I recently purchased this brand of blackberries from Publix
SunnyRidge...and must say they have a chemical taste to them, or maybe pesticides are what I'm tasting.
I'm parculuar about fruit I eat, since you can't go more natural than fruit, so when 'man' messes with even fruit, so that all you're swallowing is a vile of chemically laced product, I get really annoyed.
I suggest you, Publix, taste these crops before you shelve them for consumers. People are really becoming health conscious, well read on pesticides, GMO's and their harmful side effects.
Seems every week the price of fruit fluctuates, up and down, and the taste always changes. Walmart sells their berries cheaper, and in larger containers...
I give Publix a F this week on their blackberrie tastes and price...and their blue berries keep coming in smaller and smaller packages too...this weekend I'll do a size by size comparison of price and packaging of Walmart the Publix.
I signed up for Publix 'Grocery delivery' service a few years ago, and have yet to utilize it, I need to go back into account and update it, cause now I do feel like utilizing it. (I always tell myself that until comes down to order)
Yes, I always tell myself that's I'll order small amount of groceries so don't have to leave place, but always change mind at last minute.
There's just something about waiting around for another person to pick out for you what you ordered online, and trusting them to get you best deal, that I find hard to do.
I mean when you shop, particualry produce or meat, how can another grab best deal for you?
They can't, all they're going to do is look at list, and grab whatever's closet to them.
I guess certain groceries, like canned stuff, milk, eggs, pre packaged stuff, comes 'as is', so it would make the most sense to use service for that, and not for meat or produce.
And not only that, with everyone shopping like mad now, what I order online from Publix, could be sold out, so ye, I think it's better I go to store myself still, until this panic over nothing is over with.
I did see a lot more people wearing masks today though, as drove past a few stores.
At most, I'd probably wear thin plastic gloves when pushing car or carrying basket, which gets handled by hundreds per day.