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Sydneysiders: The Best Fruit and Veg Delivered to Your Door


Sydney fruit + veg delivery service

So the weather in Sydney has been a little insane lately. Half of Hyde Park has been shut down because there are broken tree branches everywhere. Storms have been ripping through the city and I have cocooned myself up in my little apartment to keep safe and dry. All well and good, but I missed my trip to the farmers market and alas, the fridge quickly fell bare. Enter fruit and veg delivery.

Here at Fit Foodie HQ, we’re all about convenient healthy living options. Because, the truth is most of us can barely make time in our busy schedules to get to the farmers market or health food store on the weekends let alone during the week – even more so when bad weather hits. Which is why I love the idea of getting all my fave wholefood products delivered straight to my door.

Say hello to Chris Antico.

Chris prides himself on delivering the best fruit and veg boxes in Sydney, making grocery shopping so much easier for us busy bees. With everything from avocados to bananas, if you’re based in Sydney this will become your go-to grocery shop (without the actual GO)!

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I was lucky enough to receive my own box packed with delish goodies – including okra, figs, blueberries, carrots, capsicums, an array of herbs and so much more. The ‘Big Chris’ box is awesome value with 40-50 pieces of fruit + veg, and because it’s delivered so fresh, the shelf-life is longer than the supermarkets too. You can also build your own box, or order regular, smaller boxes – there’s something for everyone.

To top it off – theres minimal packaging and it arrived in a re-usable wooden crate (which is now sitting under my bed full of puppy toys!). I’ll use my next one for the boot of the car.

“Growing up we always had the freshest fruit and vegetables on the table at home and living in the eastern suburbs, so close to the beach, a healthy lifestyle is what it was all about. These days, fast food and supermarkets make it hard for households to source quality fruit and vegetables on a daily basis.”
“We all live busy lives – certainly my friends and I do and it’s one of the reasons I decided to start Chris Antico Fruit. I saw a way to add value and make our healthy lifestyles simpler and more convenient.” says Chris. Just don’t be fooled by the name – he also bring the goods on the veggie front too!
Staying fit and healthy is a priority for Chris. We’re totally on the same wavelength in that regard, which makes him a fave local business of mine! He knows eating the right foods and getting outdoors is the key to feeling fabulous.
Chris began by going door-to-door in the eastern suburbs delivering his boxes 3 days a week. Within a few short weeks he has now expanded into the North Shore, Northern Beaches and the Inner West.
If you would like to try one of Chris’s boxes, for a limited time they have 15% off your first box order. #winning. Delivery days are Monday, Wednesday and Fridays. Head to www.chrisantico.com.au and enter HOMEDELIVERED to get your greens.

About Sally O'Neil - Editor in Chief

Sal is on a mission to prove that healthy and nutritious doesn’t have to be boring – and that even while staying in shape you can have your cake and eat it too. After losing 14kg from adopting a healthier lifestyle, she shares her journey with others on The Fit Foodie Blog. She also writes for two national health magazines, has launched her own range of healthy Protein Ball Mixes: Fit Mixes, and is the author of Chocolate Everyday.

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