Well Ron from Holy Cow Milk just came about 30 minutes ago with our yoplait, string cheese and bread. I liked paying with PayPal because then I don’t have to use any checks but because of that person who responded in my first post for this company, I decided to pay by check from here on out. At least if I pay by check I don’t have anything to lose because they don’t get their money until they deliver the goods.
I really love having milk delivered to my house instead of having to get it from the store. Actually their milk is more expensive than the store by $1 per gallon because you can buy 2 gallons for $5 which is $2.50 each, Holy Cow charges $3.50 which if you go to the store and look that is still a very good price. If you just buy 1 gallon of milk you are going to pay $5 for 1 gallon of the Albertson’s brand or the name brands like Foster Farms. It just makes more sense to buy the Special Value milk for $5 for 2.
The thing I buy from Holy Cow is their bread for $1.50 a loaf, bread is expensive if you buy at the store. They are outrageously expensive and with today’s economy you can’t get bread for less than $2. The Albertson’s brand bread at the store is $1.79.
I also buy String Cheese which is like .35 cents. I’ve never bought string cheese so I don’t know what that regular price is. Yoplait is another thing I buy from them. If you have gone to the store you will know that Yoplait is the most expensive yogurt on the shelves. That stuff is over $1 each. Holy Cow only charges .65 cents each. That is the main reason I buy from them. I can only get Yoplait when they are 20 for $10 at Albertson’s which makes them .50 cents each. So .65 is a very good price and I’d rather give the money to Holy Cow than the big corporations.
I asked Ron to give us some business cards so we can pass them out in the neighborhood, I suggested magnet business cards that people can put on their fridge. That is a very good idea. I’m sure they are more expensive but you have to spend money to make money.