During these times when social distancing is of upmost importance, many grocery delivery businesses have risen to fulfill the needs of customers. These delivery services make shopping and obtaining groceries safe and convenient as possible. We’ve put together a list of services that we’ve tried ourselves, highlighting what makes each service unique.
Mr. Meat Guy and Stuff
Highlights: A lot of different frozen and fresh selections available as well as more unique items such as Wagyu and live mussels.
Mr. Meat Guy and Stuff provides Bay wide groceries delivery with the best selection of meats and snacks. They partner with many local farms and products to bring you better quality than you can find at any supermarket for the same or better price- all delivered to your door! Everything is delivered under refrigeration, and is contactless, safe and secure.
Highlights: Buy in bulk at cheap prices, easy contactless pickup at 9 different locations in the Bay Area
Cheetah is a wholesale food & supply app. They have pivoted from providing wholesale food and supplies to restaurants to now using their fleet of 100 refrigerated trucks to serve as mobile fulfillment centers so households can easily access groceries! They currently have 9 pick-up locations in the Bay Area and and more are to come! Cheetah is one of the safest ways to get groceries and supplies and their pricing is stellar. All you have to do is download the app, fill up your shopping cart and choose a pick-up location/day. When you are ready to pick up their staff will load the items into your trunk so you don’t ever have to leave the car.
Highlights: Buy from multiple Bay Area restaurants in one order, plus great grocery prices
Feastin delivers ready to eat meals, meal kits and groceries all over the Bay Area. They support local food makers on their platform by not charging them any fees so their businesses can thrive. Groceries are available at amazing prices like 87 cents for a dozen eggs!
We love that we can get dishes from a few of our our favorite restaurants at the same time. Some of our favorite things to order are Ramen from Angry Ramen and Beef Noodle Soup from Mama Liang’s.
Farmers on Wheels
Highlights: Fruits and veggies in bulk, exotic and organic produce available as well as boxes tailored to cultural preference
Farmer on Wheels is a small family owned and operated business that offers farm fresh produce boxes and delivery services serving the greater Bay Area. Local deliveries are made within 1-2 business days. They source their produce locally from farms in our area, and exclusively from their international partners for their exotic fruits. Their boxes are sold at wholesale prices with new boxes and items added according to seasonal freshness.
Highlights: Quick turnaround (next day free local delivery with $50 purchase), Rewards program, daily sale items
Buffalo Market is a one stop shop for your grocery delivery needs. They source their products from small, local suppliers- farmers, butchers, bakers, fishermen. Every morning they pick up only as much products as was ordered the previous day which keeps food wastes to a minimum and allows everything delivered to be fresh.
Raw Foods and Goods
Highlights: All organic produce and fruit, same day delivery available
Raw Foods and Goods is a Women Owned Small Business serving the Bay Area. They offer All-Organic Same-day Doorstep Delivery (no contact) when you order by 9am. Amazing Seasonal Variety packs (that change weekly) as well as a la carte options are available.
Bay Area Delivery (within 35 mile radius of San Ramon).
Highlights: Large selection, carry many name brands, can select groceries based on recipes, and subscribe to household staples
We haven’t been out to brunch in so long, but we’re not mad about it. We’re getting all our favorite groceries delivered each week, and having fun making our own! Jupiter makes meal planning each week super easy. It’s a grocery delivery service and meal planning tool all in one! They help build a grocery list every week that is easy to edit and send you helpful reminders. If you need some help in the meal planning department you can even shop by recipe and easily add all of the ingredients to your cart! You get the convenience of a meal kit, without the $$.
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The Town Kitchen
Highlights: Employs and trains underserved youth
Grocery shopping for our essentials online and supporting a great cause!
The Town Kitchen typically does corporate catering & delivery but has pivoted to delivering household essentials, groceries and re-heatable family meals to the greater Bay Area so they can continue to employ and empower their hourly staff of 45 underserved youth. The Town Kitchen is a B Corp and their mission is around providing fair-wage jobs and job training programs for their employees.
With every $100 spent with The Town Kitchen Provisions, you are creating 3 hours of employment and apprenticeship for underserved youth in the Bay Area.
Save 10% off your purchase with code: bayareabuzz10
Urban Edge Farm
Highlights: Local family owned farm with organic produce
Urban Edge Farm is a 34-acre, certified-organic farm located in Brentwood, one of the most productive agricultural areas in the world. They are an organic and regenerative farm that cares about the health of people and our environment when it comes to farming. It’s a family business that is ran mostly by women .
They are now offering CSA Farm box home deliveries. Everything in the Farm Box is seeded, cared for and harvested by hand by The Urban Edge Farm. Delivery counties include Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, and Santa Clara.
Cream Co Meats
Highlights: quality meat from sustainable, regenerative and family-owned farms.
Cream Co Meats is the only all-natural USDA butchery in the inner Bay Area and partner with sustainable and regenerative ranches across California. They are a whole animal butchery that pride themselves in a transparent supply chain. They work with some of our favorite restaurants such as State Bird, NOPA, True Laurel and Shake Shack.