If you like fruits and vegetables, you should try Bountiful Baskets. You can get enough produce to last a week for a family. It’s only $15. The reason it is so cheap is because it is volunteer run and there is only one delivery each week.
It’s important to eat fruits and vegetables in order to get your fiber, vitamins, and minerals. They are water based and help you lose weight by filling you up with no-calorie water and fiber.
There are so many phyto-nutrients and phyto-chemicals in produce that are good for you that haven’t even been discovered yet. By including in your diet more produce that has the colors of the rainbow, you can prevent and reverse cancer.
Bountiful Baskets delivers to many areas in various states. It’s a lot cheaper than the store and fresher too. If you want to upgrade to an organic basket, it’s an extra $10 and you get a little bit less amount.
They also have 100% whole grain bread that is about $2 a loaf. The bread has discernible natural ingredients. There are no preservatives, so you should freeze it unless you plan on using each loaf real soon.
Today, we got watermelon, cantaloupe, peaches, pears, bananas, and apples for the fruit basket. There were artichokes, yellow bell peppers, tomatoes, spinach, romaine lettuce and onions for the vegetable basket. If you volunteer to help, you get your basket sooner and don’t have to stand in line.
I like the variety, savings, social atmosphere, and freshness of getting produce from Bountiful Baskets. Here’s a picture of what another week’s basket looked like. It’s different every week depending on the season and good deals.