Summer starts a little later in New England than in other parts of the country, but when it finally gets here we're treated to a delicious bounty of stone fruit, greens, and other delicious treats. For new Boston Organics customers, there might occasionally be items in your box that you're not familiar with. We've put together our Summer Produce Guide to provide you with a snapshot of what's to come this season.
Kirsten Wright-Cirit is a local wellness consultant who works with individuals, groups and companies to improve their nutrition and overall health. In 2014, she founded Your Wellness Scout, and it's her mission to help people fit wellness into their busy lives.
Kirsten and her husband have been Boston Organics customers since they moved to Boston over five years ago, and she agreed to chat about how she helps people live healthier lives and how regular deliveries of organic food helps her with her own nutrition.
We are in the middle of a brutal stretch of 90-degree days, and if you don't have air conditioning in your home you're probably doing everything in your power to avoid turning on the oven. We'd like to make that a little easier, so here are a handful of no-cook recipes that will keep your belly full and your house cool.
Because different people define no-cook differently, here's our definition: You won't need heat. No ovens. No stoves. No blow torches.
Rockhill Management, a commercial real estate company that owns several buildings in Downtown Boston and throughout the US, watched as tenants left to move to trendy neighborhoods like The Leather District or Seaport. As a result of shifting makeup of office buildings Downtown, they decided a change in culture at their buildings would go a long way.
"The market has really changed downtown," said Jennifer Twombly, a senior property manager at Rockhill. "It went from a very traditional base to trying to attract companies from the Seaport and Cambridge that are getting priced out of those areas.”
"We started saying we need to attract different types of businesses here."
Topics: Healthy Office
This Fourth of July make veggies the star of your backyard barbecue! With lots of local produce items going out in this holiday week’s boxes, we’ve created a delicious Fourth of July menu to not only satisfy your family and friends but also utilize your Boston Organics’ fruits and vegetables.
This week we're shipping out slicing cucumbers, which begged the question: as opposed to what? Turns out there are a few different varieties of cucumbers, but the two most common are slicing and pickling. It also turns out that there's some confusion about what constitutes a slicing pickle.
Kristen Ciccolini is a certified Culinary Nutrition Expert, holistic nutritionist, wellness chef, speaker, and founder of Good Witch Kitchen. It’s her goal to help busy women incorporate healthier habits into their everyday lives to achieve optimal physical and emotional wellness.
A former marketer, Kristen offers nutrition coaching and works with clients on an individual and group basis, provides personalized meal plans, teaches healthy cooking classes in the Boston area, and delivers corporate wellness workshops and seminars.
Kristen joined Boston Organics in April, but we didn't really get to know her until recently, when she created an Instagram story about how she used every item from her Boston Organics box.
We asked Kristen to tell us a little more about herself and if she has any suggestions for how to cook for your dad on Father's Day.
Since the creation of Equal Exchange 32 years ago, people and relationships have always been at our center. Coffee, chocolate, tea, mangoes, cashews; these are the mediums which allow us to show the world that ethical supply chains are viable and that there is more than one way to do business. Radicalism lies within the Equal Exchange model -- i.e., a supply chain that is characteristic of true democracy, cooperative learning, transparency, and respect for our planet and its people.
Topics: Equal Exchange
Jeff joined Boston Organics in January as a driver. He wears a ski cap, even when the weather is hot, and he likes to make home fries. Here's some more about Jeff.
It's still spring but it's starting to feel like summer. Temperatures were in the 90s recently, so we thought it was a good time to remind our customers about steps they can take to insure that their delivery isn't damaged by the heat.