Three bloggers recently discovered the benefits of FreshDirect, which provides home delivery of peak-season fruit & vegetables, ultra-fresh milk, top-quality meat, chef-prepared meals, heavy cases of beverages and your favorite household and personal care items. Click on each post below to read more and enter to win a $100 gift card!
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"I finally took the plunge and signed up for FreshDirect, after hearing good things from friends who use it religiously. I’ve been using it every week since. And one of the major reasons, other than saving me backaches, is that it seems designed to suit the schedules and tastes of busy city dwellers....more
"I want to buy local as much as I can, but I also need diverse produce and beautiful proteins from a source I can trust. Convenience is also more of a factor than it has ever been before. Ever try strapping an eight-legged mountain lion into a car seat in the freezing rain? That is what it’s like these days with a one-year-old who thinks her car seat is a tool of oppression. I need to make one stop, or, even better, no stops....more
You know how when you are shopping at your grocery store and all of the produce looks absolutely amazing, so you fill up your grocery cart with all sorts of goodies? Then, you get home and the produce you thought looked the best you've ever seen isn't nearly as appetizing at first bite? I've struggled with this issue for years. I never knew if my fruits and vegetables were at their peak of seasonal freshness, especially if they were coming from different parts of the world. It wasn't like I could take a bite of the apple or slice open the melon to taste them for freshness....more