Many parents simply have too much on their plate. Somewhere between work and homework—grocery shopping is something you just keep dropping from your list. Lucky for you, several Atlanta-based delivery services have cooked up a solution. Offering everything from gourmet dinner kits to locally-sourced organic produce, these services can provide all the ingredients for a healthy meal.
The folks at PeachDish attest that preparing and sharing a meal with people you love is the most universal way to connect. Each week, the PeachDish team develops a menu and mails members all of the fresh, pre-portioned ingredients and instructions needed to cook two dinners for two people for $50 a week. Their menus feature southern-infused and seasonal hits like “Morocco Meets the Mason Dixon Line” (crisp, roasted chickpeas, pan-seared sirloin, couscous and sweet green beans with warm tea & chocolate) and “Sophie’s Chicken” (light cream and mushroom sauce, egg noodles, herb roasted almonds & mason jar mousse). Put the kids down, pour yourself a glass, and serve up a sweet, stress-free date night sans the sitter.
This Atlanta-based online grocery store serves up organic produce sourced from their own Witt Road Farm as well as other local and regional growers. Baby and toddler section as well as a “Kid’s corner” stocked with brands like Earth’s Best, Amy’s Organics and EnviroKidz. Place your order by 8 p.m. and a refrigerated truck will deliver to your door the next day for a reasonable $4.95 delivery fee. Five bucks that is worth its weight in gold as a sanity saver for busy parents that want a fuss-free way for their family to eat farm to table.
Nature’s Garden Express
Nature’s Garden Express is an Atlanta-based Grocery Delivery service offering everything from free-range eggs, to grass-fed meats, artisan cheeses, almond butter and farm-fresh organic produce. You can opt for home delivery or pick up your box at a local co-op. Boxes are customized by size (based on how many members are in your family) and type (Fruit, Veggie, Mixed, or ‘Local Only’).
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