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What You'll Get
Milkmen were once regarded as key members of communities, providing households with milk that could be dried into flakes and used as snow for family reenactments of Fargo. Carry on an American tradition with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $50 worth of groceries delivered to your door from Winder Farms. This Groupon also includes the $15 signup fee and the delivery fee ($2.99 in Utah), giving this deal about a $68 total value. Additionally, those who redeem this Groupon within 30 days can get $60 worth of groceries. Groceries cannot be delivered to apartments.
Winder Farms offers more than 300 farm-fresh products delivered door-side in a cooler box. All-natural milk—free of artificial growth hormones or antibiotics and housed in half-gallon bottles ($3.19) or classic glass milk jugs ($3.59)—takes 24–36 hours to travel from the farm to your doorstep. Design a dinner or a built-to-scale model of the Parthenon from skinless and boneless chicken ($13.99 for 2 lb.). Or let Winder Farms prep ravioli stuffed with squash ($5.99 for 12 oz.) or lobster ($9.99 for 12 oz.), or chicken enchiladas with rice and beans bathed in mole sauce ($5.99 for 2). Freshly squeezed orange juice ($4.99 for a half-gallon) can be soaked up with white bread ($3.99) or molasses wheat bread ($4.49).
All deliveries are made overnight and guaranteed by 8 a.m., arriving before stomachs start to yelp like a pony imitating a dog for an order of old-fashioned pancake mix ($3.59) and two pounds of cut fruit salad ($9.99). Schedule a recurring order to remove "Buy eggs" ($2.79–$4.89) from the to-do list permanently tattooed on your upper back.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 27, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per household, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per order. New customers only. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Winder Farms
In 1916, Winder Dairy still delivered its bottles of milk by horse and wagon—but only because founder John R. Winder found the quadruped "more efficient" than the Model T delivery truck brought in the year before. Today, under the new moniker Winder Farms, fifth- and sixth-generation Winders uphold their family's reputation for speed, delivering cooler boxes packed with more than 300 farm-fresh products to customers' doorsteps each night. All-natural milk⎯free of artificial growth hormones or antibiotics and housed in classic glass milk jugs⎯takes 24 to 36 hours to travel from farm to doorstep, and natural and organic skinless and boneless chicken also zips to grills and skillets.
All deliveries are made overnight and guaranteed by 8 a.m. Customers can select their desired goods online, and recurring orders grant the freedom to remove "buy eggs" from the to-do list permanently tattooed on your upper back. Winder Farms also sells wholesale quantities of its milk, juice, and bakery items, as well as complete meals such as ravioli and enchiladas.