Mi Tierra’s organic corn tortillas may be made with only three ingredients, but there’s a lot more to them than just corn, water, and lime. Jorge Sosa’s tortillas are a symbol of the modern American dream, undeniable – and delectably edible – proof that a community of caring individuals and socially responsible businesses can persevere in the face of tragedy.
With school back in session, many members of the Boston Organics Community are getting back into their regular routine, but as familiar folks return from their vacations and new friends join our community, we have lots of exciting new things to share!
Over the summer we expanded our delivery area to include Revere. We also added a wide variety of organic grocery add-ons, and we started working with a couple of new local farm partners including Oxen Hill Farm of Suffield, CT!
Read this week's newsletter for a summary of our summer:
Topics: produce delivery, Recipes, Happy Valley Organics, Newsletter, mi tierra, oxen hill farm, boston organics, Atlas Farm, organic produce, Organic Grocery Delivery Boston, summer produce, New England Local Fruits and Vegetables, Original Boston Organics Blog
The season may have officially started last month with the summer solstice, but because the harsh winter and late spring thaw kept our farmers from planting their crops on time, most New England organic produce missed the memo. We have big news for you this week: It's time for summertime!
Get ready for the first harvests of organic sweet corn and local organic blueberries! We also have fresh herbs, bell peppers, and leafy greens from our partner farms in western Massachusetts. Read this week's newsletter to find out where your food comes from and how to cook it with four great recipes.
You'll also learn about our newest grocery add-on: fresh organic tortillas from Mi Tierra, a local family-owned company.
Topics: CSA, Local Dogma Box, Newsletter, mi tierra, Organic Non GMO Corn, Organic Grocery Add-Ons, boston organics, Atlas Farm, organic produce, Organic Grocery Delivery Boston, summer produce, New England Local Fruits and Vegetables, Original Boston Organics Blog