Stealing veggies from the neighbor's garden may seem like the cure for one's hunger, but it requires a lot of tedious burrowing under fences, fistfights with raccoons, and the ever-present risk of randomly poisoned carrots. Today's Groupon keeps you on good terms with the world around you by filling up your pantry with fresh, organic fruits and veggies from Door to Door Organics East. Choose one of the following four options:
- For $13, you get a Bitty Box of mixed fruit and veggies delivered to your door (a $26 value)
- For $13, you get a Bitty Box of fruit only (a $26 value)
- For $19, you get a small box of fruit only (a $39 value)
- For $19, you get a small box of mixed fruit and veggies (a $39 value)
- For $19, you get a small veggies-only box (a $39 value)
To find out your next delivery day, check here; you don’t have to be home to greet your delivery pigeon. Tax and gratuity are not included. See sidebar for valid delivery areas.
Here's how Door to Door Organics East works. Start by choosing a Bitty or small box of heart-healthy fruits, veggies, or both. The produce changes each week according to what's in season, but it's all organic, and locally grown when possible, thanks to the personal and professional relationships Door to Door's owners have developed with local farmers. For example, a recent menu for a small mixed box included 11 types of produce, including pears, Valencia oranges, bananas, apples, yams, grape tomatoes, butter lettuce, kale, dandelion greens, carrots, and broccolli. If you like your box of produce, you can subscribe to Door to Door Organics East for regular deliveries.
Instead of resorting to Pop-Tart and Cheez Whiz sandwiches for dinner again, achieve a sustainable, preservative-free life starting with a box of fresh produce from Door to Door Organics East. Eating fruits and vegetables is a large part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle, keeping you energetic and quick-witted in case any eccentric millionaires invite you to their island to participate in their hunt for "the most dangerous game."