Peru’s fame in the gastronomic scene is well-deserved. There are endless options to eating out in Peru, however no one can deny the incomparable taste of a home cooked meal, and the satisfaction of having prepared it yourself. In order to give this satisfaction and experience to those who may not have much experience of confidence cooking, Michael Moldauer and Aurelien Cartal founded Foodbox.
They explain how the process works, stating, “Foodbox allows you to make meals at home in a super simple manner: you choose the recipes you like on our website . . . [including] options for all tastes: carnivores, vegetarian, vegan. We even have gluten-free and lactose-free . . . We deliver all the ingredients (clean and portioned) along with the step-by-step recipe so you can cook like a chef without risk of error.”
The dinners, designed mainly for “people who want to cook (or learn to do so) but simply do not know where to start or do not have the time,” can include appetizers, entrees, and even kraft beer or wine selections paired professionally with each dish.
In closing, the founders want everyone to that, “for every serving purchased we donate one serving to someone in need. We do so through our program Foodbox Help that, in partnership with Food Bank Peru, has implemented this ‘buy one, give one’ policy.”