Have a need for organic milk, beef or artisan baked goods but not wanting to leave the house or office? We reported on Artizone many months ago and thought nit was time to check in on the unique delivery service.
When we first ran a story on Artizone they had just started out in the artisan delivery business. And in the past few months we have been hearing more positive feedback from readers on Artizone. Since that time so many months ago Artizone has expanded to add a variety of goods including beer and wine.
Added to the list of deliverables includes Scardello, Empire Baking Company, Hirsch’s Specialty Meats, Kessler Cookie Company, County Line Farms (Organic Milk), Rex’s Seafood, Holy Ravioli, La Duni, Dude, Sweet Chocolate, Flavors From Afar, JJ&B – Jams, Jellies and Butters, Big Al’s Texas Rubs, Busy B’s Market (100% Organic-fed, free-range eggs), 1888 Martini Mix, Mawker Coffee, Poison Ivy (fresh flowers) and Dallas Fine Wine and Spirits.
Each of these shops are simple to reach on their own if you live nearby, but the glory of Artizone is the relative ease in which they provide each of these shops and their respective goods for a single delivery fee, regardless of how many shops you tap into online.
“We are so pleased Artizone now delivers to North Dallas,” says Amber Dietrich, Associate Vice-President of Market Operations. “We will continue to expand our delivery area which already includes Dallas, Oak Cliff, Richardson, Plano, Addison, Carrollton, Las Colinas, Farmers Branch, Irving, Coppell as well as grow our selection of artesian shops and local businesses.”
In fact Artizone recently purchased their own trucks and service has been expanded into Frisco, Allen and McKinney, making this service even more viable for the casual shopper wanting cheese from Scardello but reluctant to make the drive to Oak Lawn.
A friend of craveDFW regularly has warm bread and cheese delivered for the perfect weekend brunch at her home.
We would love to hear your Artizone success stories.