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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New to Door to Door Organics? Get ready to enjoy the wonderful world of grocery shopping made joyful. It’s a world where you can shop in your PJs at midnight from the comfort of your couch & where groceries magically show up at your front door. It’s a world with fewer worries, just peace of mind knowing that your favorite grocery store only carries the best, worry-free foods! Welcome to #JoyDelivered! You have until 12 p.m. on the day before your delivery day to sub out up to 5 items you don’t like for foods you love, before your order locks at noon. Let us send you a heads-up email the day before to remind you to customize your order […]
We’re excited to share our first effort to assess the impacts our online delivery service has on the environment, as well as the communities we serve. In everything we do, we’re working to improve our effects on the planet and increase our support for local partners and neighbors. Through this assessment, we aim to share information about the steps we’re taking toward achieving a full-circle cycle of sustainability. We know you care about where your food comes from, who produces it, and how that process impacts our world, so discover how your food choices impact the environment, our community, and your family’s health in our infographic. To learn more, download our Sustainability Impact Assessment now. Download this infographic.Embed Our Infographic On […]
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If you’ve ever eaten sourdough bread, yogurt, or sauerkraut, you’ve enjoyed some form of fermented food. One variety called lacto-fermentation creates foods that are literally alive with probiotic microbes, which aids in digestion and absorption of nutrients. Often slightly fizzy, they also tend to boast spunky, downright sassy flavor. “Kids really like our foods,” says Mara King, resident chef and COO of Ozuké, a Lafayette, Colo.-based company that excels at all things pickled. Mara and her founding business partner, Willow King (no relation), love offering samples of their organic foods at local farmer’s markets and watching kids (and grownups) try fermented foods for the first time. It was this excitement of creating kimchi and live, raw kraut in their home kitchens—and […]
I’m Chad, the FoodiEO at Door To Door Organics. Ever since we were just a tiny team packing boxes of organic food in the garage of our founders’ home, we’ve been focused on empowering people to eat Good Food. We’re still focused on that today. And we know a big part of making it easy to eat healthy is also to make it affordable.
If you haven’t yet tried a fresh, locally made whoopie pie from Inglorious Monk Bakery, prepare yourself for a religious experience. Frustrated with the shortage of delicious allergen-free desserts in stores, Nancy Coppom of Longmont, Colo., started making gluten-free whoopie pies for her family, then friends. Having grown up near Pennsylvania’s Amish Country, where the whoopie pie was invented, she decided to create a gluten-free version. The results were unique and delicious. Word spread and soon a local restaurant owner called, wondering if she could supply a gluten-free dessert. Nancy dropped off samples of her chocolate whoopie pie—and didn’t make it back to her car before the owner (who’d just tasted one) ran out to place an order. Thus, in […]