Food delivery services seem to be all the rage at the moment, but the quality of food you’ll get from those services remains, at times, questionable. It’d be nice to know where that food is coming from, right? And it’d be nicer if that food was coming from a local farm just 45-minutes away, huh?
Enter Taste of Redland, a new produce delivery service that will begin taking orders tomorrow, on June 5. The next-day delivery service has partnered with local growers in the farming town of Redland such as Unity Groves, Grove Services, Takoda Farmstead and TILT Farms in the hope of luring both amateur home chefs and Miami restaurants.
You can place orders over at tasteofredland.com. Options change with the seasons but freshness is a top priority. The service also comes with free, next-day shipping year-round and an initial special offering of five pounds of lychee for $35. You can make lychee pie and lychee martinis and throw your excess lychee at the feral cats who won’t stop pooping in your yard. Isn’t this fun already?
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