What are Personal Grocer Services?

As I mentioned in my New Year’s post (below), one of the services I offer is called “Personal Grocer.”  I’ve had some questions about what this service, as well as what my online meal planning service, entails. I’ll cover the meal planning service later in the week, and an announcement will be coming about another service in the near future.

For many people, grocery shopping is a daunting task. It requires a good deal of time that could be spent doing other things, often going back and forth between one end of the store and the other trying to find items, and can be pretty frustrating. Also, if you live in the Lynchburg area, it can be a bit limiting as to what items you can find easily.

Personal Grocer services mean you don’t have to worry about any of that. You simply come home to fresh groceries, either put away or ready for you to put away. And it works like this:

I shop weekly at local stores, and bi-weekly at Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, Foods of All Nations, and Integral Yoga. In the summer, this service also includes local farmer’s markets. You simply give me a list of items you’d like (and a “running list” of regular items can be made so that you can just add to it as needed), and I deliver them to you. You pay the cost of the groceries, plus a service fee. 

That’s it! There’s no contract, no item limit, no hassle. You can choose weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, or even as-needed service!  So, if you live in the Greater Lynchburg Area and would like more information, use the “Contact Me” link on the right side of the page and include your name and contact information.


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