Wonderful veggies and lots of them. Very fresh and delicious!
Fruits and veggies were fresh and plenty for the 4 of us.
Festival had nothing interested. It was not truely festival, why they charged $5/person? $40/box of produce is a rip off. I will never buy again.
The produce delivered (they only sent 1 of 2 ordered and I had to call them) came thrown into a cardboard box and was not suitable for the gifts I intended it to be. The photo used on the groupon was in a nice wooden box with the produce arranged beautifully. Also the Fall Festival was absolutely NOTHING!!
The farmers were all very nice, It's great to meet the people who are growing your food!
Clarify in the promotion offer that you provide online ordering and delivery services but that the promotion is for pick up only. It wasn't clear what to do as a first timer to Groupon with the promotion to redeem. Thanks.
For $3 my box of veggies was worth it, but not for the true price of $13 (I got $10 off my first order from Groupon Now). Some of the fruit and veggies were almost too old to eat, but the remaining 8 or so that I received were OK.
From Our Editors
As a community-supported agriculture farm, Eat Local Produce focuses on putting organic produce into locals’ hands with a weekly delivery service. Workers harvest fresh fruits and vegetables—grown without chemicals, GMOs, or other harmful acronyms—and pack them into boxes that can be delivered to customers’ doorsteps or picked up directly from the Lake Stevens farm. Since the farm features a rotating selection of more than 50 crops throughout the year, each box comes with storage tips and recipes to help customers properly preserve and prepare each piece of produce they receive.
Eat Local Produce extends its healthy-eating efforts to all socioeconomic statuses by making weekly donations to the local food bank and even accepting electronic-benefit-transfer (EBT) food benefits. The farm also supports the community and environment with living wages for its staff and organic-farming practices that implement renewable and recyclable resources.
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