Obtaining quality organic produce can be a chore at even the best of markets, and growing it at home during colder months is impossible without employing surly, foul-mouthed garden gnomes. Let someone else "do it yourself" with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Delivered Organic Groceries and Produce
Shop from an inventory that includes produce, organic meats ($4.99+), pantry items such as whole-bean coffee ($13+/lb.), organic canned veggies ($1.89+), and baking ingredients ($2.69+). Bins of fresh produce ($25+) are delivered straight to doorsteps and include a variety of seasonal fruits and veggies. The bins are fully customizable; customers can choose items from pre-selected bins, but can also swap out items without increasing the bin's price.
To see if Mile High Organics delivers to your neighborhood, check the delivery schedule. There is an extra $2.50 fee for Colorado Springs delivery and a $7.00 fee for Evergreen delivery. Goods are delivered in reusable, insulated delivery contains, so customers don't have to be home at the time of delivery.
Mile High Organics
Mile High Organics delivers organic, non-genetically modified produce, natural groceries, and other eco-friendly goods directly to the home. Freshly stocked produce bins host a swinging soiree of assorted nutrients colorfully frocked in fruited finery and vegetable vestments. The contents changes weekly and, with more than 100 items on their weekly specials page, can include anything from cameo apples to satsuma seedless tangerines. Unlike farmers' markets, backyard gardens, and the Shamrock Shake, Mile High Organics is available year-round. Any desired produce not included in the bin, such as blueberries or locally grown roma tomatoes, can be added at its individual price.
Mile High Organics also carries a line of humanely raised family-farm organic meats, such as turkey, pork, and beef, and pantry stockers include fresh soups, cheeses, baked goods, and spices. The online grocer practices earth-friendly habits by delivering along efficient, geographically planned routes and collecting reusable bins for future use.