Herb and Seed, a No Waste Plant Based D2C Meal Service Launches in Southern California Aimed to Provide Consumers Optimal Nutrition and Taste Through Macronutrient Dense Offerings

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Herb and Herb & Seed, a no-waste plant-based D2C (direct-to-consumer) meal service from millennial founder, Natalie Jaconetty has officially launched. The offering provides consumers in Southern California a variety of tasty and macronutrient dense meals.

The flavorful vegan and plant-based meals range in price. Breakfast which includes meals such as Banana Overnight Oats, Chickpea Scramble, and Banana Oat Waffles are priced at $11 USD per meal while lunch entrees selections include Stir Fry Bowl, Mediterranean Bowl, and Rainbow Buddha Bowl are priced at $13.50 USD  per meal. Greek Stuffed Peppers, Creamy Tomato Polenta Stacks, and Enoki Mushroom Cakes with Miso Glazed Broccolini are dinner options are priced at $15.50 USD per meal. Each meal is designed to provide key nutrients such as fiber, fats, carbs and protein and can be heated up in the microwave.

Users within Los Angeles County and select parts of Ventura and Orange Country can go online to order their selected meals each week. Deliveries are made each Monday based on the customer’s specific requests and needs.

Additionally, Herb and Seed’s packaging is 100%  sustainable. Herb and Seed follows a zero-waste kitchen model in their production, so conscious consumers can feel good purchasing meals from Herb and Seed.

“I’m thrilled to be able to launch Herb and Seed. It’s a privilege to be able to use a variety of plant-based and nutritionally optimal ingredients for our meals that create flavor-forward chef-inspired meals that support health and wellness. Also, I’m very proud to say that we’re a zero-waste organization and we will remain so as we grow.” says founder, Natalie Jaconetty on the launch.

To learn more visit Herb and Seed’s website: www.herbandseedla.com and follow their Instagram at @HerbandSeedLA.

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