Our friends over at Kate & Kimi, Shanghai's community-trusted online farmer's market that delivers all over Shanghai and Suzhou, are launching a bunch of excellent deals for That's readers over the next 12 weeks.
Get a jump-start on your grocery shopping this week with these unbeatable offers on Argentinian steak, Irene's Yogurt and Lizzy's All Natural Green Smoothies. Enter the coupon code WELOVETHATS at the bottom of the shopping cart page to get a 33 percent discount on these weekly specials.*
But hurry, because these deals won't last long! Get your discounted yogurt, steak and smoothies now before the promotion ends on March 18.
Starting from RMB33 | (was RMB49, now 33% off)
Been missing the thrill of eating a good steak like back home? Been feeling meatless for too long? This one’s for you! This all-time favorite Striploin steak is the n’1 choice for you steak lovers in Shanghai. Not only very tender and versatile, this Argentinian grass-fed Striploin has exceptional flavor and is perfect to be cut into individual steaks for grilling or in chunks for roasting.
Starting from RMB13 | (was RMB19, now 33% off)
Not your typical grandma's yogurt here! Freshly made every day from imported organic milk and full of active probiotic cultures, Irene’s Yogurt is not only good for your digestion but also tastes pretty darn good. Lucky you, they also come in three different textures ready to be eaten on the go or whenever you’re in need of a healthy treat.
Starting from RMB19 | (was RMB28, now 33% off)
Who said healthy food can't also be yummy? Lizzy’s All Natural smoothies are not only freshly made but also very, very delicious. Blended with leafy greens and fruit that are loaded with tons of antioxidants and vitamins, these green smoothies are an excellent way to enjoy a delicious drink that will satisfy your hunger while offering maximum nutrition all day long.
Stay tuned for more exciting limited-time deals from Kate & Kimi over the next 12 weeks!
* Terms and conditions apply.
Note that deals may expire and prices are subject to change.
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