Working Mom Woes

5 Food Shopping Websites That Busy Moms Will Love

As a mom who works outside the home, I often outsource and  rely on delivery services for a lot of things– food shopping is no exception. There are more and more food shopping delivery services nowadays and I wanted to share some new ones I’ve found! Check out these five food shopping websites that will help all busy moms!

5 Food Shopping Websites  busy Moms Will Love

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  1.   Amazon Prime I absolutely love Amazon Prime. It’s a life saver for so many things, from diapers to formula, and pretty much anything you can think of… but did you know that you can also order some food/pantry products? It’s true! If you’re not familiar with Amazon Prime, it works like this: For a yearly fee, you get free two day shipping on qualifying purchases via Amazon. Absolutely worth the yearly cost of $99. If you’re a student, it is $49!
  2. Instacart: Instacart allows you to purchase your groceries from nearby markets and you can get your order in an hour or two! In my area, you can order from Costco and Keyfood, to see participating markets in your area, all you have to do is enter your zip code. Attention: the first delivery is free, after that there is a $3.99 fee for delivery in two hours and $5.99 for delivery in an hour when you spend $35 or more. They also have something called “Instacart Express” which is a membership service, where you pay $99 for a year and get free 2 hour delivery for a year. There’s a 14-day free trial.
  3. VineMarketScreen Shot 2014-12-28 at 2.27.23 PM: A great online store to find organic, gluten-free and other healthy products. VineMarket is part of The Diapers.com family, so you can also order from soap.com, wag.com and more. Right now they have a special 20% off the first order and 10% off for two months.
  4. fd_logo_onFresh Direct: A list of sites that make working moms’ lives easier wouldn’t be complete with Fresh Direct! Their products are indeed fresh, they deliver to your door (even if you live in a five story walk-up!) and they have great ready to cook products! I recommend trying the frozen baguettes they are so delicious!
  5. Boxed:Screen Shot 2014-12-28 at 2.31.09 PM Boxed offers big sizes delivered to your door! If you don’t have a car or a store like Costco or Sam’s Club nearby, this might be worth checking out. (Just remember you have to have enough space to store everything!) Free shipping on your first order.

 

What food shopping services exist in your area? Which ones do you love? Share them below! 

Diana Limongi
welcome! I'm a Latina working mom from Astoria, NY, mom to a trilingual four-year old. I blog about motherhood, Latino issues, women's issues, work/life balance, food, parenting and raising my multilingual and multicultural son!

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