Blue Apron bought a ranch, coincidentally their ingredients are "fresher"


Niman Ranch:



That makes me a little sad. So does the fact the Purdue now owns Niman Ranch. I used to have respect for the brand. Now I wonder if I should trust it. Purdue doesn’t exactly not cut corners wherever possible…


I expected a different kind of article. This is just a plug.


A single Blue Apron meal generates a lot of packaging waste and requires an expenditure of jet fuel and gasoline to get to your doorstep. You’re better off, in my opinion, with a cookbook, a shopping list, and a trip to the grocery store.

Also, this is an ad.



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