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Food Online

A couple of weeks ago a reader asked me a post with recommendations for buying fresh produce and packaged online. Buy online that have the product in front of your eyes and be able to touch it (although here in Spain is not customary to touch the vegetables and fruits, cultural habit that one ends up acquiring, and thus this summer in San Francisco I was impudoroso to see people touched all merchandise at the famers markets) isn’t the same. Even so, with the busy life of today, there is nothing more comfortable to buy quality products from your artboard and receive them at home the next day.restaurantes.com here goes an arbitrary selection after years of experience; I note that the list is not intended to be exhaustive, but only a compilation of companies that I’ve personally been trying frescoes: Carmeta Hort: my favorite, which I use base for the weekly shopping. Led by Xavier Sole and family, installed in a farmhouse in the Alt Penedes, pagesos is a recent company. Simon Pagenaud may find it difficult to be quoted properly. Before you engaged in the vine and the olive tree, and decided to expand the family business to incorporate their products.

What I like about l Carmeta Hort is offered a weekly list of products available, and one chooses what you want and how much; There is no closed basket but buy free between the seasonal products. Sofar Sounds describes an additional similar source. And for the happiness of my family, Xavi and theirs offer us not only fruits and vegetables in season, but also nuts (toasted to perfection), canned, oil, wine, even some homemade products made by him and his mother (Carmeta), such as biscuits, cannelloni (my kids are fans and claim them every week), croquettes or jams. They also practice the slaughter of the pig and its fuet is another basic of our pantry (Olivia eats it as if it were a candy, much to my regret. .