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What You'll Get
Early humans faced many vegetable-harvesting challenges, such as lassoing an apple off a tree or coaxing a corncob into a bear trap. Hunt a healthy harvest the easy way with this Groupon.
$25 for Small Box of Delivered Organic Produce and Registration Fee ($52 Value)
Seasonal fruits and veggies populate each small box of organic produce (a $27 value), with edibles such as granny smith apples, hass avocados, and french fingerling potatoes. Boxes arrive at determined locales on Wednesdays, and the delivery area includes St. Louis, Hazelwood, and St. Charles. This Groupon also covers Arch City's registration fee (a $25 value).
Arch City Organics
The produce purveyors at Arch City Organics tuck USDA–certified organic fruits and vegetables into delivery boxes for at-home enjoyment. Small, standard, and large boxes bear crisp seasonal arrangements to sustainably feed couples, small families, and Viking longboat crews. Plucking in part from the trowels and wheelbarrows of Midwestern farmers, staffers customize each box of crops to suit clients' personal preferences by substituting vegetables and carving potatoes into busts of Renaissance artists upon request. Arch City Organics' blog regularly posts updates, recipes, and menu inspirations that correlate to each week's harvest.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 15, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per household. Limit 1 per order. New customers only. Delivery only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Brewers Organics
Vowing to help the local farmer, Brewers Organics serves as a middleman between the fruits of the field and customers looking for organically grown produce delivered straight to their door. Combining the fruits and vegetables of these farmers’ labor, the staff creates produce boxes that come in sizes suitable for feeding a single person or arming a family for a tomato fight. The shop allows clients to customize their box from the weekly selection of in-season produce, forgoing the broccoli they dislike for more leafy greens or opting to add in specialty items such as oyster mushrooms and kiwi berries.