Meal delivery services are about to see a new, but familiar, face.
General Mills is testing a meal delivery service branded under Betty Crocker Kitchens in the Twin Cities with seniors in mind. Easy, home-style meals have been a Betty Crocker mainstay since 1921, and now, the comforts of home can be scheduled for delivery.
Customers can call an 800 number or use a website to order meals. The minimum order is seven meals for $55, and delivery within 24 hours. The meals will be distributed by CobornsDelivers, the Star Tribune said.