The Best Way to Get Fresh Fruits & Veggies Delivered to Your Door!

I am normally not one to click on Facebook ads, but this one particular ad intrigued me. After reading the comments, I decided to give it a try.

And I’m glad I did.

Imperfect Foods is “Groceries on a Mission” — they are helping reduce food waste by offering items up to 30% less than national supermarket chains. There is nothing wrong with what they offer, it’s just not bright and shiny enough for your local supermarket. It’s just slightly “imperfect.”

How it works is simple:

–> Pick a starter option with select produce.
–> Shop for other staples, snacks, and other pantry items offered each week.
–> Wait for your delicious delivery!

While sheltering-at-home, we pretty much have what we need in our freezer, but fresh fruits and veggies go quickly, and it is certainly not appealing to go out to the store once a week anymore.

My first box arrived yesterday, and I was not disappointed.

Everything was boxed nicely in a padded box, with an ice pack.
This huge bunch of cilantro was right on top!

Apples, pears, celery, green onion, cantaloupe, broccoli, grapes, onions, and much more! We also got “a” carrot, which was so big they chopped it in four large pieces.

Before my delivery, I was able to choose what else I wanted from available fruits and vegetables to add to the basic box. Almonds from the pantry section also went into my box!

Because I was so pleased, I want to offer you $10 off your first box by clicking here. 

Once you join, you will get an email with instructions and a time window when you can go online and choose items to add to your basic box. There is also an option to receive regular or organic fruits and vegetables.

If you decide to give it a try, I would greatly appreciate it if you use my code. If you do, you will get $10 off your first box! 

After you receive your box, I think you’ll be so delighted, you will want to share Imperfect Foods too, and get rewarded for it!

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