Good Eggs is a new grocery delivery service that connects shoppers with local farmers and foodmakers. Each item on the site has photos, pricing and information about the vendor, with a link to their individual page displaying all their current offerings.
Customers can browse and order items from multiple vendors for home delivery or pickup from a nearby distribution point. For those in the Bay Area, Good Eggs will aggregate, pack and deliver goods to their door or they can pick them up free at lots of convenient locations.
People who live in Brooklyn or New Orleans can order local eats for pickup or delivery direct from the producers, and Good Eggs is coming to Los Angeles this summer.
Customers can order exactly what they want, view who grew or made the food and buy direct from them, and subscribe to items they buy regularly. Their goods are then picked and prepped to order. The locally-grown produce is picked riper and arrives tastier, guaranteeing freshness, and farmers reduce waste by knowing exactly how much to make. Good Eggs notes:
Whether it’s organic fruits and veggies, fresh bread, sustainably-caught fish, or handmade cheeses, we’ve got hundreds of options to fill your basket. When you shop for your groceries on Good Eggs, you’re buying directly from the farmers and foodmakers who make your food. Ordering ahead means they know exactly how much to harvest or make and when, so your food comes to you right from the field or the kitchen. And nothing’s sitting around as extra inventory, which cuts out unnecessary waste.