But what happens when you take the direct aspect out of farmer's market shopping? After all, doesn't that veer away from the whole point? Imagine a stranger delivering grocery bags overflowing with fresh produce to your doorstep.
Essentially, that's what Good Eggs is doing. It's an online farmer's market. I mean, everything else is available on the Internet, so why not? The service is currently available in Brooklyn, San Francisco, New Orleans and Los Angeles, but has plans of a national takeover.
The benefits: you can ensure the produce, baked goods, meats, snacks or whatever else you purchase will be available. Also, for consumers, it's an easy way to adopt healthier, more eco-conscious habits into any lifestyle. But for chefs and operators, we can't help but wonder: though this will save time, how will this affect the creative process of putting dishes together? Will there be more limitations or less? Read More