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Falling for Autumn

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By now, you’ve probably all sipped a pumpkin spice latte, savored a slice of pumpkin bread, or devoured a pint of pumpkin ice cream. If you’re in the fall-is-for-pumpkin-spice-everything camp, we’re right there with you. Truth be told, we’re obsessed with all forms of autumn squash at the moment, from acorn and butternut to delicata and spaghetti. Wondering how to turn a pumpkin into dinner rather than a jack-o-latern? Discover fall’s most delicious squash recipes. Then bring a bit of autumn’s bold colors to your desktop as a reminder to savor the season by downloading the October 2016 Good Food Calendar to your desktop. Just click on the ideal version for your screen and then choose save/download. 2560 x 1600 […]

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The Farm-to-Fork Sustainability of Your Good Food

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Have you ever wondered if getting grocery deliveries is greener than making trips to the store for food for your family? To celebrate one of our favorite holidays, Earth Day, we assessed our eco-impact—& yours as a customer. Check out this fun infographic that traces your box’s sustainable journey from the farm to your fork.

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Our Joy Delivered Guarantee

Take us up on our Joy Delivered Guarantee. We want you to be overjoyed with every aspect of our service—from your first click to your last bite. If you’re ever not delighted, don’t hesitate to let us know because we want to make it more than right. To make it even easier, save our customer service number (888.2.VEGGIE) in your phone!

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Go Natural When Dyeing Easter Eggs

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  When I was a kid, every Easter I dunked eggs in mugs filled with those fizzing tablets that instantly produced vibrant colors. It was the ’70s, or the better-living-through-chemistry decade, when no one questioned how chemicals affected our health. Today, even though the kits sold in stores proclaim to be nontoxic, many still contain synthetic food dyes that studies have linked to allergies and behavioral problems like ADHD in children. Why not skip the kits with neon colors and glitter pens (they contain polyurethane) and go au naturel this spring? Using veggies, fruits, spices, tea, and coffee will produce a vivid array of hues from soft pastels to deep, earthy tones. Of course, creating dyes with organic produce will help […]

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Simplify Shopping Tip: Customize Your Order

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We know that some families gobble up apples & others prefer pears. That’s why we’re flexible & want you to get the most out of every delivery. Each week you have a delivery scheduled, you’ll have a chance to customize your subscription produce box. Your order will always be ready for revising on Friday, regardless of your delivery day. From that point, you can swap out up to 5 of the items curated by our organic produce experts & add in the fruits or veggies you want instead. No substitutions needed? Great! Then we’ll go ahead & send you the fresh produce selected ​for that week. Here are 5 quick steps that will show you how to ensure each box […]

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You know the go-to foods you buy every week for your family? No need to search for them each time you shop when you can reorder those staples at the Restock section. There you’ll find items you most often buy so you can add them to your cart with one click. Boom!–your weekly shopping is done. At Restock, you can also create a shopping list you can add to any time. We mean any time of day or night, while wearing your office duds or sweaty workout garb—even after your Weekly Order is locked. Then, once it’s unlocked, you can quickly add those foods to your cart. 1. Let’s tour Restock. On the page, you’ll see two sections: My Frequent […]

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Reflecting on 2015, Revving up for 2016

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Looking Back at 2015 & Forward to 2016 What a wonderful—and action-packed—2015! We were reminded yet again that Mother Nature is always in charge. She brought heavy spring rains that kept our local farmers from planting their fields and delayed the growing season by several weeks. Meanwhile, our West Coast friends were having the opposite problem, thanks to a record-breaking drought. So here in Colorado, we enjoyed delicious spinach and fresh rhubarb from local farms while waiting patiently for the rest of our local season’s bounty. But we had plenty of events to keep us busy, including the Local Food Summit, Healthy Living Expo, Earth Day, VegFest, and Lafayette Peach Festival. We fueled our high-altitude athletes with organic bananas at […]

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