Simplicity is key for 2013, and to make things even easier more and more moms are purchasing groceries online that gets delivered right to their door! Peapod is one of those services where you can locate fresh meats, national brands, produce, natural and organic items, prepared meals, baby products and health care items.
The beauty of the site is that Peapod compares prices to your local grocery stores with the ability to save by shopping their sale items or using the sort tool where you can look up prices by the unit. You can also track your totals as you spend and use coupons to save big!
As someone who has never shopped for grocers online before, I was curious about how food remains fresh during transit. On Peapod the food is carefully packed into special temperature-controlled containers designed to keep produce fresh, refrigerated products cold and frozen products frozen. It is also really easy to get started. Simply enter your zip code to see if they deliver in your area, and then you can start shopping sale items, search for specific items, browse the aisles or look for food via the Express Shop tab. It is really simple to find the high-quality and delicious food for your family without ever leaving your house. Here is to more home-cooking and simplicity in 2013 thanks to Peapod.
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