I personally wouldn't use any
home delivery service...
...stock arrives at the stores by artic. and offloaded into the holding area; depending how busy it is, and on the staffing levels, food that should be refrigerated/frozen can sit there for quite some time before it is moved into its temperature controlled environment.
The first time I saw home delivery crates stacked waiting to be loaded for delivery I thought it was waste!
Not so bad if you are buying packets/tins/jars but fresh? Not on your life!
Aye but if you saw what happens in a cake faxtory you'd never eat cake, if you saw what happens in poultry and pork processing factories you'd never eat anything from there either and if you saw what happens behind the scenes at supermarkets you'd never buy anything fresh or store produced again, all I have experience with and I bet Canning factories are just as suspect too.
Personally if you ain't grown it or brought it up yourself it's all suspect, so I just live with the risk
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