Tai Lopez, an investor in meat subscription service Farmers Box and owner of more than 700 acres of farmland in Virginia, says he reached out to Blue Apron last week about a potential sale.
Lopez — who’s in contact with the NYC company through ex-Amazon executive and food store consultant Brittain Ladd — declined to say how much he’s willing to pay for the struggling subscription service. But he already has big plans about how to revive it.
“I think Blue Apron’s core product should be prepared foods and snacks,” Lopez told The Post. “There is a limited market for people who want to cook,” he said of Blue Apron’s boxes of raw ingredients and suggested recipes.