Best Smoothie Delivery: GreenBlender vs Daily Harvest & More

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Are you a smoothie junkie but hate the hassle of keeping your kitchen stocked with all the fresh fruits, veggies and add-ins (vitamins, powders, minerals, seeds, etc.) you need for healthy homemade smoothies?

A smoothie home delivery service can save you tons of time and give you a wide variety of smoothie options. The best part? All you have to do is unpack and blend away, baby. Before you order, make sure you have the best blender for the job.

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Best Smoothie Delivery Winners

The number of players in this category are dwindling daily it seems but there are still a few you can count on for nutritious smoothie kits, delivered to your door.

Daily Harvest Review

Daily Harvest products#1

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Daily Harvest has 22 different smoothie options, as well as a good selection of harvest bowls, soups, chia bowls, oat bowls, lattes and more. Their smoothies come in pre-made cups filled with frozen fresh fruits and veggies and other ingredients, so all you have to do is blend away.

One thing we like about Daily Harvest is their commitment to sustainable farming. They source all their produce from Certified Transitional farms that are in the process of obtaining USDA-certified organic practices. Available in the 48 contiguous states.

Sample Recipes:

  • Acai + Cherry Beautifier Smoothie: sweet cherries, blueberries, raspberries, acaí berries, kale
  • Mint + Cacao Purifier Smoothie: cacao nibs, chlorella, mint, spinach, bananas, cashew butter
  • Mango + Papaya Antidote Smoothie: mango, papaya, pineapple, acerola cherry, macadamia nut
  • Cinnamon Protein + Banana Cereal: cinnamon, organic bananas, whole grains, garbanzo beans, pea protein, reishi mushroom



  • No preparation needed
  • Ingredients sourced from eco-friendly farms
  • Fruits and veggies are frozen at peak harvest time to preserve vitamins and minerals
  • Many vegan and gluten-free options
  • Good variety of subscription options
  • Filter your selections by taste preferences, dietary needs and key health benefits
  • Can skip, pause or cancel anytime
  • Expensive
  • Not all fruits and veggies are 100% organic
  • Some users say it’s difficult to cancel and they still got billed after canceling
  • Several user reviews about poor, unresponsive customer service


All smoothies and other food items are priced the same, and you can choose your selections from all menu items.


  • $7.75/cup (9 box)
  • $7.49/cup (12 box)
  • $6.99/cup (24 box)


Goodie Review

Goodie box for smoothies#2

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Goodie is another smoothie kit delivery service. Nothing is pre-chopped or frozen, and ingredients come individually wrapped and portioned.

Unlike Daily Harvest, Goodie only lets you choose one of 8 “themed” boxes each week that come with pre-selected smoothie recipes, although the recipes change each week. So, if you’re picky or have certain allergies, Goodie may not be the best service for you. Only available in California, Nevada and Arizona.

Sample Boxes Available:

  • Leaner & Cleaner Box
  • Energy Box
  • Muscle Builder Box
  • Focus & Clarity Box



  • All produce is sourced locally and is 100% organic
  • They donate one meal to the L.A. Food Bank for every box sold
  • Can skip, pause or cancel anytime
  • You have to chop up your fruits and veggies
  • Can’t choose individual smoothies (only a box/week)


  • $48.90/week for 10 12-oz. servings (2 servings per recipe) ($4.89/serving)
  • Free shipping

Root Blends Review

Root Blends product#3

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Root Blends is similar to Daily Harvest — they send you frozen smoothie ingredients in a pouch that requires no prep time. They have a limited variety, but they say more recipes are coming soon.

Root Blends gives you the option of 6 or 12 blends per shipment, and you can also choose your delivery frequency from weekly, every 2 weeks, every 3 weeks or monthly. Available in 24 states in the Eastern U.S.

Note: As of August 2019, all their products were sold out.

Sample Recipes:

  • Mint Protein: Banana, Spinach, Mint, Cashew Butter, Sunflower Seeds, Vanilla, Vegan Protein and Cacao Nibs
  • Skin & Hair: Blueberries, Maqui Berries, Raspberries, Strawberries, Cucumber, Chia Seeds and Marine Collagen Peptide
  • Protein: Spinach, Kale, Mango, Banana, Chia Seeds, Vanilla and Plant Protein



  • No preparation needed
  • All ingredients are organic
  • Fruits and veggies are frozen at peak harvest time to preserve vitamins and minerals
  • All packaging is compostable and 100% recyclable
  • Several delivery frequency options
  • Only 5 recipes to choose from
  • No information on where they source their produce
  • Hefty shipping fee unless you order 12 blends per delivery


  • $47.94/week for 6 pouches (2 servings/pouch) ($4/serving)
  • $95.88/week for 12 pouches (2 servings/pouch) ($4/serving)
  • Shipping: free for 12 pouches; $19.95/delivery for 6 pouches
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What Are 10 Superfoods You Should Be Eating?

All of the smoothie subscription boxes we review here include such “superfoods” in their recipes as chia, raw cacao, hempseed, matcha, maqui, rosehips, pea protein and many more. Watch this brief video to see other nutrient-rich foods you should add to your diet.

Want Home Meal Delivery?

If you haven’t already tried one of the hugely popular meal delivery services, like Blue Apron or Hello Fresh, you don’t know what you’re missing. Check out our best meal delivery service reviews and get started making meal time (and planning) much easier. You can also step up your smoothie game with these green superfood powders.

Looking for healthier home delivery food options? Don’t miss our reviews of the best vegan meal delivery boxes, best organic meal service and best healthy snack box subscriptions.

What do you think is the biggest benefit of subscription boxes?

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