Colin started out as a driver at Boston Organics in 2016, left for a while to take a position with Boston Public Schools, and then rejoined the team in the fall of 2017 as our new customer service manager. When he's not answering your produce-related emails, he can be found playing bass in his band or fly fishing. Learn more about Colin below!
Renae joined Boston Organics in the fall of 2017 as our newest purchasing associate. She brings a wealth of experience with produce, from working on an urban farm in Philadelphia to handling operations for a farm-to-office meal delivery company.
Coley took over as the marketing manager at Boston Organics in the summer of 2017 after working for a handful of local tech startup and, before that, as the marketing manager of a grocery co-op in Tucson, Arizona.
Due to the big storm that's expected to start late Wednesday, January 3 and through Thursday, January 4, we are rescheduling all deliveries that were set to be made Thursday, January 4.
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The organic Maine wild blueberries from Burke Hill Farm are finally in! But maybe only for this week. Maine wild blueberries are the best kind of blueberries and one of the true highlights of summer in New England. They’re not like the ones you find at the supermarket. They’re smaller and have an intense flavor. They’re amazing and great for baking, making smoothies or sprinkling on your breakfast cereal.
A guest blog post from longtime Boston Organics Community Member, Julie Starr.
You want to do it...
Your friends are doing it...
People say it’s easy...
People say that it makes you feel really good...
Yes, I’m talking about Boston Organics. This service will collect the most in-season, local and organic produce they can find and deliver it right to your door. You can even tell them which produce you would never want, and they will sub something else in.
Thanksgiving is next week! We've got plenty of great fall produce going out in boxes this week, including cranberries, potatoes, beets, acorn squash, and carrots. The featured add-on of the week is crimini mushrooms, and we have a variety of Thanksgiving add-ons to choose from. Check out this week's newsletter!
Recently, there have been many articles about genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in the news and how California’s upcoming election may impact the US food industry. This issue has continued to heat up as we approach the final 24 hours before the election.
Happy November! We're happy to report that our regional farm partners made it through the storm without any damage, though we wish that were the case for the rest of the country. Our hearts go out to everyone who has been affected by last week's storm.
This week we're moving further into fall with beautiful root veggies, including the colorful watermelon radish from Atlas Farm! Also going out in boxes are cauliflower from Pedersen Farms in NY, sweet potatoes from NH, onions from Red Fire Farm, and beets, carrots, potatoes, and more from Atlas Farm.
In light of the current weather conditions and projected impact on the roads tomorrow, we have decided to not deliver on Tuesday this week.