Have you heard about incompetent market? They are an online grocery dedicated to making affordable, sustainable and high-quality food affordable while reducing food waste.
You know when you go to the grocery store and look like all sorts of apples, oranges, and cucumbers exactly The same? incompetent market Sourcing high-quality organic fruits and vegetables that’s too big, too small, or just kind of fun. They also take products that are in excess, along with snacks, staples, and cooking essentials. Misfits Market also supplies high-quality meat, seafood, and plant-based proteins directly from suppliers. They even carry recycled treats made with ingredients that would otherwise go to waste, like cutting an edge from granola bars and cookies. (How cool is that?)
The other part of Misfit Market’s mission? To provide affordable access to healthy food. When food is organic and responsibly sourced, it can be really expensive — but Misfits Market products cost up to 40% less than grocery store prices. They are able to provide fresh, high quality food at a value because they have direct relationships with farmers and food brands (therefore, food does not go through middlemen or get stuck in storage).
Try Misfits Market here, if you like. We’re starting to get crates and really love them. We are also able to discover new things. (We recently tried the wildflower honey and it was very good.) Membership is completely free, and delivered to many areas, right to your door. When it launches in new states, it aims to serve every ZIP code, no matter how urban or rural the area is — or what the average income per household is.
Thank you very much!
(Photography and design by Veronica Olson for a cup of joe. This post is sponsored by incompetent marketIt’s a brand we love. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Cup of Jo.)