What You'll Get
People buy groceries and bring them home so that they will always have food in their fridge and so that they won't have to kiss grapefruits in public in the middle of the produce aisle. Take care of private matters inside the home with this Groupon.
- C$57 for C$100 worth of groceries
Shoppers may choose from a variety of grocery items such as Amy’s Organic lentil soup, organic beef burgers, and Avalon organic milk.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per household. Vancouver location only. Tax and refundable bin deposit not included. New customers or customers who have not utilized the service in 6 months or greater only. Cannot be used with any other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Green Earth Organics
According to Green Earth Organics, the term “certified organic” means “the food has been grown according to strict uniform standards which are verified by an independent state or private organization.” Therefore, as a delivery service that carries a selection of certified organic products, Green Earth Organics gets its inventory from farms and processing facilities that have been scrupulously inspected and tested. There are many reasons the staff at Green Earth says shoppers should go organic—from better flavour with no chemicals to protecting farm workers and a future generation. They make it easy for consumers to make the switch by supplying organic meats and produce, canned soups, and condiments. They fill small, medium, or large bins with such weekly produce as strawberries, green chard, mangoes, and russet potatoes. They also carry a selection of environmentally friendly products and organic toiletries.
Green Earth goes one step further in saving the earth by easing car-exhaust emissions by delivering groceries to the home or turtle shell. The service also reduces the use of plastic bags and saves customers the time spent finding a parking spot and waiting in line at the grocery store.