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So You Got a Bad Apple?

Not just an apple, but any produce that we send you that’s past ripe or a little questionable, we apologize. Let us explain how this happens.

While we definitely want to provide quality produce, since it’s all fresh, it’s hard to guarantee every single item is perfect. The more detailed we are at inspecting, the more times we have to touch your produce, and although we are a sanitary facility, we’d assume that the fewer hands on your produce the better. Part of what makes us different from other produce delivery services is the reduced amount of human contact your produce has in our facility, because each box is generally only packed by a handful of people (all of which are trained on how to do so in a sanitary way).

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The New Landscape of Food Delivery in 2020

In a global pandemic (and what is left of a “normal life” beyond that), it is important to realize the ways that are practical and necessary for your lifestyle to change.

While everyone is keen on the importance of masks (they are  important…wear one), it is also important to think about ways to avoid public places in ways that aren’t essential.

Food delivery has existed for a while now, and even grocery delivery is increasing in demand. Even so, the main reason people feel the need to venture into the crowded store is to get the healthier foods that aren’t as easily accessible.

Yes, you can have a Shipt delivery person pick out your apples and deliver them with your other groceries to you, but the produce they deliver to you is still the same germ-covered produce that was in the supermarket. 

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