Box Divvy Comes to Silverdale
Imagine a world where you could cut your food bill in half. Imagine then being able to pay for other things like schooling, holidays because you can earn income from home. Imagine building an amazing food community in your suburb and supporting local growers and fotodaod manufacturers.
The imagining of inexpensive quality food is now a reality with Box Divvy.
Partners in life and passionate food community farmers from Wherrol Flat near Wingham, Jayne Travers-Drapes and Anton van den Berg, have partnered with Western Sydney Diabetes Alliance in order to create a fresh food ordering system like no other.
Now, in the Silverdale area, local food warrior Jessica Harland has created her own Food Hub with the Box Divvy ordering system. Members share bulk boxes of freshly picked produce and other grocery items, which means by purchasing in bulk they can reduce the cost. They save 30-40% on their food bill.
“Box Divvy Silverdale-Taylors began last month on Thursday 18th April. I became a Box Divvy Hubster because I wanted to give my community the best fruit and vegetables as well as support our local farmers” explained Jessica Harland.
Box Divvy Silverdale-Taylors delivers to Silverdale, Warragamba and Wallacia. Pick up and home delivery is on Thursdays from the Silverdale Hub. Delivery fees also apply.
“Snowpeas and bananas have been the most popular items ordered so far in the local community” said Jessica.
For more information, search ‘Box Divvy Silverdale-Taylors’ on Facebook.