I recently worked with Spud.ca at a cancer fundraiser that I organized. They were really fantastic to work with and their produce fresh and yummy. I had been thinking about using this type of service for some time. This summer has been particularly busy and we have found it hard to regularly attend the local farmers' markets. We have a few choice veggies from own garden, but were missing the variety from the market. So a regular delivery of something like Spud's Fresh Harvest Box would be very helpful.
I have used an online grocery service in the past. In the 90s there was a service and I used them for larger items, as I lived in a 3 story walk-up. But this would be my first experience with a sustainable grocery delivery service.
So I am looking for advice. Has anyone ordered from Spud.ca? Should I start with the Fresh Harvest Box? Or is it better to start with smaller a la carte orders? I am particularly intrigued by their "my list" feature, which will allow me to create shopping lists from previously ordered items.
Any advice appreciated!