When my first order from Imperfect Foods arrived, although I was a little skeptical, I couldn’t wait to see what was inside.
My First Impressions:
- The box was waaayyy heavier than I expected! I literally dragged it inside.
- The produce inside really seemed quite normal with the exception of an couple small oddly shaped sweet potatoes (which didn’t affect the quality at all).
- I received so much more food than I expected for an awesome price!
Here’s why I LOVE Imperfect Foods:
- Saves you $$$ | up to 30% grocery store prices
- Helps to eliminate food waste | All of the food I received would have otherwise been thrown away – what a waste when there are so many people without adequate nutrition in this world!!
- Totally customizable | You can choose organic or conventional produce based on your likes and dislikes. Want to switch it up next week? You’re able to make changes on a week to week basis.
- Delivered direct to your door each week in a cardboard box with as little plastic as possible.
- No contracts | I hate contracts so this was huge for me!
My Order Details:
- I ordered a medium box filled with all organic produce and products. Below is a screen shot of exactly what I ordered and the price breakdown.
I saved a lot more money than I initially thought – which was great! My only “con” would be that I am unable to order every single item I need each week, but it’s not a big deal to pick up a few things from the grocery store or order online from Fresh or Whole Foods. Overall, I would still rate it a 10/10 and will continue using the company for fresh, perfectly imperfect produce!
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