Healthy living, like catching a really fast pig, requires balance, discipline, and a lack of grease. Move toward a healthier existence with today's Groupon: for $17, you get an 18-pound box of locally grown and organic fruits and vegetables at Glacier Valley CSA (a $35 value). Boxes are available for pick-up at 10 different locations.
Glacier Valley's CSA guides green-conscious gobblers toward great flavors and sustainable practices with a veritable cornucopia of almost entirely Alaskan-grown fruits and veggies. Like climates and the social lives of snowmen, the contents of Glacier Valley's boxes shift with the seasons, with edible offerings changing weekly.
Recent collections have contained Alaskan potatoes, carrots, organic navel oranges from the greater United States, and hearty winter foliage such as green-leaf lettuce. Each brimming box contains an illuminating newsletter that provides potent uses for the produce within, including instructions for crafting delicious meals or tasty to-scale models of Mount Rushmore.
Community-Supported Agriculture, or CSA, is a community of consumers committed to supporting local agriculture by buying fresh produce directly from the farms themselves. Today's deal allows casual chompers to catch a charge from adding healthier elements to their daily diets and grants Earth-saving eaters the knowledge that their purchase has aided the environment more successfully than their solar-powered treadmills or hand-whittled mp3 players.
Though today's Groupon requires you to sign up for a Glacier Valley CSA membership in order to pick up your produce, there is no charge for registration, and it may be canceled as soon as you've received your box if you wish. Please see the Fine Print and this FAQ for complete details.