Forget the last-minute grocery run and grab your fruit, veg and gourmet goods from Harris Farm Markets’ online store
Last week, we were gifted with the Queensland debut of a fresh-produce icon – Harris Farm Markets – just in time for Christmas. If the silly season has got the better of you and you simply don’t have time to physically immerse yourself in the splendours of the grocer’s new Clayfield location, fear not – Harris Farm Markets’ in-store selection is available online! This means that a box full of high-quality fresh produce, delicatessen goodies and baked treats are just a click away. Now, let’s see what other goodness we can tap in to …
Harris Farm Market’s online store has everything you need to keep your fridge and pantry full this Christmas, as well as your belly. It stocks everything its physical Clayfield store does, including Queensland-sourced fruit and vegetables, an extensive deli offering (with more than 200 cheeses!), a huge bakery section, and a premium meat selection. If you’re short on time, you can quickly order a pre-curated value box – there’s a hamper filled with fruit and snacks for the office, a basket filled with Aussie-made treats and even a DIY pizza kit with all of the fresh ingredients for a winning crust combination.
Forget the fuss of meal planning over the holidays, as Harris Farm Markets has that covered too. At-home chefs can take advantage of its Ready to Cook initiative, where you can pick the meal of your choice from a selection of mouth-watering recipes (think mixed berry and cherry-glazed Christmas ham, smoked mackerel tacos and vegetarian enchiladas) and the crew will bring all of the ingredients as well as step-by-step instructions straight to your door.
Need to stock up on all of the essentials? Head to the Harris Farm Markets online store to fill your basket. Psst … if you spend more than $180 (which at Christmas time, is almost inventible) delivery is completely free!
This article was created with our friends at Harris Farm Markets.
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