A big new grocery subscription service has been launched by Monterey, California-based Good Food Gourmet, which will allow you to purchase groceries from all over the world.
The $5-a-month subscription service will allow users to shop online for groceries in countries like Japan, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, and Italy.
The service, which was launched by Good Food founder and CEO Steve M. Gillett in June, lets users select from a huge range of categories and then shop by price and brand.
The online grocery store will also allow users access to a wide range of products, including frozen yogurt, organic foods, organic coffees, organic spices, organic baking supplies, and more.
According to Good Food, the new service has a variety of categories, including groceries, groceries, meat, meats, groceries and organic, organic, meat and vegetables, fruits and vegetables.
The company says that the new subscription service is available to Monterey residents through its online store and will be available to the public through Good Food’s new website in the coming months.
“We’re really excited to bring this new service to Monty,” said Gilletti.
“It’s the kind of thing that we do because we love to help people, and it’s a great way to do that.”
The company hopes to get over 200,000 customers in the first quarter of 2018.