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Fresh Thyme partnership brings same-day delivery to the Midwest

thymeSpecialty retailer Fresh Thyme Farmers Market is partnering with Shipt, making it more convenient to conquer healthy living goals. Customers in 30 metro areas across the Midwest region will have access to this new offering from Shipt and Fresh Thyme Farmers Market, giving more than 10 million households this option for same-day delivery.

Michigan residents in Detroit, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, and Lansing metro areas will also receive access to same-day delivery of beer and wine from Fresh Thyme Farmers Market.

"Fresh Thyme Farmers Market is a staple for healthy, convenient and budget friendly living," said Joe Manning, chief business officer of Shipt. "Partnering with Fresh Thyme Farmers Market gives us the opportunity to provide an additional layer of ease by bringing fresh and healthy goods to members across the Midwest."

This new partnership with Fresh Thyme Farmers Market provides Shipt members product offerings that follow vegan, paleo, keto, vegetarian or wheat- and gluten-free diets.

"We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Shipt," said Ramesh Reddy, chief information officer of Fresh Thyme Farmers Market. "Their delivery solution provides a convenience; one our customers are looking for in their shopping experience."

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