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What It Means to Be a Better Business [Infographic]

B-corp Birthday CakeDid you know we’re a certified B Corp, or Benefit Corporation? We were the first grocer in Colorado to meet these rigorous standards for social and corporate responsibility—which means we work hard to make the world better: for our team, our communities & the planet. As we celebrate our 3rd B-Corp B-day (at right), we are deepening our commitment to create even more positive impact. Learn how B Corps use the power of business as a force for good—and what Door to Door Organics is doing to make a difference below:

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Online Grocery Shopping on the Rise

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It’s no surprise to you, our customers, that people are shopping for groceries online more often. That’s what we confirmed when we polled 1,100 online grocery shoppers across the country in our first national survey. However, we were surprised to find that while the convenience of buying groceries online may save shoppers a trip to the store, most still rely on a number of brick-and-mortar stores as well as online shops to get their grocery shopping done each week. Check out more findings from our survey below and insights that Forbes and other media outlets are finding interesting. Download this infographic.Embed Our Infographic On Your Site!Image Width%px<img src="https://blog.doortodoororganics.com/colorado/files/2015/07/Survey2015_Infographic_v3_web.jpg" alt="Online Grocery Shopping on the Rise – An Infographic from Door to […]

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Share Your Farm Drawing for a Chance to Win!

Create Your Own Farmer Card

You’ve met some of our favorite farmers on the trading cards that arrived in your box over the last few weeks. Now it’s your chance (or your kiddo’s) to pull out the colored markers or pencils & draw yourself as a farmer. Let your imagination grow wild! Have even more fun on the flip side, filling in the farm story “Mad Lib,” which is a blast to do with a friend. Post your drawing on our Facebook page or Instagram using #IfIWereAFarmer and #doortodoororganics by August 2, 2015. You just might win a Back to the Roots Garden-in-a-Can. Find the official rules for the If I Were a Farmer Coloring Contest here. Download this coloring page by clicking the image […]

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Follow Our Five Fave Foodies

Meet our favorite food mavens! They’ll be the first to alert you to hidden ingredients in foods with a “health halo” & clue you in to cool, new products before they hit the shelves. They’ll dish up only the best, proven recipes so you never disappoint at a dinner party. And they’ll definitely cure your case of the food blahs with exotic culinary inspiration from their world travels! Follow these 5 food hubs & you’ll be cooking better, smarter & healthier in no time! This daily online food magazine offers loads of pragmatic wisdom on healthy eating & cooking. Why follow: Get easy weeknight recipes, how-to articles & money-saving kitchen strategies. Get a taste: A Quick Guide To Ingredient Substitutions Where […]

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In the flat expanses of northern Colorado, about 30 miles east of the foothills, sits Strohauer Farms. Here, on 3,000 acres of land outside the small town of La Salle, third-generation farmer Harry Strohauer and his dedicated team cultivate corn and specialty onions such as shallots and cipollini. But their most famous crop is potatoes. They grow mainstay types like russet, red, Yukon Gold, and Purple Majesty, along with four fingerling varieties: Russian Banana, Rose Finn, French, and Purple Peruvian. The first generation of Strohauer Farms put down roots in the Greeley area in the early 1900s when Harry’s grandfather (who had 10 sons!) began working the land. In the 1930s, Harry’s father moved the farming operation to its current […]

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Farmer Cards Are Back! Check Out the 2015 Series

Collect 'Em All!

We’re inspired by the local family farmers who grow & raise the Good Food we deliver to you. That’s why we get so excited about sharing their stories. One of our favorite ways? Our popular farmer “baseball” cards, back again this summer. Enjoy the cards below!   Full Circle Farms founder Dave Asbury & his team grow over 100 varieties of USDA-certified organic vegetables in Longmont. Learn more >> Download farmer card >>   For more than 100 years, Ela Family Farms has produced some of the most flavorful fruit on Colorado’s Western Slope. Learn more >> Download farmer card >>   For over 80 years, the farming family behind Strohauer Farms has worked alongside dedicated employees to cultivate some […]

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50,000 Ways We Support Organic, Local Farmers

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Working alongside his father near Longmont, Dave Asbury dug into farming at age 11. Although he never set out to become a farmer, he did study agricultural education at Colorado State University with the thought of teaching. After working at a friend’s wholesale produce business after college, he finally took the plunge in 1984, purchasing 50 acres along Highway 66 in Longmont and starting a pumpkin patch. Today, Dave and a staff of seven operate Full Circle Farms on 1,100 acres, partly owned and partly leased in an often-challenging growing environment, the high-country desert. Working in fields that boast fabulous view of Rocky Mountain National Park’s Longs Peak, Dave and his team use eco-friendly, USDA-certified organic methods such as rotating […]

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