As of today, you can get your groceries delivered through Postmates: the San Francisco-based company announced its Postmates Fresh service is now live in Philadelphia.
Philly is the fifth market to get access to the service, which lets users get their picks from a selection of products (veggies and fruits, but also corn chips and ice cream) delivered in 45 minutes.
Also, with every Postmates order tomorrow, comes a free pint of ice cream from Bright Yellow Creamery.
A meal can only be as good as the ingredients it is made with, and there are no better or fresher ingredients than those found at Philadelphia farmers markets.
With the summer heat upon us, what better time is there to talk about ice cream? This month, we’re excited to interview local entrepreneur Steven Dorcelien, owner of Bright Yellow Creamery, who serve up delicious small-batch ice cream from locally sourced ingredients and is proudly based here in Philadelphia!
In a way reminiscent of how the bright orange of Josh Kim’s Spot Burgers food cart called to me in March of 2012 at 34th and Race (he now has a brick an mortar in Brewerytown), the soft-on-the-eyes cream yellow of Bright Yellow Creamery’s wheeled cart drew me in at the Saturday Rittenhouse Square farmer’s market two weeks ago.
Bright Yellow Creamery sells small batch ice cream made from locally sourced ingredients, wherever possible. Since their inception in early 2017, the company set out on a mission to deliver the purest ice cream without adding anything that's not absolutely necessary. Originally, when Bright Yellow Creamery started they offered four signature flavors: Madagascar Vanilla, Dark Chocolate, Ginger and Lemongrass and Sea Salt Honey. Today, the company has expanded to seven flavors - with a new, seasonal flavor coming within days! To uncover more about the company, our marketing intern, Evan Griffin, interviewed Bright Yellow Creamery’s owner, Steven Dorcelien.