New York’s Quinciple Expands Delivery to East Side

Staff Writer
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Quinciple, a New York-based curated farmer’s market box of locally culled ingredients and products—like bread from Orwasher’s Bakery and meat from Hudson Valley Harvest—launched in February.

This morning, they announced in their newsletter that they are expanding delivery to the East Side of Manhattan, adding five new zip codes to their delivery map; they already deliver to a number of neighborhoods on the West Side and offer a few pick-up points in Brooklyn. They also offer an option for delivery to your office.

The company has partnered from their inception with Revolution Rickshaws, a service that provides Quinciple subscribers with home delivery via bicycle rickshaw. The products arrive with an ice pack in an insulated bag within a cardboard box to help keep the items fresh until you get home.

The items in the box change each week depending on what is in season, and the variety encourages creativity in the kitchen, ensuring that you avoid getting stuck in a culinary rut and taking “the guesswork out of buying good food.”

They even include recipes in the box and on their website if you’re not sure where to begin, making it easy—and less stressful—to get cooking. You might even be inspired to invite a friend for dinner!

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