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Want delicious Gluten Free meals delivered to your door? Enjoy the convenience of home cooking without compromising on flavor!

Stick with your Gluten Free diet without sacrificing your time and energy.

With an entirely gluten free nationwide menu, we're experts in gluten free meal prep - so you don't have to be.

Our Gluten Free Menu Approach

Dietitian Led Nutrition.

Our registered dietitians collaborate with local chefs to create gluten free meals that are both flavorful and nutritious. Our entire menu is made without gluten or dairy products, and contains no refined sugars, nitrates, chemical preservatives or artificial colors.

Better for the Planet

Locally Made. Sustainably Delivered.

At Territory, we’re committed to providing responsibly produced ingredients, reducing food waste, offering responsible packaging, supporting social equity, and reducing emissions through carbon offsets. All of our gluten free meals are delivered in eco-friendly packaging, made from recyclable or compostable materials. In certain zip codes, we also offer an enhanced Sustainable Delivery, where meals arrive without gel packs and insulated liners.

"The best healthy meal delivery service to help you eat better."

- Rolling Stone

How Territory's Gluten Free Meal Delivery Works

We’ve partnered with our talented independent chef network to offer a wide selection of gluten free prepared meals on our weekly menu.

Select From Our Fully Gluten Free Menu

New gluten free meals are added to the menu frequently so you can explore new flavors, while sticking to your gluten free diet.

Our Local Chefs Cook to Order

Using only the highest quality, sustainably–sourced ingredients, our network of independent chefs produce meals specifically for you.

Delivered in Eco-Friendly Packaging

Your orders arrive fresh in packaging that's best-in-class for sustainability.

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Gluten Free Fan Favorites from Our Menu


Spicy Barbacoa Beef Bowl

Shredded beef barbacoa served over brown rice, pinto beans and corn paired with salsa verde.

Grilled Salmon with Cauliflower Rice and Broccoli

Grilled salmon, roasted whole broccoli and flavorful cauli-rice served with a scallion-basil vinaigrette on the side.

Garlic and Herb Flank Steak

Grilled steak seasoned with parsley and garlic served with roasted fingerling potatoes and spring peas.

Garden Baked Eggs with Sweet Potato Hash

Spinach and tomato loaded baked eggs with a roasted sweet potato, red pepper and onion hash.

What Our Customers Are Saying


New to Gluten Free living? Here is everything to know before you get started.

What is a Gluten Free Diet?

A gluten-free diet is a versatile nutritional approach that eliminates gluten, a protein complex found in wheat, barley, rye, and oats. This diet is beneficial not only for those with celiac disease, who experience harmful immune responses to gluten, but also for individuals looking to explore alternative dietary choices. For many, a gluten-free diet can lead to improved digestive health, increased energy levels, and an overall sense of well-being.

What foods are typically included in a gluten free diet?

A gluten-free diet encompasses fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, poultry, fish, and most dairy products. It includes gluten-free grains like rice, quinoa, and corn, as well as legumes, nuts, and seeds. For baking, gluten-free flours such as rice and almond flour are used. Pure herbs, spices, and most oils are safe, but care is needed with processed foods and condiments due to potential gluten content. Beverages are mostly gluten-free, except for beers made from gluten-containing grains. Reading labels and being aware of cross-contamination is key in a gluten-free diet.

What foods are typically avoided in a gluten free diet?

In a gluten-free diet, foods to avoid include anything containing wheat, barley, rye, and traditional oats due to cross-contamination risks. This encompasses bread, pasta, cereals, baked goods, and beer made with these grains. Also, many processed foods, sauces, gravies, and some snack foods often contain gluten. It's important to be cautious with certain premade soups, salad dressings, and marinades, as well as flavored dairy products like some yogurts and ice creams. Reading labels is essential, as gluten can often be found in unexpected places.

Learn More About the Gluten Free Diet


Seven Day Gluten-Free Meal Plan

A Beginners Guide to Starting a Gluten-Free Diet

Naturally Gluten Free Foods: What You Can Eat on a Gluten-Free Diet

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