Real Food Blends meals are covered by a vast majority of private
and public health insurance plans (HCPCS B4149).

Follow these easy steps to
get your meals covered:


Get RX from your doctor.


Find a DME or contact your current one


DME bills insurance & ships meals to you

Insurance Coverage

Many private and public insurance plans DO cover Real Food Blends meals. To find out if your insurance will cover Real Food Blends, you can
(1) contact your current DME,
(2) reach out to one of the DMEs listed below or
(3) complete the form to the below & our experts will assist.

Find a DME in Your State

Select your state below to find a new DME in your area that supplies Real Food Blends:

Select your state to find your DME.

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What’s a DME?

Durable Medical Equipment (DME) companies hold contracts to bill insurances for medical equipment used at home, including tube-feeding formulas.  They coordinate and purchase medical supplies & equipment, bill your insurance and ship to your home.

If you are not a satisfied customer of your current DME, we have a list of great ones that would love to service your needs. Just select your state to get started.

First Name*

Last Name*

Your Email*

Best number at which you can be reached?*

What is the best time to reach you?*

Do you have Health Insurance?*

What is your Primary Health Insurance?*

What is your Secondary Health Insurance (if applicable)?

Insurance Card Policy Number (optional)

For faster results, please upload an image of the front and back of your insurance card. (optional)



Current Home Healthcare Company (optional)

What State do you reside in?*

Zip Code*

Once you have a written prescription** from your doctor, your DME will be able to assist if any other documentation is needed.

If you are told that your insurance has denied or if your DME doesn’t carry Real Food Blends, let us help! Please review our Denials page for more details or contact us at

** Even though Real Food Blends are not classified as a drug, it’s best to have your doctor write the orders on an official RX pad, with the number of RFB meals / units required each day or month.

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