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Published on September 15, 2021

What's for dinner? Healthy, easy, tasty meals!What's for dinner? Healthy, easy tasty meals!

Cape Cod Healthcare has partnered with The Dinner Daily to help address the “What’s for Dinner?” dilemma!

We are providing a free membership to The Dinner Daily, a meal-planning program that makes healthy dinners easy and affordable by providing personalized weekly dinner menus based on your food preferences, dietary needs and weekly specials at your grocery store. Each week, you’ll receive your personalized weeknight meal plans online, complete with organized grocery lists and links to online coupons.

Choose your menu and send your grocery list right to Stop & Shop for delivery for store pick up with one, single click.

Both Rachael Ray Every Day and Working Mother Magazine have recognized The Dinner Daily as a valuable and affordable solution for getting a healthy and easy dinner on the table each night.

For more information on The Daily Dinner, contact Darijan Suton, Employee Wellness program manager, at dsuton@capecodhealth.org.

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