If you were just starting to think your diet of Sweetgreen and chia pudding was getting a little too healthy, don't worry. A local brand is here to ruin that.
While the meal kit industry is already inexplicably saturated, Boston Burger Company thought there was still room for one more. The chain, which has locations in Back Bay, Harvard and Davis Square, is launching BurgaBox in early September — a meal kit for each of their six signature burgers (or as they affectionately call them, “burgas”) that you can now make at home.
According to a release from the brand, BurgaBox is mean to be “the drunk uncle of the meal-kit-delivery industry,” and is for people who want to “eat like a like a boss, not a bitch.” Each box will include 8-ounce raw frozen burger patties with the ingredients to make the Hot Mess, the Mac Attack, the All American, the Vermonster, the Green Monstah or the Texan. They’ll also throw in a few signature sides, like mac and cheese, coleslaw and baked beans, depending on which variety you order. The boxes, which will ship throughout the U.S., can be purchased to serve two, four, eight or a whole party and will range from $45 to $110.