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New Healthy Meal Delivery Service Piply is Giving Away 100 Free Dinners

A collaboration with the people behind Brother Hubbard and Sister Sadie, Piply is the healthy dinner on-demand service that delivers delicious and nutritious, chef crafted meals to your door within an hour.

From today, September 13th, you can get a taste one of their nutritious meals for free! To be in with a chance of scooping one of 100 free dinners register at

100 random entries will be selected and offered a free main from Piply’s menu at different hourly slots on Monday 19th and Tuesday 20th September.

Unlike typical food delivery options, Piply offers nutritionally-balanced meals that are cooked to order, with no compromise on taste and satisfaction.

On the uptake of the new service co-founder Alex Gartland says: “Response to Piply has been overwhelmingly positive. Customers tell us Piply is helping them eat better and that it’s something they have always wanted. It’s a very rewarding project for all of us to be involved in.”

“This promotion is to celebrate our launch, people can register from today and dinner vouchers will be given away on (and used) on Monday and Tuesday.”

At Piply, dieticians and chefs create the menus together to ensure they are delicious and health focused. Fresh vegetables, beans, grains and pulses are used creatively and carefully throughout to ensure each meal is nutrient rich. What’s more, there is no salt or refined sugars added and all mains come in around 600 calories or less.

Menu items include a Slow Cooked Lamb Tagine, a fragrant Chicken Laksa, topped with pickled ginger slaw, fresh herbs with spiced peanuts, and a vegan chilli flavoured with gentle spices, coffee and cacao that comes with coriander wild rice, chargrilled corn and guacamole. The menu is seasonal so expect lots of great additions as different ingredients come into season.

Piply’s founders Alex Gartland and Eamon Lynch have collaborated with Brother Hubbard ​to start this exciting new venture. Chef Eamon Lynch says:

“The food promises to be no less satisfying than the typical takeaway, but with none of the guilt and all the benefits of a healthy meal. We want to take all the pain out of trying to get a healthy and satisfying meal when you are tired after work.”

Piply are now taking orders in some areas within Dublin 6, 2 and 8 postcodes. “We are actively working on expanding the areas we cover and hope to be serving more areas by December,” says Alex.

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