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E-grocer FreshDirect said yesterday that, due to rising customer demand, it would expand its delivery services to reach the Bedford-Stuyvesant, Crown Heights, Red Hook sections of Brooklyn, among other communities in the New York City borough. The new delivery areas are now open for delivery service.
These neighborhoods can now choose from FreshDirect's large product offering, including fresh foods and groceries, bulk items, local and organic produce, and chef-prepared 4-Minute and Ready-to-Cook Meals.
As well as Brooklyn, Long Island City, N.Y.-based FreshDirect operates throughout Manhattan and Queens, as well as select parts of Staten Island, Westchester County, Nassau County, and New Jersey.
"Over the years, Brooklyn residents have embraced FreshDirect and shown tremendous loyalty," noted FreshDirect s.v.p. of business affairs Jim Moore in a statement.
In support of the company's expansion to underserved communities in the area, Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz welcomed a delivery yesterday in Bed-Stuy.
FreshDirect has over 250,000 customers and has fulfilled over six million orders since opening for business in September 2002.