Vegetables are the antizombie, rising out of the ground to demand we devour their artichoke hearts and cauliflower brains. Hunt down some new green friends with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of prearranged or custom produce boxes delivered from Green Buffalo Food Company. Click here for a delivery-area map and eligible delivery zip codes.
The green thumbs at Green Buffalo Food Company pack chilled boxes with locally grown, certified-organic produce and deliver them through a weekly or biweekly subscription service. Their smallest carton, The Mini ($24.99), comes chock-full of fruits and veggies hailing from Fort Collins, Loveland, Hotchkiss, and beyond, with the impression of Fossil Creek Farms' fertile soil still creased into the cheeks of sleepy sweet potatoes. Other recently featured growables in the prearranged assortment include endive lettuce, butternut squash, heirloom tomatoes, and gala apples. Customers may also choose boxes that contain just fruits or just vegetables, and can ban specific items from their vitamin-stuffed parcel based on personal taste, allergies, or a severely emotional response to onions.
Green Buffalo Food Company
Green Buffalo Food Company lets customers avoid the grocery-store rigmarole by gracing doorsteps with certified organic and locally grown fruits and veggies that are free from harmful pesticides, chemical fertilizers, and GMOs. Each week, clients choose their favorite seasonal veggies and fruits, which they can eat solo or use to create crowd-pleasing and wholesome meals from Green Buffalo Food Company’s regular recipe suggestions. Every box full of healthful, delicious greens and fruits feature items from area farms such as Fossil Creek Farms, Triple V Ranch, and Fiddletown Bakery and help customers connect their diets to the earth without munching on a gob of molten mantle.
Green Buffalo Food Company keeps a close eye on its chain of supply to keep up its commitment to sustainability. The company uses the shortest routes possible for deliveries and cuts down on wastefulness by using recyclable packing materials and composting organic waste.