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Mealpass, the subscription lunch service that launched January 2016 is rolling out its service here in Chicago and Washington DC. The 2 new city launch is not the only exciting news the young startup is celebrating, they are also rebranding, changing their name to MealPal- the Tinder for food.
If the service sounds a bit familiar its because it is based off the Class Pass model. MealPal was founded by Mary Biggins (co-founder of ClassPass) and Katie Ghelli (formerly of ZocDoc).
Here’s how it works: lunch goers pay $119/mo for up to 20 meals per cycle or if not ready to make that kind of commitment, you can get the $42/cycle plan which gives you up to 6 meals. You place your order in advance begining at 5pm the evening before, up until 9:30am the day of. The app will ask you a series of questions to understand which ingredients you like and don’t like, so you’ll only see meal options that will please your palates. Some of the Chicago area restaurants signed up include Nonsense, Freshii, Persona Pizza and Asada grill.
MealPal currently serves NYC, San Francisco, Boston and Miami.
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