I didn't make it to the Boulder Farmers' Market this weekend, and to clear my karma I just may have to call Door-to-Door Organics.
This local company has offered delivery of organic food for a while now, but in July it will reintroduce its "All Local" box, with delivery of all-local produce available in two sizes: one for $23.66 and the other for $33.66.
"Door to Door Organics is committed to buying 'local first,' working with Full Circle Farms, Lippis Farms, First Fruits and others in Colorado," explains company president Chad Arnold. "We also work hard to meet our customers' needs for variety, quality and affordability year round."
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