Organic Produce that is picked fresh and brought to you. You asked and we deliver…. punny, I know 😂. If you didn’t ask, you should still get an Organic Produce box

Our hand-curated produce boxes come from a local farm that’s 99% organic, anything non-organic is noted like Pears for example

OMG, When are these coming??

We expect the first crops to be ready about the end of April. Due to crop limitations, we’re taking pre-orders in advance to guarantee delivery

How often can I get one?

We are going to offer these in Weekly and bi-weekly options. Just like every we do, you can change or cancel anytime. So there is nothing to lose by giving it a try once.

“What’s different about this compared to something I buy at New Seasons, Fred Meyer, Whole Foods…etc?”

Largely the flavor 😋 So much flavor that we guarantee you’ll think it’s worth it or we’ll give your money back

What’s in the box?

The contents will vary by season and contain:

  • Butter Lettuce
  • Kohlrabi
  • Turnips
  • Radish
  • Carrots
  • Beets
  • Garlic
  • Bok-Choy
  • Cucumber
  • Salad Mix
  • Spinach
  • Arugula
  • Microgreens
  • Asian Pears (non-organic)
  • Hydroponic Tomatoes

How much am I getting? What size is the Box(es)?

We have two sizes; Small and Regular-
A Small is half a bushel and measures 13 x 9 x 9
A Regular* is over a bushel and measures 16 x 12 x 13

*best value with more than double the produce a small box has

Is there anything special about this produce?

They do not use pesticides or herbicides on any of our vegetables, but some areas of our farm do not meet certification requirements

What else should I consider?

There’s no need to drive long distances to pick up a farm share. No long wait in lines. Gone are the days of hitting the farmer’s market and hearing “sorry, it sold earlier today”

It’s all pre-packaged for you and delivered to your porch!

On the subject of packaging…our boxes are more sustainable than traditional alternatives.  Since we know how much to harvest every week, there is no wasted produce and no wasted packaging

We looked long and hard for another local farm that produced the farm fresh you’re used to.