Gluten-Free Meal Delivery Services Vancouver


How We Cater For A Gluten-Free Diet

Here at Fresh in Your Fridge, we are committed to catering to your dietary needs — through our personal holistic chef services. For clients with gluten-related health issues, you can rest easy knowing that Fresh in Your Fridge takes your health and dietary needs seriously.

Not only will we ensure that all of the ingredients we purchase for your meals are gluten-free but we will also take special care when preparing your meals to make sure no cross-contamination occurs in our kitchens. In addition to delivery services, we can also offer you in-home meal prep services if you feel uneasy as you adjust to your gluten-free diet. 


Step By Step


We Match

The first step is setting up a free call with one of our nutritionists. Let us understand your lifestyle, goals, and preferences, and we match you with the private holistic chef that’s right for you.


We Plan & Personalize

Beautiful weekly menus created just for you, no matter how complex your needs are. Quantities and menus are personalized to meet your unique dietary needs. You’ll never get bored because, with your feedback, we create a new menu each week.


We Shop

Your private holistic chef does all the shopping. The cost of premium groceries are included in your service. Ingredients are 70-100% organic and we shop only for what’s needed to reduce waste.


We Cook

Your private chef will spend anywhere from 3-5 cooking for you in our private kitchen. Then meet our friendly delivery team, who drops off your fresh meals at your doorstep!


You Eat

With Fresh In Your Fridge, meals are ready to go. Enjoy them! Let your chef know what you loved and what you didn’t, and they will plan next week’s menu.

What Is Gluten?

Gluten refers to a type of naturally-occurring protein found in certain grains such as wheat, rye, barley, and triticale products. The role gluten plays in these foods is to act as a binding agent, helping grains to keep their shape and maintain an elastic quality. 

While gluten is found in many different types of grains, some do not naturally contain the protein. For example, oats are gluten-free grain — although, due to cross contaminations that occur frequently in the processing of oats, not all oat brands are certified gluten-free. 

In general, gluten is not considered to be a risky food for most people without pre-existing or developing health conditions. However, for some people, gluten can be difficult to digest or even trigger an autoimmune response.


A Table for You

Prices are based on amounts of meals, portions and variety each week. Macro/calorie counts, and requests for additional protein, or other specialty services can be added on.

for One

StartS at $495 weekly

for Two

StartS at $595 weekly

for a Family

 StartS at $635 Weekly

What Is A Gluten-Free Diet?

A gluten-free diet is simply a diet that contains minimal or zero amounts of gluten. 

When properly practiced, a gluten-free diet can have many health benefits for people who cannot or do not wish to eat gluten. The key to eating a gluten-free diet is to ensure you are still getting the proper amount of nutrients and carbohydrates from other foods.

Gluten-containing foods — such as most breads or wheat pastas – tend to be a major source of carbohydrates in the average person’s diet. For people who are avoiding gluten and following a gluten-free diet, these carbs must be found from other sources.


These amazing people are lifesavers. For someone with complex dietary restrictions or just not a lot of time on their hands (or both) it is incredibly liberating not to have to worry about having delicious food on hand.

Elyse H.

Let’s chat.

We’ll ask you some questions that will help us build your personalized menu and quote.