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Produce Storage Tips

Love fresh, organic produce but hate when it shrivels & wilts before you can use it? Try these tricks to keep your fruits & vegetables fresh longer. Let’s start with these 6 tips: Store fruits & vegetables separately. Fruits like bananas & melons emit the ripening hormone ethylene as a gas, which can speed spoilage of other items. Chop tops. Removing carrots & beet tops helps these veggies retain nutrients & stay fresh longer. Don’t toss beet greens—cook ’em like chard! Let veggies breathe. Store them in reusable mesh bags or unsealed plastic bags. Wait to wash most produce until you’re ready to eat it. Dampness can promote spoilage. Once you’ve cut it, refrigerate it. Wrap tightly in plastic. A […]

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Eat Like a Locavore! Your Guide to Eating in Season

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Here’s your month-by-month plan for picking our most popular produce at its peak freshness & nutrition. Plus, meet the fabulous farmers who grow all this yummy Good Food your family loves.

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Meet One of Our Favorite Local Foodies

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Meet Jaime Lopez of the South on Broadway food blog. She’s a busy Denver mom with a lifestyle blog for lovers of food, design, fashion, and travel. We also think she’s an inspiration for healthy living. We recently asked Jaime to share how Door to Door Organics makes her life a little easier. How does Door to Door Organics simplify your life? “I use Door to Door Organics to keep healthy fresh produce in my home at all times. The items in my delivery are the starting point for my weekly meal planning and often dictate what I will cook for the week ahead. I love that Door to Door Organics has expanded their offerings to include sustainable seafood, locally roasted coffee, range-free eggs […]

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The Locavore’s Guide to Eating in Season

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Door to Door Organics Locavore’s Guide to Eating in Season is an at-a-glance calendar that makes it easy to eat locally & in season, which ensures you’re eating the most nutritious & delicious available. Find out when our most popular local produce will be at its peak & meet the farmers who grow all this delicious Good Food.

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How Door to Door Organics Works

How Door to Door Organics Works

Skip a trip to the store and do your weekly grocery shopping online in minutes. It’s fast, easy, and all your groceries are delivered right to your door.

You can trust our Perfect Pick Guarantee
The goodies in your box are picked & packed by people as picky about food as you are. But if you aren’t delighted with any item, just let us know—we’ll take care of it.

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What Is Good Food? Understanding Product Labels

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We only offer Good Food at our online Shop—food that’s good for your health, our community, and the planet, and food that most definitely makes your family’s bellies happy! We then make online grocery shopping easy by helping you quickly find products based on the food attributes that matter to you most. Here’s a guide to all our Good Food labels that we think best support your health & a healthy planet.   Our Banned Ingredients you will never find in products at the Door to Door Organics Shop: acesulfame-K (acesulfame potassium) acetylated esters of mono- and diglycerides ammonium chloride artificial colors artificial flavors aspartame azodicarbonamide benzoates BHA (butylated hydroxyanisole) BHT (butylated hydroxytoluene) bleached flour bromated flour brominated vegetable oil […]

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Meet the Family Who Grows Your Colorado Peaches

For more than 100 years, Ela Family Farms has cultivated a rich heritage of growing some of the tastiest fruit on the Western Slope of the Rocky Mountains. Located just outside the small town of Hotchkiss, fourth-generation farmer Steve Ela takes pride in growing organic peaches, apples, pears, and cherries. He also uses innovative, sustainable farming practices to ensure the health of his land and trees. The resulting fruit will soon be ripe enough to be picked at the peak of flavor and make the journey over the Continental Divide to your door.

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