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.
You asked so we deliver! Boston Organics is excited to announce that we are now bringing fresh, organic produce to three new areas: Saugus, Lynnfield and Dedham.
We adore this video produced by The Clean Food Club's Alice Katherine Richardson. It charmingly encompasses our mission to provide sustainably sourced organic food to the people of Greater Boston.
Tomorrow night, July 19th, we celebrate the Buck Moon, which is the full moon that occurs the time of year when male deer begin growing antlers. The moon is also described as the Thunder Moon since it appears in the height of summer thunderstorm season. In keeping with the mid-summer theme, boxes this week will be booming with a bounty of produce, many of which are being harvested from right here in New England.
Folks who made the leap with us from the old website are familiar with our former No List, which allowed customers to let us know which produce items they didn't want so we could replace them with something they did.
We've taken the No List to the next level with the My Preferences page. This feature allows you to rate each kind of produce we might deliver so that when we need to swap out a produce item you don't want, we can exchange it for something you're really going to like.
While preferences help us make smart swaps, they are not used to create a completely customized box for you. Our model is based on a handful of box types that are carefully curated by our Produce Buyers. Preferences help us make sure your specific box won't contain items you don't want.
Boston Organics' redesigned website makes it easy for you to manage your account. One popular feature is the ability to put deliveries on hold directly from your Delivery Schedule. No more forms, no more emails.
Whether you're going out of town or just want to catch up on a backlog of produce, here's how to skip one or more deliveries on BostonOrganics.com.
Every now and then a bruised apple gets by us, or we accidentally leave your box on the back porch instead of the front. In order for us to provide the exceptional service you expect, we ask that you let us know of any problems via your account's Report Order Issues form.
Read on to find out where it's located and why it's the fastest way to find a solution for your issue.
It's a season of change here at Boston Organics. Between the recent launch of a brand-new website and the ever-growing list of local produce appearing in boxes again, we are embracing this time of positive transition.