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8 Meals for $48 ($6 Per Meal) @ YouFoodz

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Here's the latest decent YouFoodz coupon code.
Not sure when the expiry is.

Enjoy.

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  • +5 votes

    dont do it

  • +4 votes

    Small portions and tastes like microwaved food.

    • +4 votes

      Well they stopped making it in your kitchen to save money, so guess using the microwave was the best alternative.

    • +18 votes

      Well it is Microwaved food…

    • -3 votes

      3-4 mins for the first youfoodz meal neg. Not bad. I swear people see “youfoodz” and just can’t control themselves.

      In before RACIST WAH

    • -1 vote

      Meant to say the food tastes like standard frozen crap u buy from the supermarket freezers. Relax :)

      • +3 votes

        Delivered fresh & tasty in Brisbane. Experiences obviously vary in other areas where it is apparently delivered frozen.

    • +2 votes

      As a slightly above average weight male, I find these a bit too big compared to my normal meal size. And quite tasty, delivered fresh, for good price ($3+ in last Deal).

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      Okay, unless there has been a massive drop in quality in the last few weeks I'm unaware of they taste awesome for 'microwaved food'.

  • +2 votes

    what's the favourite alternative right now? I think i read Muscle Meals?

  • +1 vote

    Not worth it for WA as there are delivery fees

  • +1 vote

    I've noticed their quality has gone down quite a bit. Just doesn't taste the same.

  • +6 votes

    Took up their last offer and thought they were delicious. Will be going again at $6 a meal. Cheers OP

  • +6 votes

    Why support a company with racist directors? "It's a no from me".

  • +4 votes

    I think they get more business with all the current hoarding going on .

  • +4 votes

    Thanks OP - came here for the bargains. Simple as that. Ordered this weeks batch. Cheers.

  • +3 votes

    Great range of food, easy to order and is delivered frozen.

    However I am giving it a + because
    with this promo it is Good value..

    And not because of my personal opinion.

  • +2 votes

    Thanks op just put my weekly order through

  • +1 vote

    thanks, good deal

  • -1 vote

    Poor quality tasteless food and racist owners.

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      Okay, I've had YouFoodz many times and they taste really really good, sure the owners are idiots but I don't think that's a good reason to not consider this a good deal.

  • +2 votes

    Quality sucks. Not healthy.

  • +5 votes

    Can the mods for once do something about the neg vote bandwagon?

    It seems this is never going to end. Every time a youfoodz deal is posted it gets negs for a crazy variety of reasons, the most ridiculous being “I think it’s too small”.

    Given any pizza, fast food or restaurant deal if someone randomly jumped in and negged because their opinion was the meals are too small and they’re a pig that needs more than ~400 calories per meal it would be deleted. Why is that not the case here?

    • +5 votes

      Just ignore the trolls, it’s somewhat amusing seeing them get their panties in a bunch for this (And for this long) but stand silent on much worse companies deals and the ones that pretend they’ve been customers but amazingly have never commented on a youfoodz deal before the little neg hissy fits started are even sadder

    •  

      So are you saying it's okay for companies to decrease the size of their offerings without decreasing the price?
      Or do you just not notice because the price stays the same?
      Calorie counting is the wrong approach, I go on weight.
      And for me this is not great value still, if I go at 9am to Coles (5 mins walk) I can get these meals for $2 around about 95% of the time.

      But hey, let's compare it to others.
      Their offering tastes like ALDI frozen meals. Which isn't exactly bad, but I could pay much less for the same thing.
      Other meals in the usual $9.95/meal bracket taste better, with more meat and less sauce.

      • +3 votes

        I find their offering much better than aldi frozen meals and I don’t have a coles 5 mins walk away, the sizing is more than enough for me and personally I like the my muscle chef but find they are way too expensive and way too sauce heavy compared to youfoodz so I only get them on occasion. But as the original poster said similar personally perception negs are deleted on other posts like dominos etc yet not here, they’re asking for consistency I just find the whole pitchfork and neg bandwagon sad but still amusing

        • +1 vote

          So by your logic, the same comment without a negative vote is okay? I'm not sure I follow.

          As for Domino's, I'm not sure what you're on about. Almost every Domino's deal has things like "getting smaller" or "tastes like cardboard/the box is more appetising".

          Local food court does $5 each or 3 for $12 Chinese dishes from quite early on (2pm?). Takes me 2 minutes to get one.

          If you're after delivery services as well, there are many. You can expect to pay for convenience though, both in price and value.

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        I'll admit I've not had the ALDI frozen meals in a long time, but Youfoodz are not comparable to any frozen meals they taste much better. Although I'm in Brisbane so that might have an impact.

    •  

      400 calories per meal?

      Good luck with that.

    • +1 vote

      checked the voting guidelines lately? Mods will only remove negative votes under very specific circumstances. I guess they don't have time to run around evaluating the entire site's voting.

      But it does look like the mods are spending a lot of time removing your comments.

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      What are you on about? Small serving sizes is absolutely a valid criticism, especially in a community where the sole focus is

      value

      for

      money

  • +9 votes

    The meals are as tasteless as the owners.

    • +3 votes

      Now this comment is clever. We should come up with clever comments like this rather than the same old rant

    • +1 vote

      Really though? The satay, carbonara, bolognese, and mohits butter chicken are amongst some of the best delivered meals I have had. Seriously tasty.

  • +5 votes

    Just like we should support local business, we have an ethical imperative to not support racists.

