Here’s a question you hate to be asked, how many servings of fruits and vegetables do you eat in a day? I know I personally don’t eat the right amount. Anyways, do what I say and not what I do! Fruits and vegetables are rich in so many vitamins and nutrients that help you live a healthy life. For instances fruits and vegetables help lower the risk of:
- Cardiovascular disease
- Type 2 diabetes
- Certain cancers
- Coronary heart disease
So I cannot emphasize enough how important it is to eat your fruits and vegetables. But I know that one of the biggest hassles is that you have to go out to the store and to buy them. Another problem is that people aren’t the greatest at picking the right fruits and vegetables.
So what if I told you that your two biggest problems have been solved. Doorstep Farmers, a local company in Pleasant Hill, California has created a simple but brilliant idea. Their company has partnered up with local organic farmers to create produce boxes that they deliver weekly with the freshest fruits and vegetables. So not only is your produce being delivered to your doorstep, you are also guaranteed to have the freshest produce!
Another great thing about these produce boxes is that they won’t put a big dent in your wallet! I know that money is always an issue when buying produce because sometimes it can be expensive. But Doorstep Farmers gives you a quiz to see how many fruits and vegetables you need delivered every week, which also helps you save money becauseÂ you aren’t over buying produce that might spoil and be thrown away.
Overall, I believe that this is a great company and I truly hope to see it continue growing!
Now it’s your turn readers, would you prefer your grocery’s delivered to your doorstep? Leave your comments below 🙂
Author: Luke Henry
Luke Henry is a Project Manager of Retail Next – a cloud-based POS solution for specialty grocers. He has over 10 years of experience in the grocery POS space and is committed to delivering solutions that enable independent grocers across the world to compete against the grocery conglomerates.