The Re-Rise Of Market Provisions
From baking staples like yeast and eggs to honey, CSAs and hot sauce, here’s a list that will keep you stocked with pantry essentials to help make staying home even easier.
The COVID-19 pandemic rocked our society in a way that we could never have imagined, along with harsh repercussions that left many business owners scrambling to adjust. A silver lining to the shutdown of businesses and farmers markets is the steady growth of collections of local produce, specialty products, and pantry items that are either delivered or picked up by customers around the county.
Not only do these curated boxes and prepared foods give people easier access to products without having to venture into public, but businesses have an alternative way of selling their goods.
They’ve got you covered with a decadent brunch box, frozen meal kits, $11 growlers of Modern Times Black House Stout, and grocery staples.
Nine curated local products with free shipping across the US.
Check out the Farmer’s Fridge for housemade goods like baked breads, pickles, and marmalades.
Get gluten-free baking mixes for crepes, cupcakes, and muffins.
Offering custom curated gift boxes; stay tuned for new market dinner offerings.
CSA, farm fresh eggs, sunflowers, and more on a first order basis.
Local produce, Zumbar coffee beans, prepared foods, charcuterie, and baked goods all from one convenient and thoughtful business.
With Edible Alchemy holiday boxes and cashew brie from Jule’s Foods to name a couple items, this pandemic start up is going strong with plant-based market offerings.
For all your cheese dreams, plus charcuterie, platters, and a deli.
Pizza, pasta, large plates, plus wine and cocktails to-go compliment a robust offering of weekly provisions.
Family meals include options for a whole roasted chicken or hanger steak for four, plus quiches, and groceries.