I have never used any delivery services for grocery shopping, but the times they are a changin'.
I'm in the throes of recovering from some fairly intense surgery (not intense in a life-threatening sort of way, but intense in other ways, like it fucking hurts), and my recovery precludes me from driving (not necessarily a problem) and lifting/schlepping anything over "x" number of pounds. So my beloved trips to the USQ green market, or out to Sheepshead Bay to Net Cost market, or to somewhere in Queens or NJ to H Mart, and dragging 30 to 40 lbs. of groceries/produce up to my apartment, are out for a while. Fortunately, the recovery has not stopped us from going out to dinner practically nightly.
Enter Fresh Direct, and my thoughts of signing up. The have things like Poulet Rouge (mentioned and cooked by @splinky in another thread somewhere). And their prices for many items certainly seem in line with the places I generally shop at.
They have various iterations of a "delivery pass," which would allow me to schedule deliveries on certain days of the week, at practically $0 delivery cost.
I've heard from 2 or 3 friends who use it that it's very, very time saving and convenient, and that much of the product (fresh stuff) is actually of good quality. On line - they even show a produce delivery box from a CSA, that you can order or not, without signing up for a whole season's worth.
So - anyone here use it regularly? If so, whaddya think?
ETA: Thank god for the World Cup and today the start of the Tour de France, which while they haven't eased the recovery process, certainly help to pass some time.