Sorry but no.
But you can buy the exact same program at your local grocery store for less.
They're called Lean Cuisine...I think the packaging has more nutritional value though.
Just meat and potatoes and a vegatable is required. (try cooking in bulk more and refrigerating or freezing one or two meals every week)
Cheap and better for you.
Cookies in moderation you get sugar in everything these days.
If you like these stock up when on sale.
When I worked for Goodwill we accepted food donations and we'd get Nutrisystem donations so be advised.
Apparently so. A lot of these items, like ice cream, isn't frozen and such.
The mail service doesn't take stamps.
Walmart now offers 5-day Nutrisystem kits that include 15 meals (5 breakfasts, lunches, and dinners) and 5 deserts. This kit can be purchased with food stamps at ~$45. There are Walmart coupons currently available for $5 off the product price.
The Goverment does allow you to buy these Items. Look it up.
Some of the most recently bought items from the SNAP food stamp program include everyday food and groceries (that are not hot meals or “ready to eat”), baby formula, water, fresh produce, dairy products, eggs, weight loss products such as Nutrisystem, Dynatrim, Slim Fast, Cambridge Diet, and other standard grocery type items. So all of these items are in effect free as they are covered by the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.