Now, more than ever, is the time for you to get your daily dose of greens to keep that immune system strong. We hope these vegetable delivery boxes in KL can help you out.
Have you been eating your veggies? We sure hope so. While grocery shopping can be a challenging affair right now and the online grocery schedules lined up all the way to May, rest assured that there are other avenues that you can explore: vegetable delivery boxes.
What are vegetable delivery boxes? There are two kinds: one is a surprise box where you’ll get the farm’s freshest seasonal produce, and the other is a box filled with vegetables curated by you. Whatever the choice you make, it’s an easy way to have fresh vegetables delivered to you directly from its source. It’s also a good way to support local farmers that have trouble sustaining themselves because restaurants are no longer in operation — a win-win situation.
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Most of your local cafes and restaurants have already begun using Cultiveat long before the MCO was enforced — myBurgerLab and Superfine are some of them. Now you can order your own lettuce and tomatoes from Cultiveat too. If you order before 12pm, you can even get your veggies delivered on the same day. Deliveries are made on a daily basis, so you know your greens are as fresh as they can get.
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If you’re thinking of splurging on some fine produce from both Cameron Highlands farms and those outside of Malaysia, Secai Marche offers that. We’ve seen Mexican Hass avocado, sweet potatoes from Japan, and more. Try out Secai Marche’s ‘Sanchoku Box’ that ranges from basic produce weighing two to five kilogrammes and also an organic produce box.
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Pre-Coronavirus days, Weeds and More used to grow top-notch produce to be supplied to KL’s finest hotels and restaurants. Ironically, we’re now in luck as we get to purchase these vegetables for our own kitchen. Try their organic vegetable boxes, available in 3, 6, and 12kg sizes filled with at least 10 varieties of vegetables. Place your order at least two to three days ahead, and keep in mind that they only deliver within the KL area. However, they do offer delivery services within the Klang Valley if you’re able to get a minimum of eight orders.
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What we love about Agrofresh is that you get to curate your order of vegetables. If you don’t know what you need, they’ve even settled that for you — you can purchase ready-to-eat salad kits, and bundles according to the dish you might want to cook. They deliver within the Klang Valley with a flat fee of RM8.
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Think of this as an extension to your ever-growing list of online grocery stores, except that Food Market Hub focuses more on fresh produce and meat. Other than Kuala Lumpur, they’re also slowly expanding to the rest of Malaysia for grocery delivery services including Melaka, Ipoh, and Penang. Enjoy next day delivery of your groceries — now you don’t have to queue for too long at the supermarkets.
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