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Boston Organics is an independent organic produce and grocery delivery service serving greater Boston year-round. For as little as $24 per delivery Boston Organics will deliver fresh organic produce to your home or office. You simply select a produce box and let them know which fruits & vegetables you never want to receive, and they'll provide you with a different combination of fresh ingredients each week. You can also add local & organic specials and other grocery items to your produce box. Visit their website for more information
Where Does the Produce Come from?
All the produce Boston Organics delivers is 100% certified organic, and all of it is sourced with a particular regional sensitivity: if it can be gotten locally, they'll get it locally! Learn more about Boston Organics' local philosophy on their website.
Is It A CSA?
CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture) are awesome, but Boston Organics is not a CSA (at least not in the traditional sense). An important benefit of subscribing to a CSA is that it helps to support local agriculture by working directly with a farm. As a Boston Organics customer you may not have a one on one connection with a single local farm - but you are helping to support and sustain a network of local farms, local suppliers, and local businesses! Learn more about the difference between Boston Organics and a CSA on their website.
Boston Organics delivers organic & local produce to most of greater Boston, serving different zip codes on different days. Communities they serve include Allston, Arlington, Belmont, Boston, Brighton, Brookline, Cambridge, Charlestown, Chestnut Hill, Dorchester, East Boston, Jamaica Plain, Malden, Medford, Melrose, Newburyport, Newton (inside of I-95), Somerville, Waltham (inside of I-95), Watertown, Winchester and Winthrop. Check out their current delivery area to see if they deliver to your zip code!
Boston Organics carries a wide variety of carefully chosen grocery items from Dean's Beans organic and fair trade coffees to Pete and Gerry's organic, cage free eggs to organic breads from Nashoba Brook Bakery, in addition to seasonal produce items from boxes of wild Maine blueberries to Equal Exchange bananas to potatoes and onions. See the whole selection on their website.