Healthy Food Delivery Services3 Ways to Get Healthy, Fresh Food Delivered

One of the most important things you can do for yourself as well as your loved ones is to eat healthy, fresh food. However, this is not always the simplest task as accessibility and ease are key variables.

Grocery shopping, a high frequency task, can be quite an undertaking, from driving to and from the grocery store, walking aisle to aisle, lifting and placing food in a grocery cart, and carrying heavy groceries to and from a car. Additionally, distance, time and availability are other factors that come into play when shopping for the best food selection.

Thankfully, there are alternatives to standard grocery shopping that can increase accessibility to healthy, fresh food, eliminate unneeded stress for your loved ones, and provide you with a huge sense of relief. Check out these three popular options:

1. CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture)

CSAs allow communities to buy “shares” of local, seasonal food directly from nearby farms. Most CSAs offer weekly subscriptions in which a local box of seasonal food can be purchased at a drop off location or even better, delivered to your doorstep.  

To find your loved one’s local CSA along with their food and delivery options, visit

2. Organic and Local Delivery Services

There are numerous types of organic and local delivery services across the nation that partner with local farms and organic producers to ensure communities have access to fresh, clean food. These services may also offer other healthy food options such as juicing boxes, meal kits, prepared foods, etc.

To learn more about local delivery services and find one that serves your area, please read our blog post.

3. Instacart

Just like its name promises, Instacart is a mobile app focused on instantly delivering grocery cart items from Whole Foods and other stores. This grocery delivery service offers your loved one ease and efficiency by connecting them with a personal shopper who will shop on their behalf and deliver their food to them in less than an hour!

To learn more, visit the Instacart website.

These three options can improve your loved one’s diet and lifestyle by giving them access to healthy, nourishing foods while reducing stress and anxiety from burdensome trips to the grocery store. Additionally, they can use their extra free time to focus on other health-promoting areas of their life.

Natalie Drugan is a nutrition and lifestyle health coach. Natalie is dedicated to helping others make healthy choices centered on clean food, toxic-free environments and happy living. Natalie received her nutrition health coaching certification from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in NYC, the world’s largest nutrition school. As a Certified Nutrition Health Coach, she studied over 100 dietary theories and learned from world-renowned experts and doctors including Andrew Weil, MD, Walter Willet, MD, Mark Hyman, MD and Deepak Chopra, MD. Natalie is board certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners (AADP). Additionally, Natalie received her BBA in Marketing from Texas A&M University.


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