I'll drive to find good veggies and pick the ones that I want. Just ask the guy working produce to go back and get them out of the cold storage and they bring a great selection out -- pick the best out of the cases of greens. Who knows what junk they will try to sell you ordering perishables online, even walking in I see a lot of rotten and yellowed greens.
Post by SurvivorSteph on Jun 27, 2004 12:54:43 GMT -8
I can relate to wanting to pick them out myself. The reason I started this post is because I'm toying with the idea of starting such a business. As an ig owner who lives in California, I have access to great greens all through the year. I know that other areas don't.
If our small corner of the iguana world is any indication of the larger iguana world, I'm glad I didn't jump in with both feet!
Hey Steph. I voted no. I can relate to just about everything everyone has said so far. In the summer, there's a Farmers Market that sells fresh, fresh food. And the supermarkets (Meiers, Krogers, and Farmer Jacks) always seem to have plenty of stock and fresh greens and vegetables too. Plus the idea of picking my own for the cream of the crop is very desirable.
Post by prism_wolf on Jul 10, 2004 19:32:03 GMT -8
I also voted no... for all the afore-mentioned reasons...BUT...I would like to say that IF the online source was reputable and geared towards quality and cost...I would consider it if winter greens were real sucky here in the stix.