Organic vegetables are grown without the use of pesticides, as they naturally repel pests by threatening to spoil popular TV dramas that the bugs haven't caught up on. Show good taste with this Groupon.
$15 for $31.50 Worth of Delivered Organic Produce
Boxes of seasonal certified organic produce from local farms come with recipes and free delivery to your doorstep. This Groupon will cover a regular-size mixed box of fruits and vegetables, the no-cooking-required mostly fruit box, a veggies-only box, or a fruit-only box. You can also apply this Groupon toward the price of any home delivery. When you place an order for a box, you may request to swap an item you don't like for a more favored item. Please click here to check whether Farm Fresh To You delivers to your area. If you're in a valid delivery region, this link will also inform you of your weekly delivery day.
Farm Fresh To You
In 1976, two UC Davis graduate students bought 20 acres of land in the highly arable Capay Valley. One of the students, Kathleen Barsotti, was working toward her master's degree in ecology and was determined to grow vegetables and fruits in an eco-friendly way: organically. The organic-food movement hadn't yet entered the public consciousness, and Kathleen worked overtime to convince restaurants, stores, and consumers of the taste-able merits of her process. Over time, given the possible health and environmental benefits of certified organic food, she succeeded. The farm sprouted to 300 acres to accommodate the increased demand. Today, a second generation runs the farm as well as a shop inside San Francisco's Ferry Building. Dubbed Farm Fresh To You, the store furnishes customers' bags or portable cornucopia horns with all sorts of soil-sprouted goods, including heirloom tomatoes, sweet peas, and fresh asparagus. The farm also teams up with fellow Yolo County and Pacific Northwest farms to deliver boxes of seasonal produce to area homes.
75% of 1,190 customers recommend
“I love the organic food It brings back the flavors from growing up, food that tasted good before science got involved with farming!”
“Most of the produce was great I got one split heirloom tomato that was moldy though”