By Boris Mann on April 14, 2004 - 4:49pm
I've been using Spud since the beginning of February, and it is great.
You can configure a "standing order" that varies through weeks 1 - 4 (so you get granola once a month, or tofu every other week, etc.)
We have a $15 produce box which is auto-picked every week, then you can swap out stuff you don't like (and add as much as you want -- the $15 is just a target to auto-generate). This seems to be enough for 2 people.
Very good breads as well, plus things like "Soup of the week" are quite good -- we tend to get that every other week, and it's about $5 for 4 servings of yummy soup.
So, we get the basics through Spud, so we always have things like milk, butter, eggs, and some basic veggies. And also eco-friendly soaps and cleaning supplies. Then it's easy to just fill out with a few veggies or meats here and there as needed.
Being me, I have to say the web interface is just OK. But it works, and everything gets auto-debited from your bank account. Here's a picture of my delivery from today:
In the interests of fairness, there are apparently two other services (found through Google). I haven't used either one.