Archive for 2010

The Year in Review

Thanks for a great 2010!  We are so appreciative of our always loyal customers and thrive off of your wonderful feedback and support.  2010 was a great year for Door to Door Organics as we worked to rebuild the way people source and shop for food, making it delightful and good for people, communities and the environment. Some of the great improvements you saw in 2010 include: New partnerships with local organic farmers including Lippis Family Farms, Osage Gardens, Fossil Creek Farms and Isabelle Farms – making an even better All Local Box option available through the Colorado growing season More customization for our customers – up to 5 substitutions and choice of delivery day for some customers (more options coming in […]

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Good Food

We’ve always been a company that promotes health, sustainability and local farms, but recently we decided to formalize the ‘core values’ of Door to Door Organics.  Here is what we came up with: We care about what you eat…. …we eat it too!  We sell the highest quality, organic, natural, fresh, simple, delicious and safe food.   We advocate for food we love. Redefine Good Food We believe in and advocate for organic agriculture, but Good Food goes far ‘beyond organic’.  Good Food is the best of quality, environmental impact, social impact, economic impact, health impact and more.   Getting Good Food is more complicated than it should be and we’re not perfect at it, but we’re working hard to do it […]

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Recipe Resources for the Everyday Cook

We are all busy these days. Between jobs, kids, classes, appointments, and all the other things we squeeze into our days, it’s sometimes hard to find the time to sit down to a home cooked meal. How many days do you come home to your beautiful box of Door to Door Organics produce and ask yourself, “what in the world am I going to cook for dinner?”.

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The Blue Range Ranch

Today I had the pleasure of meeting George Whitten.  George Whitten is part of a dying breed; he is a Rancher and has been for nearly 30 years.  George and his wife Julie Sullivan own and operate Blue Range Ranch in the San Luis Valley of Southern Colorado.  They raise 100% organic, grass fed, grass finished beef.  They currently supply Door to Door Organics will all of our beef including roasts, steaks, bones, organs, and ground.  Today, George delivered (by hand, in person, and with his own vehicle) our next shipment of beef. I had never met George before today, and after making the 200 mile drive from his ranch to our warehouse, he was kind enough to sit and […]

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