George Orwell's abandoned novel Pineapple Farm tells the story of the unruly fruits' disastrous efforts to harvest themselves using fire and wishes. Reap successfully farmed, affectionate fruits with today's Groupon. For $15, you get $35 worth of organic groceries delivered from Farm Fresh Delivery. Farm Fresh Delivery is a healthy, preservative-free way to support local farmers and artisans.
Trips to the grocery store induce awkward encounters with lackluster acquaintances from stamp club and the time-consuming, morally draining process of choosing produce. Today's deal saves the greater Cincinnati area from public scrutiny by delivering fresh, organic products from local Midwest farmers and artisans (call ahead to see if your location is eligible for delivery). Unlike reruns, doppelgangers, and Keanu Reeves's acting technique, Farm Fresh produce bins are never the same. Cucumbers, oranges, avocados, apples, mangos, pineapples, asparagus, or almost any fruit or vegetable can make it into Farm Fresh's selection, depending on the season; click here to see this week's picks. Year-round choices include all-natural breads, farm-fresh eggs, organic cheeses and milk, honey, jams and preserves, fresh and frozen pastas, and loose-leaf teas. Each bin is completely customizable, which encourages you to get creative with an assortment of organic matter.
After signing up on Farm Fresh's website, you can choose which day carrier cranes deliver your bin of produce (crates are delivered between 12 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tuesday–Friday). The minimum for a delivery order is $35. Check out the FAQ for answers to common questions.
- It may sound ridiculous, but I actually get excited about my Farm Fresh delivery every Thursday. Everytime I open that green tote, it's like Christmas. I usually forget everything I ordered, so it's a bit of a surprise going through everything. – Kenneth Coppens, Associated Content
- I’ve gotten sick of going to the grocery every 4 or 5 days just to buy fresh produce, so the idea of having the food arrive on my doorstep is really appealing. – Jennette Fulda, PastaQueen