February 10, 2016

GrubMarket Giveaway


Yes, I did get a box. Yes, the fruit was delish! My only problem was Fed Ex left it on my porch in below 0 weather and most of it was frozen before we even got it. The nim nod didnt knock or let us know he delivered it! 
It was very well packed in recyclable material. No bruises or bumps! A big feat considering it came all the way to Maine from California!
About GrubMarket:
GrubMarket is all about providing accessibility, by delivering the following key benefits to their stakeholders:
  • 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. 

GrubMarket firmly believes that you, your family, and your friends should always have the opportunity to eat well, and that price should never be a barrier between you and healthy, delicious, and freshly-harvested food.  They are committed to providing you with the best grocery experience possible, by regularly offering you wholesome foods at wholesale prices.  
They work with a variety of farms and artisan producers to bring you high-quality foods and other items at prices that are up to 50% OFF what you'd typically find at Whole Foods and other grocers. 



19 comments:

  1. My favorite fruit is pineapple.

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  2. I follow on Twitter. @dereklauren

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  3. My favorite fruit is a cantaloupe love it in the morning and sliced with dinner, thank you for asking

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  4. My favorite fruit is strawberries. :)

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  5. I follow via email,,facebook,twitter,,youtube and pinterest vickiecouturier
    vlbelk(at)hotmail.com

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  7. I subscribe via email ( karengdelaney {at} yahoo (dot) com )

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  8. I love raspberries, but I like all fruit.

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  9. I follow your blog on Facebook.

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  10. My favorite fruit is strawberries.
    Thank you!

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  11. The fedex guy doesn't even knock.. just throws the package towards my door and is off, I know, I watched him one day. so irritating. I'm kinda partial to the dragon fruit. :) I used to work at a grocery store and the only way I could know all the fruit was to try it at least once. I just wish they weren't so expensive.

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