Amazon might soon earn a spot on the list of the best food delivery services. The online retailer has teamed up with Tyson Foods for the launch of a new meal delivery service called Tyson Taste Makers, Business Insider reports. The announcement comes following the brand's successful foray into food, with its line of groceries called Amazon Fresh. Like similar leading food delivery services such as Blue Apron, Taste Makers will deliver ready-to-cook ingredients directly to your doorstep. Specifically, the new service will specialize in preparing premium proteins to help sharpen your culinary skills without making you do all the work.
In a conference earlier this year, Tyson Foods CEO Donald Smith described the subscription service as a crash course in cooking for foodies. "We'll teach them about the cuts of meat and where they come from. We'll help precut, trim, dry age, smoke, marinate, and do the prep so all they have to do is cook it. And then we'll inspire them to explore and cook with ingredients that they may have never used before," he said.
Details on the chefs tapped for inspiration for the service are not yet known, but busy home cooks and fans of Amazon Dash and Fresh should get their cutlery and credit cards ready to sign up for the service when it officially launches this Fall.