Misfits Market, the Delanco-based online grocery platform, announced it is now available in all of the lower 48 states in the U.S., as it has expanded into Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota and South Dakota.
The company, which focuses on accessibility, affordability and sustainability, said in a news release that the rollout will serve nearly all ZIP codes in urban centers, suburbs and rural areas.
“Three years ago, Misfits Market started with a vision to address inequity and provide everyone, regardless of where they live, access to quality food delivered in an affordable way,” Abhi Ramesh, founder and CEO, said in a prepared statement. “With prices for groceries at an all-time high, we’re thrilled to fulfill this vision by launching Misfits Market in Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota and South Dakota, bringing food access and incredible value to shoppers from coast to coast.”
Since its founding in 2018, Misfits Market has sent out more than 11 million orders and “rescued” more than 228 million pounds of food, creating a positive environmental impact and driving revenue to farmers and suppliers.