More people and families were challenged this year while facing the coronavirus and rising unemployment. While individuals had shifted into a new normal, others were challenged with finding a way to feed themselves and their families. How do you get food when you can’t afford it?
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With the new decade, you might be focused on future goals, but let’s not forget to reflect on where we started in 2019 and how far we’ve come. Below are some awesome stats and fun facts about Boston Organics' 2019. As always, the Boston Organics crew is endlessly appreciative of our community and customers. We want to use business for good, and this wouldn’t be possible without your support!
Here’s to a happy, healthy, and more sustainable 2020!
Thank you for supporting Boston Organics for another amazing year!
Food waste is a HUGE problem in the United States. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Loss Project, we throw away 30-40 percent of all the food we produce for domestic sale and consumption.
Here's an infographic with some information on some of our company highlights, including number of bunches of local greens delivered, number of nonprofits supported, and number of pounds of food donated to Food For Free.
2017 was another great year for Boston Organics and we have our customers to thank. Here's an infographic with some information on some of our company highlights, including number of pounds of local apples delivered, number of nonprofits supported, and number of pounds of food donated to Food For Free.
2014 was an exciting year full of great milestones. We're very happy with the growth we experienced while adhering to our mission to give back to the community and promote sustainable living.