Farmstead

Better groceries for busy people, delivered in 60 mins.

5.0/5
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Farmstead offers 1-hr groceries, delivering the essentials without dealing with parking and lines.

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21 Reviews5.0/5

had an amazing experience on a recent visit to sf. we decided to have a group dinner, so ordered grocery delivery from ubereats. they delivered our groceries within 30 minutes and it was very high quality.

Pros:

high quality produce, fast delivery, recurring delivery

Cons:

not launched in nyc

hopefully NYC soon!

I'm lucky to have gotten in on Farmstead during their beta, and have been a happy customer for over a year. It was a lifesaver in the late stages of pregnancy when I couldn't waddle to the store, the first few months of handling a newborn, and even now with a toddler who consumes a ridiculous amount of milk. Milk is heavy. I hate carrying heavy groceries. Farmstead solves this problem and also handles my bottle returns. Genius!!

I have my staples set up as recurring deliveries so I never have to think about ordering eggs or milk. And they do something magical with their broccoli. It's the best I've had.

Pros:

Convenient, fast, set it and forget it!

Cons:

More SKUs please, and a dedicated mobile app!

I'm excited about having this in my life. Nicely done and thank you!

Pros:

Great model, great products - overall awesome!

Cons:

none comes to mind

- super easy, get the staple foods delivered without a huge cost

- love the uber eats integration

Pros:

Super Convienent

Cons:

Nothing!

Have been using Farmstead since they launched in SF and it's totally replaced the rest of the grocery delivery services for us.

Pros:

Great selection of goods, fast delivery, good prices.

Cons:

Products can sell out near the end of the day - gotta make sure I get my orders in early.

If I did more cooking, I'd be ordering from them 2-3x a week.

Pros:

Attention to detail by the team and super responsive on comm's.

Cons:

Current delivery areas for other friends but just a matter of time(!) as they continue to expand

Where does the produce come from and how much are delivery fees?

Pros:

Love the convenience and idea of it all!

Cons:

No delivery to L.A. I wish I was still able to browse site even though my location is not available (& w/out having to enter my email).