Have any one bought frozen foods through Amazon?
How do they ship it while keeping the food frozen? Or did it arrived all thawed? Did it just come in a box like the way they ship books? Or is it packed in ice?
No???? I didn't know that was an option! When I lived in Wales, Tesco had a grocery delivery option. With my work schedule and lack of car, I find it difficult to go grocery shopping. I wish so much that I had that option in the US. Is it *good* frozen food?
I have never ordered frozen food from Amazon nor did I know that it was available. The food is probably shipped in a cooler packed in dry ice.
One time I ordered 100 custom Hershey bars from a small company in the middle of summer in Arizona. The seller packed the bars in a cooler that was stuffed the dry ice. When I got home from work one day the chocolate was waiting on my doorstep. It did not melt even though it was 110+ degrees outside.
It comes packed in Styrofoam and depending on the shipping time it might have a piece of dry ice in it. Everything I have ordered has arrived still frozen in good condition.
I haven't. I was actually scared of the outcome. I have always wondered how they packaged frozen foods and if they arrive still frozen.
I have. It comes packaged in a styrofoam cooler and dry ice. One time it came all thawed out already, it may have been a postal problem, but they reshipped another package asap at no extra cost.
No! I order books through Amazon. I'd prefer to get my food from the grocery store.
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