From the Pioneer Valley: Atlas Farm Swiss chard, red leaf lettuce, kale and collard greens, and oregano from Happy Valley! And, it’s getting hot: you can put out a cooler for us to transfer your produce to, or switch up your delivery location to a shadier spot. Read the Newsletter!
Archive for May, 2011
We’ve had a few questions about this and we wanted to make sure everyone knew. All Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday customers: your delivery day isn’t changing this coming week! We’ll still be bringing you your scheduled delivery on regular day.
Thank you and have a great weekend!
- The Boston Organics Crew
Residents of Newton Lower Falls: Next Thursday is your day! Which is to say, we start delivering to zip code 02462, Newton Lower Falls, on Thursdays starting next Thursday June 2nd! You can sign up here.
(Don’t live in 02462 yourself but know someone who does? We’d greatly appreciate it if you’d give them a heads up that we’re now serving their area!)
This week marks the official return of the Atlas Farm greens! This week we have lettuce and kale from Atlas Farm in South Deerfield MA, grown in the very fields you see pictured above. Atlas grows some top notch produce out in western MA – we love working with them and we’re happy to have their veggies back in the boxes this week! (Read the Newsletter.)
You asked for herbs and we got ‘em! This week is the first week of cut herbs from Happy Valley Organics in South Deerfield, Mass. We’ve got cut basil, chives, oregano and rosemary. (That’s not all! We’ve also got baby greens from Atlas Farm and a new variety of cheese, the astoundingly delicious garlic cheddar, from Neighborly Farms.) Check out the Newsletter!
After waaay too long out of service with mechanical issues, the Boston Organics delivery bike is BACK ON THE ROAD!! Intrepid bike pilot Paul, as pictured here, is out making deliveries in Charlestown today. We’re going to be doing bike deliveries close to our warehouse in Charlestown and in areas that are difficult to access with a van. If you see Paul out on the road, give him a wave!
The start of strawberry season! And: German Butterball potatoes from Maine, spinach from Vermont, and basil from Massachusetts! Check out the Newsletter.