You’ve stocked up on non-perishables, and your pantry and freezer are prepped and ready for an extended stay at home. But what about the fresh produce that needs to be restocked every couple of days? With more and more of us limiting our grocery store visits, finding affordable ways to get fresh produce delivery may be a better option.

Here’s a list of different options so you can make an informed decision on which fresh produce delivery service or local farm to choose.

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Fresh Produce Delivery Services

Local produce delivery can be easy and affordable with these subscription boxes:

 

1. Order fresh produce online from Imperfect Foods and get fresh produce delivery for just $16.

Imperfect Foods aims to reduce food waste by selling fruits and veggies that may have otherwise been tossed or passed on by other stores. While their process is slightly delayed and inventory is limited due to the increased demand, Imperfect Foods is still accepting orders. They deliver to most of the West South Central region, Midwest, Northeast, and all along the West Coast.

When you sign up for Imperfect Foods, you’ll have the option to choose a grocery plan and customize your box. Each box comes standard with 11 – 13 pounds of produce. Pricing starts at $16 and then ranges based on your customizations. Delivery adds an additional $4.99 – $5.99.

You may be able to qualify for a reduced rate. While Imperfect Foods can’t accept SNAP or similar programs, you can fill out a survey to let them know you’d like a discounted box. Anyone who meets the requirement for CalFresh/SNAP/EBT benefits can get boxes for 33% off.

 

2. Get your first Farm Fresh to You box for $12.50 using ORGANIC.

Farm Fresh to You offers fresh produce delivery services to most of Northern and Southern California. It features completely customizable shipments of fruits, veggies, or a mixture of the two. Or, select their most local produce delivery with their Traditional CSA box, which includes items only from neighboring farms.

Sign up for Farm Fresh to You and choose from an array of boxes starting at $27.50. The boxes range in size depending on how many people you are feeding, and the price per serving goes down as the box gets bigger. There is no additional cost for delivery since it’s already included in the base subscription price.

Even better, use ORGANIC for $15 off your first box.

 

3. Full Circle will give you $15 off your first fresh produce delivery.

Full Circle is the same as Farm Fresh to You, but it delivers to Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Alaska. When you sign up for Full Circle, you’ll have the option to choose from a Mixed Fruit and Veggie box, a Traditional CSA box, or an Organic Snack Pack. Size options are not as abundant as Farm Fresh to You, but prices still start at $27.50.

Get $15 off your first box using ORGANIC, or get $10 off your first four boxes using ORG40.

 

4. Order fresh produce online at Misfits Market and get 10 – 22 pounds of “imperfect produce” for as low as $22.

Misfits Market is a produce subscription box that helps reduce food waste and save you money by selling “misfit” produce. Get your produce delivered to Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Maine, Ohio, West Virginia, Washington D.C., Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, and Tennessee.

Sign up for Misfits Market and get boxes for as low as $22, plus an additional $4.50 for shipping. The boxes come with 10 – 22 pounds of produce and currently cannot be customized.

While browsing their site, wait for a pop-up to enter your email. You’ll receive a unique coupon code to save 25% on your first box.

 

5. Order Hungry Harvest fresh produce boxes for as little as $15.

Hungry Harvest delivers boxes of produce rescued from being wasted. If you live in Maryland, Washington DC, Virginia, Greater Philadelphia, Southern New Jersey, Northern Delaware, South Florida, The Triangle Area or Charlotte in North Carolina, or the Detroit Metro Area, then Hungry Harvest may be an option for you.

The boxes are customizable and can feed households of up to seven people. Sign up for Hungry Harvest and choose a box for as low as $15. Note that a delivery fee of $1.99 – $2.99 is added to orders under $29.99. Use ENDWASTE for $10 off your first box.

 

 

6. Farmbox Direct offers free produce delivery on every fresh produce box.

Farmbox Direct delivers produce to most of the continental U.S. While their boxes are a bit pricier starting at $43.95, delivery is always free. The subscription is semi-customizable with up to five substitutions per box.

Sign up for Farmbox Direct and use PALEOMOM10 for 30% off your first order.

 

Where to Get Fresh Produce Near Me:

 

7. Get locally grown farm fresh produce in Chicago, Illinois.

Alden Hills Organic Farms

All deliveries are free with a minimum order of $50. Alden Hills delivers fresh produce and groceries from Kenosha, WI to Lincoln Park, IL, and Marengo, IL. They also deliver to Milwaukee/Fond Du Lac once a month. If you are outside their delivery zone, they do offer shipping. Email them at l.powers8@gmail.com to ask if you can get home delivery.

Angelic Organics

Get organic fresh produce delivered to your home every week with Angelic Organics. Deliveries are every Thursday and cost $12 per delivery. They use Chicago Messenger Service, so make sure to check if you live within their home delivery zip code.

Nichols Farm and Orchard

Become a CSA farm shareholder and choose between several different share sizes to be delivered to your home anywhere in Chicagoland. Nichols Farm and Orchard‘s most standard fruit & vegetable share starts at $880 a year (upfront), which comes to $40 per week. This share size is ideal for two people or families with small children. They deliver fresh produce to you weekly for 22 weeks, June – Oct.

