Marley Spoon-owned budget brand Dinnerly has launched a Meal-Kit app that allows customers to access its library of recipes, set orders each week and manage deliveries. New customers can also sign up for weekly deliveries through the app.

“Dinnerly was developed so everyone could enjoy the convenience of premium quality meal-kits without the high price,” its managing director and co-founder Rolf Weber said.

“We’ve already set a new price benchmark for food delivery and now we also offer a new level of convenience, flexibility and choice.”

 An iOS version of The Dinnerly Meal-Kit app is available now, and an Android version is set to launch in the near future. 

Dinnerly, which launched in March this year, has also expanded its weekly offering from 6 to 8 meals, with each starting from $5.75 per person. Shipping is $8.95 and delivery is available in NSW, VIC, QLD, SA and ACT.

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