Stock up on the best Prime Day food deals 2023

Prime Day food deals from Orgain, photo provided by Orgain
Prime Day food deals from Orgain, photo provided by Orgain /

On July 11 and 12, Amazon shopping becomes a hot topic. While some people will be looking for kitchen essentials, electronics and other offerings, there are more options to fill that cart. Check out these best Prime Day food deals 2023.

Amazon has become the one-stop shop for many people’s purchases. While food delivery can be found across many apps, the reality is that saving money with every purchase is vital. When Prime Day rolls around, the food deals cannot be beat.


All that searching and clicking can build up an appetite. Luckily, Prime Members can get $15 off Grubhub orders of $25 or more. Use the code GRUBPRIME at checkout.

Also, Prime members are eligible for a one-year Grubhub+ membership trial. This service offering $0 delivery fees on eligible orders of $12.

Prime Day food deals from Orgain
Prime Day food deals from Orgain, photo provided by Orgain /


Many people appreciate that protein is part of their balanced eating plan. Orgain, considered the number one plant based protein powder brand in the U.S., is offering people a big discount to stock the pantry. The brand’s protein powders and ready-to-drink shakes are 30% off in its Amazon store.

Flavor options include protein powder flavors include Vanilla Bean and Strawberries and Cream. Other options are vegan protein bars as well as meal replacement choices.


Many people love the sweet flavor combinations from KIND. As part of Prime Day, KIND will be offering up to 25% off its best selling snacks. It is the perfect time to stock up for summer and back to school season.

Bean Box

The specialty coffee brand is known for its small-batch coffees. From single purchases to coffee subscriptions, there are many coffee gifts available in its store. For Prime Day, the entire Bean Box store is 20% off.

These items are just a small sampling of the best Prime Day food deals 2023. Be sure to search, scroll, and save on July 11 and 12.