While it often is true that an apple a day keeps the doctor away, changing the locks and filing a restraining order is the best way to drive the point home. Save fruit for its intended purpose with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of fresh produce from OK Fruit.
OK Fruit unites produce and the public by hauling fresh fruits and vegetables directly from Okanagan farms to more than a dozen pickup sites. After placing orders in advance, customers meet their fruits and vegetables at designated locations before carting them home for cooking, snacking, and housebreaking. Depending on the season, produce fiends can steal away with a generous bounty of various fruits and vegetables, including organic selections. Picked just days before delivery, typical OK Fruit offerings include bing or lapin cherries ($28 for a 10 lb. case), pea shoots ($27.50 for a 2 lb. bag), and alfalfa sprouts ($12.50 for a 2 lb. tray). Taunt malevolent lawn mowers with an organic wheatgrass tray ($15), or stock up on slingshot ammunition with hydro-cooled organic cherries ($3.75/lb.). By selling only local, farm-picked fruits and veggies at predetermined pickup locations, OK Fruit is able to boast fresher produce at prices that may be lower than those at local supermarkets and allow customers to avoid automatic-sliding-door injuries. OK Fruit also distributes raw food, including pizza crusts, flatbreads, wraps, and desserts. Produce prices may vary.