I know you’ve heard that old expression, “You are what you eat.” So, with so many people suffering so many aches and pains, I gotta ask. What in the world are you eating?
Yes, what causes all the chronic pain, if you are what you eat?
According to some recent studies, supposedly more people are “more aware of the link between eating habits and chronic disease.” But the studies show there are too many people saying they have “busy schedules and a lack of grocery options.”
Well, if that sounds like you, not to worry. Because I found you some healthy options. OK, I actually found a web page that found some healthy options. But I’m the one who’s sharing them with YOU. And I don’t make any promises for who’s still in business or not. So, here you go:
If you prefer organic or all-natural produce, this could be a great source for you. And you can set up a subscription for weekly or bi-weekly deliveries. Plus, they add “recipes that feature the week’s produce.” If you’re interested, they deliver nationwide. And they ice packs to help keep food fresh.
Individuals can also customize their delivery schedules and cancel at any time.
Next is Hungry Harvest.
The started out delivering what they called “ugly foods and rescued staples.” And they had customers along the Eastern seaboard, in the Detroit metro area, and parts of North Carolina. One of the company goals is to help fight food waste and hunger.
According to their website, you can select the size box you want. And then you can choose “organic or conventional products, and customize your delivery with rescued staples.”
OK, here’s an interesting name: Imperfect Foods
They deliver throughout the Midwest, in much of the Northeast, and all along the West coast. They specialize in “rejected grocery store food that is still good to eat. And their produce includes “staples, such as carrots, and more unusual items, such as romanesco.”
They also offer “meat, seafood, dairy products, snacks, and plant-based products.” You can choose between organic and conventional produce. And you can even “specify your dietary preferences or requirements.” With a subscription you can receive weekly deliveries. And you can change your order preferences. Your subscription continues until you opt out.
They say they’re a “produce delivery service that offers affordable foods by using certified organic, non-GMO modified fruit and vegetables that grocery stores might consider unsuitable.”
And they offer “dry goods, staples, snacks, coffee, tea, oils, sweets, herbs, and spices.” You can get a weekly or bi-weekly subscription with a shipment size and delivery date you prefer. Plus, they deliver to “almost every zip code.” But if yours isn’t included, you can add your name and zip code to their waitlist.
And the last option I have for you is The Fruit Guys.
They deliver across the continental United States. And according to what I read, they work with “more than 200 small farms across the country.” There are weekly and bi-weekly subscriptions available for individuals, families, and businesses. Or even one-time food shipments.
You can get a mix of seasonal fruit and vegetables based on where you live. And they offer “nutritious snacks, fruit, and tea gift boxes.”
OK, there are your food source recommendations. And as I looked ’em over I thought about how much work went into setting up their individual systems. Each company probably went through trial and error times. And each company ended up with a System to help them RUN as efficiently as possible.
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