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Home Grocery Delivery and the Environment

By Christopher Stewart | May 6, 2013

grocery, produce, food, delivery

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With the advanced continuation of modern technology and the boom of more and more businesses offering home delivery services for convience, its really nothing that you can’t get sent to your home. Everything from clothes, appliances, and even supplies for your pet, the need to go out and shop has now been narrowed down to three clicks for overnight shipping. Specialty and artisan foods have been available online for years and you can order your favorite savory or sweet imports and have them just in time for your dinner party Saturday night. But what if you can order every fresh ingredient you can find in the grocery store and have it delivered right to your door?  This option may become a way of life, according to an article post on The Salt, NPR‘s food blog.   Read More


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