I eat out all the time. And it’s not because I’m lazy to cook, but because I am lazy to get groceries. I was never good at looking at fruits, vegetables, meat, and poultry. I don’t know how to distinguish which are fresh and which are not. I knew I needed help on that area, and so discovering Crate.ph is heaven sent.
Crate.ph aims to provide homes with fresh and organic produce that are directly sourced from local farmers. They are an end-to-end solution that helps local farmers earn more by eliminating unnecessary middle men and distributors for getting their products out. Aside from that, you don’t have to go out because crate.ph will deliver it straight to your doorstep!
Crates are delivered weekly and you can choose your crate to be an all veggie, all fruits or mixed. It actually depends on what you fancy but I suggest you get the mixed crate. It comes in these small crates which help store the produce properly and thus arriving to you fresh.
You won’t know what’s in your crate so it could be a surprise as to what you’ll get. And if you are thinking of what to do with those, crate.ph also provides recipes to help you out!
The produce you get in your crate come straight from family farms in Pampanga, Bicol, Baguio, and even in Davao!
The crates have different kinds of weekly subscription at reasonable prices! Solo is Php299/week, Family Php899/week and Feast Php1199/week. Solo is perfect for those who live alone and spend most of their time out, family is good for 4pax, and feast is good for 6. Each person counted will get 4 meals out of the crate ordered.
Since Crate.ph is in its early stages, it currently only delivers to Metro Manila residences but will soon be accommodating other areas as well. It will also widen its selection of naturally grown produce not just ranging from fruits and vegetables but also herbs and spices.
Crate.ph will also be releasing a mobile app so you can easily order crates! It’s a really good gift idea for families too!