to pay our staff a living wage, this is the true cost of those meals.

Our Competitors

Since 2012, we have been a family owned and operated company. In fact, we were the first nationwide meal delivery company! We are completely boot strapped and have not taken on any investors or funding.

There have been a ton of meal companies big and small since we started our little company in 2012. But with that said, we still feel that there’s quite a bit that makes us different and honestly better than the rest.

Most of the large meal kit and meal delivery companies in this space have major investors, which enables them to spend a ton on marketing and offer very low meal pricing (because they don't have to make a profit, they just need to show increase in sales).

While we will never be able to compete on price (because our prices reflect what it costs to make high quality food, ship it directly to you and pay our employees an actual living wage), we blow the other guys out of the water when it comes to flavor, variety and diet offerings. And don't forget about our ingredients. Look at our nutrition panels, they will show we only use real food ingredients. No fake meats, no processed foods, no preservatives or fillers. Just real food. And you can taste the difference.

Our Food Philosophy

We make everything from scratch, including sauces and spice blends. Only whole real food ingredients will be found in our meals. No franken foods, nothing processed, no fillers or preservatives. This has been our approach since 2012 and we believe our customers are better off for it.

Our number one rule is if you wouldn't serve a meal to your grandmother, it won't be served to our customers. The other main rule is that we are only as good as the last meal we make. No one enjoys the flavors of a good reputation, they enjoy or don’t enjoy whatever meal was made for them that week.


The good news for our industry is that we actually have a smaller carbon footprint than grocery shopping! Read that again.

The study determined that meal delivery produces less food waste than those who choose to grocery shop. Flash to the meme of buying salad kits and leafy greens to only be thrown out because they went bad in our fridge.

But seriously, this is a big deal for our industry but even bigger for Pete's Real Food specifically. We intentionally cook everything fresh to order, to avoid food waste. We do not buy ingredients for all the meals on the menu and wait to see what meals customers decide they want to order. We get our weekly customer orders and then cook fresh to ship out fresh. What little food waste we have is donated to local community kitchens.

In addition, our boxes, liners, trays and gel liner shells are all eco friendly!

  • Order by Friday midnight PST

  • We ship in eco-friendly packaging

  • Delivered next Thursday or Friday

  • Reheat and serve, no cooking or cleaning

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