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Nov. 7, 2018 11:23 am

Galley adds Saturday meal delivery in DC, Northern Virginia

Customers asked for delivery seven days a week, and the D.C. startup answered.

A Galley meal.

(Courtesy photo)

Galley will now operate seven days a week in D.C. and Northern Virginia, with plans to expand to other neighborhoods over time. The D.C.–based meal delivery startup was already operating on Sundays in D.C., Northern Virginia and Maryland.

“We’re hoping to add yet another layer of convenience to our product, debut new meals and give our customers the opportunity to order a freshly cooked meal delivered any day of the week,” Galley’s Marketing Director Alexe Lawrence told Technical.ly.

Lawrence said the Galley team has been working to expand to deliver seven days a week and after working out some logistics, it’s finally here. In September, Galley expanded to more ZIP codes, now serving 10 states total, Techncial.ly DC previously reported. This new expansion offers Saturday deliveries in three, hour-long time windows from 5-6 p.m., 6-7 p.m., and 7-8 p.m.

The menu rotates daily, so Saturday’s menu will have new items on it each week.

“Extending to delivery seven days a week is just another way we are providing a healthy and chef-prepared meal that fits within your schedule,” Lawrence said. “With the cold weather months approaching, meal delivery becomes a very popular dinner option, so we thought it’d be the perfect time to launch.”

Companies: Galley
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