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Sep 24, 2008 10:07 AM

Pittsburgh: GoodApples.Org - Any Info?

Received the following e-mail...Has anyone heard about this organization or had experience? What do you think?

______ has invited you to join the Virtual Farmers Market. Through this convenient program, UPMC Presbyterian/Montefiore/Eye and Ear/ and Scaife Hall employees can purchase premium quality fresh produce and other healthy foods online for up to 40% less than supermarket prices and have orders delivered to UPMC Presbyterian/Montefiore/Eye and Ear/ and Scaife Hall free of charge.

Interested? If so, here are a few things you'll want to know.

Good Apples ships direct from wholesale in the Strip District, so their produce is a week to ten days fresher than supermarket fruits and vegetables.

Every product is backed with a 200% quality satisfaction guarantee.

With the Good Apples Healthy Rewards program, you'll earn one percent off a future order for every dollar you spend.

There is no minimum quantity to buy.

To accept this invitation and get 10% off Selected Products on your first! order, click here <> and register with Organization Code UPMC22. Good Apples delivers to UPMC Presbyterian/Montefiore/Eye and Ear/ and Scaife Hall 200 Lothrop Street 1 day(s) a week.

Additional details are available at <> .

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  1. I have not ordered from good apples but have heard of it. It is currently offered in the office building I am in and every Friday there are lots of brown bags of deliveries lined up in break room. It also used to be offered in the apartment building I lived in. I cannot comment as to the quality of the product but its delivery certainly seems reliable. I usually just hit the strip myself on Saturday mornings. Perhaps someone else has actually ordered from here?

    1. I didn't order (where I work - not enough employees). However, my co-worker's daughter orders from them all the time and raves about their fruits and vegetables.

      I might give it a try and pick up my order in the Strip.