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  # 1056342 30-May-2014 08:36
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Geektastic:
gundar: Yummy goodness. The quality is good, the fruit are awesome. It's about $20-25 worth of supermarket stuff for $33, better quality, friendly delivery and on time.

The box can be left out for reuse and the box includes a recipe - which happens to have most of the ingredients for.

I'll leave the subscription running for now.


Did they leave the meat out deliberately? That looks dangerously green. Green is bad.


I'm sure green meat is worse.

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  # 1059785 5-Jun-2014 13:17
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I've not used it in NZ but did buy online groceries in the UK for a few years and loved it.

Once you had your favorites set up it was so quick to do a shop, just add your favorites, tweak the quantities, quick search for anything extra and quick look through the specials and then submit order all in less than 15 min. They used to let you book a 1/2hr delivery window up until about 8pm at night.

The only problem was what they would do if an item was out of stock when they went to do the order picking. The options were replace with a like product or remove that item from the order.
Neither option was really ideal since the 'like' products were often their own brand products or more expensive and if they removed the item then you were left still needing stuff.

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