Homegrown Goods launches new local grocery delivery service

by | May 23, 2020

The team behind local Homegrown Sustainable Sandwiches has launched a new grocery delivery service debuting May 30th: Homegrown Goods. The first zip codes for home delivery will include some of Greenwood, Phinney Ridge, and Fremont. Born during the current pandemic to offer easier and safe access to local food, this new grocery service is here to stay as it expands into more and more Seattle neighborhoods in the coming months.

The service will feature some favorite local products from nearby farmers, butchers and makers delivered directly to your door safely and on time. Some initial local vendors include Ecolibrium Farm, Coro by Salumi, Beecher’s Handmade Cheese, Macrina Bakery, Molly’s sandwiches and salads, Ranger free-range chicken and more. As with Homegrown sandwiches, founder Brad Gillis is passionate about the local connection to food and helping to support the local food system with his new venture.

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