The food industry is a service industry by nature since it involves the interaction between those that are providing the food as a service and the clients who are partaking in that service in exchange for a fee. And like any service–tailored enterprise, it needs a lot of support for the smooth and efficient running of things. These services include apps, food delivery services, and so much more. The Canadian food services include:


A weekly meal subscription service that specialises in offering healthy meals prepared by a host of renowned chefs from different food establishments across different cities for $7.99. Chowder has a 16 meal option that gets delivered right to your doorstep or at the office.

Rose Reisman’s Personal Gourmet

A delivery service that offers fresh and frozen food delivery plans for healthy living. They even deliver cleansing juice for those in need of a detox plan, but do not have the time out of their schedules to go get them by themselves.

Athlete’s Kitchen

Originally a meal prep service, Athlete’s Kitchen upgraded to a meal delivering service. They deliver food to the doorstep, but only after one visits their website and crafts their specific meal plan and places the order from there.

Fit Organix

They specialise in non-allergenic healthy foods that are delivered in reusable bags every morning between 4 am and 6 am. Though their plan is a bit costly, since they charge $300 per week for deliveries.


At $4.99, Home-Style delivers to your doorstep hearty comfort food like you would find in any home, but this is specially crafted to a client’s desire. There is a $9.99 sign-up fee as well as a delivery charge

Honey Bee Meals

A weekly meal service that delivers gluten, dairy, soy and refined sugar free food. The first six meals are delivered on Sunday, and the remaining four on Wednesdays. Their weekly meal plans cost between $140 and $155