You’ve rushed around all day, shuttling the kids to and from school, keeping important appointments or working a full time job, only to get home and find the cupboards are bare.
It’s an all too familiar dilemma in fast-paced China. At this stage, tackling an overcrowded supermarket is the last thing you want to do. And ordering something from Sherpas might be easy, but it’s not going to do you or your family’s waistlines or health any favors…
Luckily, FIELDS offers an attractive third option. As a premier online grocery store based in Shanghai, FIELDS combines convenience with safe, fresh and healthy foods that it serves to thousands of customers each day in Shanghai, Jiangsu and Zhejiang province.
Rather than weaving your way through supermarket aisles every couple of days, just take a few moments to get online and browse the FIELDS website from your desk or armchair. Then sit back with a cup of coffee (or glass of wine) while you fill your virtual shopping basket with delicious Meat, Seafood, Dairy, Vegetables, Fruit, Pantry, Bakery, Wine and Beer goods. As well as all your favorite fruit and veg, FIELDS sources more exotic, hard-to-find products like baby purple potatoes and jumbo California cherries that add more than a touch of color to your diet.
Operating same day delivery before 16:00 in Shanghai, and delivering to Nanjing every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, that virtual shopping basket will swiftly be transformed into real, tasty goods to stock your fridge, freezer and cupboards. Their unique supply system means the fresh foods delivered to your home have been stored and prepared under the safest conditions, every step of the way.
Better still, you can choose a delivery time slot that suits you; FIELDS understands that its customers lead busy lives and is happy to fit around school runs and working hours.
Ethically produced, all FIELDS products are sourced only from farms adhering to the strictest food safety and quality guidelines. Many of their succulent meats are imported from Uruguay, Australia or Canada but FIELDS also works with local organic farmers on Chongming Eco-Island and elsewhere in China. FIELDS is proud about being one hundred per cent transparent and regularly invites customers to join them on excursions to the FIELDS farm where participants can pick their own bok choy or get their hands dirty digging up carrots. There’s definitely no hiding behind closed doors at FIELDS!
Their dedicated customer service team speaks fluent English and Chinese and offers both pre and post customer care. They’re happy to assist with anything from ordering queries to recipe suggestions. On those rare occasions when you aren’t completely satisfied with your delivery, just let them know and they’ll send replacement products immediately and reassure with a follow up with a phone call.
And when your day has been too hectic to even think about pulling out the pots and pans, FIELDS tasty Ready-to-Serve meals, like Lemon Chicken, Lasagna from Da Marcos and Homemade Chicken Pot Pie, are the perfect solution. Carefully prepared by top European and American chefs, they make easy, scrumptious and nutritious meals for the entire family.
What’s not to love? Check out www.fieldschina.com and enjoy the simple brilliance of FIELDS today.
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