Food always tastes better when you give it more time. And thanks to Good Eggs, an online food market with local and sustainable eats, you can now skip sorting through bruised apples and spend more time before and at the dinner table (or try that one-hour recipe you’ve been eyeing). Read on and discover the magic of Good Eggs and how it’s a life saver for busy parents. Who knows–you might just fall in love with grocery shopping again.
Say Hello to Good Eggs & It’s Egg-cellent Service
As a parent, keeping track of the fine print on food labels can be harder than managing your child’s after school schedule. Is the food local? Sustainable? How about organic, gluten-free, in season and ready to eat? With Good Eggs, those answers are thankfully in-your-face. Parents on a time-crunch can easily search for foods with the guarantee that everything they order is of the highest quality. The produce from this online marketplace is also, on average, nine days fresher than your neighborhood store.
While 84% of the products come from local farms and food makers, Good Eggs also carries bigger brands. Need your San-J low-sodium soy sauce, low-fat Straus dairy and ready-made soup? You got it with Good Eggs. They even have a whole section categorized under “Kids” chock full of food like yogurt cups, cheeses and deli meats to keep your tots far from the “hangry” stage.
Families who are fans of CSA farm boxes or weekly deliveries can also order something similar through Good Eggs. Good Eggs offers both with much more flexibility. Try a farm box once every three months or change up your weekly grocery staples (and skip when you need to) every now and then to fit your kids’ sporadic eating habits. They’ll never use the excuse “we always eat that” to avoid breakfast again.
How It Works
When it’s this easy to try new peak-season eats, you’ll be adding items to your basket like it’s a Black Friday sale. Order through the Good Eggs website or the app and check out your basket anytime, anywhere. Browse foods by categories like produce, dairy, meats, snacks, drinks or shop by recipes.
For next-day grocery delivery, add what you need or want to your basket by 10 p.m each day. There is a $30 minimum per order (free delivery on orders of $60 or more) and their online staff of real people is ready to answer any questions you may have.
If you’re a fan of convenience, supporting your local community, and fresh and delicious eats, say hello to Good Eggs. Visit GoodEggs.com to get your family started on their new and exciting food journey. New customers will also receive a FREE trio of avocados with their first order. You can bet those avocados will be delicious, fresh and from a farm nearby. What a great time to be a Bay Area family.
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