Irv & Shelly's Fresh Picks

600 North Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60654 Directions
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OlgaMaria .
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Report | 4 months ago
I called a placed my order just before Thanksgiving last year and received delivery of the freshes produce without leaving my home or carring a big box in! I love it and wish they had the deal again!!
Lesley M.
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Report | a year ago
I loved the Fruit/Veg box that I ordered! I didn't recognize some of the vegetables, but a handy cooking guide was included with my order. It was nice to try some new things. THANKS!
judy a.
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Report | 2 years ago
The produce is very fresh. A lot of care seems to go into the produces storage depending on the weather.
Michelle
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Report | 2 years ago
Great service and products. So nice to have organic, fresh veggies and fruit delivered to my door.
Allie S.
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Report | 2 years ago
Great service and tasty veggies.
Takia W.
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Report | 2 years ago
Definitely worth the purchase. The food is fresh and beautiful looking to boot. The delivery guy is efficient and polite and the price is comparable to bigger markets that have lesser quality foods and a decided lack of convenience. This was a great buy!

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Inspired by their own quest to find locally grown, organic food to serve their kids, Irv and Shelly decided to start their own network of independent farmers and deliver their produce to doorsteps. Drawing on their backgrounds in economic development and nonprofit environmental activities, the two connected with suppliers such as Jack Erisman of Goldmine Farms in Pana, Illinois—where beef has been raised USDA-certified and organic since 1993—and Harmony Valley in Viroqua, Wisconsin, where 30 years of experience is put to work cultivating high-quality vegetables and berries. As Irv and Shelly deliver the yield from their partners, they choose the most efficient route so as to reduce their carbon footprint. This means they can’t promise specific delivery times, but most orders arrive in the afternoon in boxes whose client-customized bounty is kept fresh by ice packs.

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