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There is nothing more refreshing than a piece of fresh fruit. I love eating fresh fruit and sharing it with my kids. But, here in Pennsylvania, fresh fruit isn’t so easy to come by in the middle of winter. And, what we do have access to is imported from who-knows-where and costs more than I’m often willing to pay.
Recently, I was introduced to GrubMarket. GrubMarket is an easy-to-use online marketplace for local food in fresh quality with affordable prices. Their mission is to conveniently make fresh & healthy food accessible to everyone. It’s an online farmers’ market!!!
- Unbeatable prices: While many food delivery services and premium grocers cater to high-income earners, GrubMarket is committed to making fresh and delicious food accessible to all people by keeping their prices consistently lower than all comparable grocers.
- Convenience: Through their reliable operations, GrubMarket is committed to providing people in food deserts (ie. areas without farmers’ markets and fresh grocery stores) with access to high-quality, freshly-harvested items that they would typically find at a farmers’ market or Whole Foods store. Additionally, they offer free delivery across the U.S. for all orders above $59.
- Food Discovery: GrubMarket provides a platform for their partnering small farms and vendors to sell their items directly to customers. Many of these food producers have challenges getting shelf space at grocery stores, and/or may not want to pay the upfront costs of hosting farmers’ market tables. GrubMarket gives these food producers access to tens of thousands of customers through a robust online marketplace, regardless of the food producers’ production scale.
Heidi Says . . .
Our GrubMarket box arrived on a day and time when all 3 of my kids were home and gathered around to see what was inside. Fresh fruit is a commodity and they couldn’t wait to see what kinds we had in our box.
As you can see, everything was very nicely packaged. We had to dig through layers to unpack all the fruit that was inside!
I was so excited to see what a variety of fruit that we had, so I decided to make a fruit salad. That gave me a good excuse to cut up LOTS of the fruit. This orange was interesting.
I’m not sure what it’s called, but it had a very sweet flavor. The finished fruit salad wasn’t very colorful, but it sure was delicious. And it lasted several days, so we were able to enjoy the fruit for quite awhile!
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