Last week we shared a bit about what a local and sustainable food system means to us and farmers and farm workers are the bedrock of that supply chain. We want to take some time to celebrate and appreciate many of the growers and farm teams that allow us to do the work that we do and to enjoy some of the most delicious organic produce in the region.
Topic: Organic Dandelions
Throughout the year, members of the Boston Organics Community are able to enjoy locally grown produce thanks to the effort and expertise of our dedicated farm partners. The relationships our purchasing team has built over the years help bring our customers closer to the source of their food, and help to strengthen our regional food system. Last week, some of our staff had the opportunity to pay a visit to some of these hard-working farmers in western Massachusetts to learn about their operations and even taste some of the delicious produce members of the Boston Organics Community can expect to see in their boxes this week.
A weekly update from Boston Organics.
There’s a little spring, no... summer, in our steps this morning after coming off a beautiful weekend. We’re looking forward to delivering some of that sunshine to the Boston Organics Community this week in the form of bright and bountiful produce harvested by our farm partners.
This spring our local farmers faced lengthy dry spells periodically interspersed with heavy rainstorms—making it difficult to predict which fields would need extra attention and which crops would be ready to harvest.
Our Dogma Box includes organic fruits and vegetables sourced as close to Boston as possible throughout the year. Similar to a CSA or farm share, this box is filled with the best organic produce from local and regional farms each week.
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