Door to Door Organics #joydelivered

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I was recently provided with an opportunity through Moms Meet to introduce my friends to Door to Door Organics. We had a sampling party and had a lot of fun, but I just thought I’d blog about it as well, so you all could experience it too. I received a credit to Door to Door Organics in order to sample it, but that credit did not come with conditions that I must enjoy it or think positively of it. 

Door to Door Organics provides fresh, organic produce and local, natural groceries delivered to your house weekly or bi-weekly. They’re committed to providing Good Food straight to your door.

First off, let’s start with their site. I find their site extremely easy to use. I mean, part of that is the fact that I am internet savvy, but I feel even if I wasn’t it would be easy to use. I love how customizable everything is. They have several different box sizes, so you can pick the box size that’s right for you and it’s easy to change the size at any time. You can also sub up to 5 things in your box with things you’d rather have, which I find extremely helpful! You may or may not know this, but I am somewhat of a picky eater. I have gotten a lot better as an adult, but I can only handle trying so many new things at a time, so it’s nice to have that flexibility to swap things out. You can also add produce you love or produce you want to never see to your preferences, in case you have allergies or things you just absolutely hate.

For my get together, I picked the medium box. You have until 12 pm the day before it arrives to change your box and you better believe that I changed it a million and one times – ha! I just couldn’t decide – there are so many options. On the day when your box arrives, it comes in a bright yellow van and the delivery person was very nice. It was so exciting! Even though I knew everything that was in it, I still felt like a kid at Christmas.


Contents of my box. Everything pictured is from the medium box, except the raspberries and the bread I added on extra.

Contents of my box. Everything pictured is from the medium box, except the raspberries and the bread I added on extra.

Then came the day of my party! I turned the zucchini into zucchini bread, the avocado into guacamole, the lettuce into a salad, and the rainbow chard I sautéed with some garlic and parmesan on the advice of the internet.

Our Spread

Our Spread

I have to say, I was extremely impressed by the quality, as I think was everyone. I tried new things – which is a big step for me – and liked it all (except maybe the grapefruit, but I don’t know if there was anything you could do to grapefruit to make me like it – haha – but other people liked it). But the pear and the kiwi were perfectly ripe and the rainbow chard was amazing. I could definitely see adding that to pasta. The lettuce had great flavor too and that bread was awesome. You could really tell in just everything you ate that it was quality. As I said to Nick, these are the most beautiful zucchini and they baked into bread excellently as well.

Overall, I was definitely very pleased with it. The quality was great and the service was great as well. I could order from them again with confidence knowing that the produce will be high quality and carefully packed and delivered with care. And it got this picky eater to try new fruits and vegetables.

I can offer you a code for $15 dollars off your first box! If you’d like this, leave your e-mail address in the comments and I’ll send you an e-mail so it generates a code unique to you. If you do this, I’ll also get a $15 dollar credit, but don’t do it just because of me. Only do it if you’re really interested in it! Also if you check out their Facebook page, now (through the end of today) they have a code for 51% off your first box. Also, if you have any questions about my experience or how it works that I didn’t answer, feel free to leave those in the comments as well!

You can find Door to Door Organics at their website, twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.

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