The New York Times is getting in on the Uber-for-our-taste-buds market.
Today the media giant announced a multi-year deal with meal kit delivery startup Chef’d. The service will see the media outlet providing food aficionados meals based on NYT Cooking recipes. The deliverable cuisine menu will be overseen by NYT food editor Sam Sifton.
For those that plan on taking advantage of the services’ offerings, you’ll be able to order meals beginning this summer both individually and as part of the subscription service. Prices for NYT’s plates haven’t been confirmed but Chef’d meals for two typically fall within the $19 to $39 range.