Consider buying your Black Friday or Cyber Monday gifts from local businesses and local shops. When browsing these networks of local shops, be sure to visit the shop’s website directly because they might have more information on curbside pickup, or other covid-19 safety precautions. Happy holidays!
The pandemic has been challenging to our community, but it hasn’t all been bad. It’s the resiliency, kindness, and empathy of Boston that inspires us all to give back.
As a result of the global pandemic, those experiencing food insecurity increased from 1 in 13 people to 1 in 8 people Eastern MA. Each Thanksgiving, Boston Organics community fights food insecurity for the holiday season! A way to support our community this holiday season is to make sure nobody goes hungry.
Donate a box program is back this Thanksgiving season!
Together we can ensure our neighbors don't go hungry this holiday season. Donate fresh, organic produce to a family that is food insecure this season. 1 in 8 people in Eastern MA is food insecure in 2020 as a result of COVID-19 -- an increase from 1 in 13 people.
Find out how energy efficient your home is with HomeWorks Energy's energy assessment. When your home uses energy efficiently, you're combating climate change and saving on your utilities bills. Once you complete your assessment, HomeWorks Energy will also send you $25 off your next Boston Organics delivery!
To support sustainable food systems, eating organic is pretty much a slam dunk – right? By choosing organic foods, consumers can look forward to increased ecological biodiversity, healthier soil and water, and an absence of GMOs, synthetic pesticides and fertilizers.
But the lifespan and, as a result, the impact of our food doesn’t stop there. Between the farms and our forks are vast systems of responsible for the movement of fresh food all year round. And right in the midst is Boston Organics!
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We stay true to our values which is why sustainability is so important to us. We believe that a truly successful, enduring business must operate in a way that benefits all of its stakeholders.
Topics: Jeff's Corner, Organic Compost, produce delivery, Organic Farmers, Community Events, Organic Grocery Delivery Boston, Boston Local Partnerships, Black Earth Compost, Extra produce, excess produce
Sasha Purpura, Executive Director of Food For Free, and Jeff Barry, Boston Organics founder and owner, in our warehouse in 2012 to explain what they do and where our produce donations go each week.
A large part of our mission at Boston Organics is to provide better access to fresh, healthy foods. We want to highlight a key local partnership that helps make this possible.
Bootstrap Compost is featuring Boston Organics as their April Bootstrap Buddy! Bootstrap Compost is a sustainable company doing great work to improve our food system. Naturally, we love working together!
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