Have you been a part of the droves of Americans who have tried online subscription meal services like Hello Fresh and Blue Apron (my Hello Fresh doesn’t start until next week, so I’ll let you know about that soon)? Well Pantry, a new grocery store opening in Boston area is set to be the first of it’s kind.
Pantry will provide pre-portioned, locally sourced ingredient kits for shoppers to turn into delicious meals in their own kitchens. The shop will have 20 stations, each with pictures of the final product along with recipe cards to take home, offering more choice, less commitment, and significantly less packaging waste than Pantry’s shipping-dependent rivals do. The result is an easy, enjoyable shopping experience, one that ensures that every ingredient will be eaten and that shoppers will never have to clean out fridge scraps again!
Pantry will open in Brookline, a town on the outskirts of Boston, in mid-July with meals such as Moroccan chicken with cauliflower “couscous” and Vietnamese shaken beef with red watercress salad and pickled onions first up on the shelves.