Are you so passionate about Good Food that you often grab your smartphone to capture (and share) your yummiest, healthiest creations? Show us your Good Food selfies by entering our Eat Better Challenge photo contest on Facebook between January 15 and January 24, 2016—and we’ll give you $5 to spend at the Shop. (You can also enter by posting to Instagram with #eatbetter16.) It’s that easy and everyone’s a winner! To learn how to create even more drool-worthy images, check out these 9 tips from pro photographers. 1. Shut off your flash. Always turn off your smartphone’s automatic flash. “Nothing mucks up a pretty picture more than a hard blast of light,” says Brad Haynes, who shoots gorgeous food shots for Door to Door Organics. “Your phone’s automatic white balance […]
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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 […]
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 […]
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.
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! Your order will always be ready for revising on Friday, regardless of your delivery day. Then you’ll have until your order locks on the day before your delivery day to sub out up to 5 items you don’t like for foods you love, as well as add groceries. We’ll […]
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Nutritious food is one of the most important investments you can make in your family’s health. Plus, it just tastes better, right? That’s why we work hard to make the food we carry as affordable as possible. We know that the better the value, the more Good Food you’ll be able to get onto your plate. So here are nine easy ways to shop smart, save money, and make your dollars go farther with us! 1. Build meals from our Sale section. Let our sale section inspire your meal planning. For example, sale protein + sale vegetables + sale carbohydrate = lean meal on a lean budget. To save even more, buy sale items in bulk, freeze extras, and enjoy […]