Although pricey upfront, the weekly delivery contains 10 – 12 different vegetables with a share of the most seasonal fruit each week. Plus, you will get access to the farms’ best fresh produce because you’ll own a share of their crop.

 

8. Get farm to table produce delivery in NYC, New York.

Local Roots

Local Roots grows their food within a two-hour radius of New York City. Right now Local Roots offers an array of subscriptions including two-week starter kits and weekly fresh produce for pickup and delivery. Their weekly fresh produce bundles start at $57.47 and go up to the $102.50 per weekly harvest, their most expensive bundle. On top of your bushel of fruits and veggies, you can also add “Seasonal Subscriptions” like meats, cheeses, mushrooms, and eggs.

Local Roots delivers in Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan for $15 per delivery, or you can prepay for delivery for the duration of your subscription at checkout. If you order more than $110 per week, you’ll get 50% off home delivery. That’s $7.50 savings!

Rustic Roots Delivery

Rustic Roots delivers to New York City, Brooklyn, Queens, and Long Island. They offer both subscriptions and one-time baskets as week-to-week options, like their fruits and veggies baskets for $59.99. They charge a flat-rate fee of $11.95 for each delivery.

Make sure to check out their “Weekly Specials” tab to find deals on produce.

 

9. Get guaranteed fresh produce boxes from local farms in Dallas, Texas.

Fresh Point produce

FreshPoint Dallas offers custom and pre-packed boxes of assorted fruits and veggies with so much more (including dairy, meats, eggs, beverages, beans, and grains) for as low as $20. You can place and prepay a “Market To Go” order for a contactless pickup, or you can get your boxes delivered using UberEats and Grubhub.

You can find FreshPoint Dallas under Sysco on UberEats and Grubhub if you’re having trouble finding it. UberEats delivers produce within an 11.5-mile radius of FreshPoint’s facility, so make sure to check before you place your order.

Farmhouse Delivery

Farmhouse Delivery ships fresh produce boxes, meal kits, and pasture-raised groceries. Any order of $49.50 or more qualifies for free delivery. For your first order, you will be charged a $9.99 one-time reusable bin or bag fee to help limit waste.

Farmhouse’s local and organic produce box subscriptions are available for weekly delivery, which you have the option of skipping at any time. Starting at $22.99 per week, their smallest box can feed one-to-two people; their largest box feeds four or more for $39.99 each week.

When you refer a friend to Farmhouse Delivery, you will receive $20 off your next order, and they will receive $15 off their first order. All you have to do is enter the referrers’ name, as well as code FRIEND2020 at sign up.

 

 

10. Order fresh produce online for delivery in Los Angeles, CA.

Flamingo Estate

Flamingo Estate is offering CSA Organic Farm Boxes for pick-up in Highland Park or delivery. A one-time purchase is $40, but with a subscription you’ll save 10% and pay only $36 for one large, 18 – 22 pound box of locally grown organic produce. If you choose to have your produce delivered, they add the $10 delivery fee to the total cost of the box, making it a $50 one-time purchase, or $45 with a subscription.

Narrative Food

Narrative Food‘s produce boxes are filled with local, organic, and seasonal produce. You can fully customize the selection of fresh produce and choose your box size and if you’d like a one-off order or to have a weekly, monthly, or bi-monthly subscription. You can even swap out any unwanted items! When you sign up for any recurring “Provisions Boxes” you’ll get a 5% discount.

Box prices range from a $30 community box to a hefty $185 vegan box. There is a delivery fee of $10.

 

11. Get fresh produce from these local farm co-ops in Houston, Texas.

 

Central City Co-Op

A mix between a CSA and a farmers market, Central City Co-Op has a $120 annual membership that gives members shares first pick of their fresh produce. Non-members can also access shares by paying $7 for a day pass when they check out.

There are multiple types of shares: The co-ops mixed vegetable share is available in small for $25, medium for $35, or large for $45 per box. Pickup is every Wednesday at the co-op’s location in Montrose; delivery is also available and begins at $8, depending on where you live.

Right now memberships are 50% off for teachers, teacher assistants, administrators, crossing guards, and others that work with schools. All you have to do is email director@centralcityco-op.com for the coupon code.

Hope Farms

Hope Farms works to teach, inspire, and empower the community while offering fresh produce delivery to locals. For $180, Hope Farms offers you a four-week farm share membership with access to about a dozen fruits, veggies, and herbs. You’ll get free pickup directly at the farm, but delivery is an additional $10 per week.

 

12. Bella Bean Organics will deliver fresh produce for as low as $5 if you live in North Carolina.

Bella Bean Organics may be the most customizable of all the options because the deliveries are based on a per-item order versus a curated subscription box. Shop the fresh produce at Bella Bean Organics, and add to your cart like you would when online grocery shopping. Add a minimum of $20 to check out.

Get your produce delivered in North Carolina cities Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Hillsborough, Greensboro, Winston Salem, Fayetteville, and Charlotte for as low as $5, or get it delivered anywhere in the continental U.S. via FedEx. While there isn’t a current discount code, they do have a clearance section where you can find deals on pantry items.

 

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