    • +2 votes

      I like your ethics, what phone or tablet do you have? What petrol station do you fill up with? I guarantee that 'ethical imperative' is interchangeable when it comes to your personal life.

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        I support local where I can.
        Instead of buying a coffee at Maccas, I'll go to a local cafe (seeing as they are the same price).
        Instead of buying fresh produce at Coles, I go to the fruit shop. Prices are often cheaper, and quality is better.
        Unless Coles has discounted meat, I normally go to the local butcher because again, cheaper and better.

        From your history, it seems that you have a personal "duty" to protect Youfoodz, yet use 7/11 regularly.

        If I was that interested, I could see if you were just one of these people giving the supermarkets more power or if you actually cared about local business, but quite frankly I'm not.

        • +1 vote

          I have great issue grandstanding especially when it comes to Youfoodz posts. It's inconsistent, contrived nonsense that people promote ethics for validation. Just like you defending yourself by sharing your own shopping habits.

          I'm glad you've wasted your personal time to read into my post history which shows a consistency that most fail to achieve. I hope that you understand I'm not spouting nonsense on shaky ethical grounds. I'm merely sick of contrived, self gratification through the negging Youfoodz yet in that same breath upvoting/buying from Apple, Nestle, Coke and other brands.

          • +1 vote

            @FlatulentFrank: I’m not exactly defending myself. I’m saying where feasible, I don’t support unethical companies. If that comes across as inconsistent, oh well.
            I won’t lie, I use Amazon and their workers are not treated that well. Occasionally, I order Dominos. If there is a good freebie at 7/11 I’ll pick it up.

            The fact is though, Youfoodz is not only unethical, its also poor value. A flatmate actually tried them, opted for a morning pick up but they had to leave by 8:30am. It always came around 9-10am. I had to leave at 9:30am, so when I could I would bring it in and refrigerate it. Otherwise, it was left out until 6pm.
            As a kind of “thank you” he gave me one of the 6 meals (he was only there Mon-Fri, makes sense). They started out fantastic.
            About a year later, I couldn’t say the same. They tasted cheaply made and had far less meat.
            Flatmate ended up cancelling Youfoodz and went on another delivery meal service instead.

            I’m more for an increase in price rather than a decrease in quality.
            If I wanted an easy, cheap dinner I would get a frozen lasagne from ALDI ($2.25) or an ALDI pizza ($2.95).
            Yes, I know Dominos shrinks the size of their pizzas regularly, but at least the quality to me hasn’t decreased.

  • +2 votes

    I’d buy these every week if delivery wasn’t so expensive to Perth. Delicious and portion size is big enough. Wouldn’t pay any more than $7 each though.

  • +2 votes

    Only upvoted to combat the ridiculous negs

  • +1 vote

    always comes with grey broccoli 🥦

  • +8 votes

    Tastes like racism. Oh and small serving sizes.

  •  

    Can people elaborate a little more when they say "not healthy"?

    A lot of the clean meals are around 300 calories, that sounds pretty healthy to me.

    Everyone's experience will vary, but I found most of their meals delicious.

    I don't think I can fork out $6 per meal though, convenience aside, not sure the value is there for me. When they were $3.xx… now that was a steal.

    • -3 votes

      Just don't look at the calories alone. You want to look at the quality of ingredients, what chemicals they used to enhance flavours etc…….

      What is healthier?
      300 calories of a seared chicken + steam veggies or 300 calories of a chicken snitzel + mash potato

    •  

      How can anyone justify 300 calories for a meal?
      Most people require around 2000-2500 calories a day.
      So three meals at 300 calories would mean serious health side effects.
      Even 5 meals would be only 1500 calories, which is not sustainable long term.
      Perhaps if you were in a medically induced coma it would suffice?

      •  

        People don't typically eat 3 of these a day. Plus they'll have other stuff. My partner has them for lunch at work — but she also snacks on chocolates and things during the day too. But these help her have something that's better than what she'd take to work on her own, and also portion control (because otherwise she'd eat three times the amount for one meal, and yet somehow she's skinny AF!).

        Just because you can't eat ONLY that thing doesn't mean it's bad for you.

        •  

          Ok. Even one of these is not a "Meal".

          I think people should not be shamed into thinking that they shouldn't be eating more than 300 calories. That is ridiculous.
          The same goes for the idiotic viewpoint expressed earlier (my another poster) that the average person doesn't need more than 400 calories.

          A weight watchers classic meal has about 300 calories, for the purpose of weight loss.
          If you follow the advice of the government (not that I am advocating that) then you should target 400, 600, 600 for your breakfast lunch and dinner.
          So 300 is half that for both lunch and dinner.

          300 calories is not a healthy meal alternative full-stop.

          At $6 a meal these are NOT good value, as to fill your calorie count you need to eat something else, or eat two of these meals to get 600 calories.

          These should be sold as meal supplements or as a snack; or even as a weight loss meal.
          Calling something of 300 calories a MEAL is ridiculous.

  • +2 votes

    Racist company. Come in to down vote.

    • -4 votes

      How is this a reason to downvote? Is this a good deal — probably, should your personal ethics be a consideration in if it's a good deal or not — no.

  •  

    Food quality is low, tastes like trash

  •  

    Would love to take advantage of this deal, but I'm outside the delivery area.

  •  

    They've increased the portion sizes on some of the meals (Stated on their brochure)

  •  

    Ordered for a trial. Let's see if it's worth it.

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