Remember the fun of trading baseball cards? We’ve created a new version showcasing some of our personal heroes: local farmers who grow & raise the Good Food we deliver to you. Each week throughout July, we’ll introduce you to a new farm & share their stories. Look out for the fourth & last card, a coloring contest for the kiddos & a chance to win a farmer starter kit. Enjoy the cards & collect ’em all! Full Circle Farms founder Dave Asbury & his team grow over 100 varieties of USDA-certified organic vegetables in Longmont. Learn more >> Download farmer card >> For more than 100 years, Ela Family Farms has produced some of the most flavorful fruit on […]
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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.
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 […]
Winter time is the perfect time for hearty stews. Root vegetables are at their sweetest this time of year. They work great in traditional lamb and beef stews, and, in this recipe, complement the light taste of fish. It can also be made without any meat for a wonderful Vegan feast. I chose to use Barramundi. It’s an up-and-coming fish, called the “anti-salmon“. I haven’t found locally farmed Barramundi yet, but my local supermarket stocks an imported variety. The article I linked to talks about the health benefits, but what surprised me about barramundi is how wonderful it tastes. The flavor is sweet, buttery and not fishy in the slightest. The flesh is light, but firm enough to hold together […]