We’re used to the idea of ordering grub from local restaurants, but what about from local makers selling their goods via Facebook?
It may seem strange to some, but clearly by the selection of made-to-order eats available on Facebook Marketplace in Vancouver, there’s a market for homemade food purchased through the social media platform.
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Facebook users can also get the simplest of groceries like free range chicken eggs, hot peppers, and organic garlic, along with full-on ready-to-eat ethnic meals like an Indian lunch or dinner for $15.
It’s an interesting way to satiate your craving, but in a world where you can pretty much buy and sell anything online, we’re not surprised Facebook Marketplace has become a digital food court for locals looking for a deal.