Click above to buy a two-week personal bin from Eden's Organics for $26 ($52 value). Buy here for a regular bin for $36 ($72 value).
As our nation moves further and further toward commissioning organic asphalt and organic Thursday-night television programming, organic foods are becoming increasingly popular. Today's Groupon provides two fresh-feeding options from Eden's Organics: for $26, new clients get two weeks' worth of organic produce in a personal bin (a $52 value); or for $36, new clients get a two-week-supply regular bin (a $72 value). The regular bin arrives with a garden blend of 12–15 items, while the personal bin contains the same goods but in a smaller quantity fit for one organic feaster. Call to schedule your start date or enter your Groupon number here and your deliveries will begin the following week. After the two weeks are up, you can choose to continue the service; using this Groupon does not automatically enroll customers in a reoccurring delivery plan.
Eden's Organics lives under a basic philosophy that nourishment should be nourishing. The benefits of organic produce range from its fullness of flavor to its eco-friendly and health-conscious means of production. Organic grub is good for the environment and for the consumer, reminding many a fair-toothed fruit-salad chewer of the seasonal juicy joys of honeygold grapefruits, Hass avocados, D'Anjou pears, and more. Eden's Organics makes healthy eating an easy and inexpensive venture through its fleet of delivery vans. Produce vehicles make weekly rounds to the front doors of all homes within this map. For those who live outside but work inside of the demarcated regions, deliveries can be made to an office or business to elicit envy from lunchbox-toting colleagues.
The contents of each delivery vary by week, allowing adventurous foodies to explore the possibilities of a wealth of new vitamin sources. If you choose to continue the service after your two-week supply, no long-term commitment is required; customers are free to discontinue their service in favor of launching their own organic garden-farms at any time. Check out some frequently asked questions here and a full rundown of the process here.