In my “How To Eat Organic On A Budget” class, I teach that thinking outside of the “retail box” and planning can help you save significantly on your organic grocery budget.
One of the options I mentioned was getting either weekly or bi-weekly organic produce deliveries from Door To Door Organics.
Door To Door Organics is a produce home-delivery company.
They allow you to customize a box of organic fruits and vegetables and delivers it to your door for as little as $25.99 a week. This kind of consistent delivery alleviates “I’ll just go to the store to pick up apples and then spend $60.00” incidents from happening because you can plan your meals around your box.
Door To Door Organics Coupon Code
Use code redefinedmom and get 50% off your first delivery (and that makes the bitty box less than $13.00). Or go BIG and get a Large Box for less $30 (which is enough fruits and veggies to feed a family of vegetarians for a week.)
There are different size boxes available to accommodate any size family or specific eating habits.
And even better, you are able to trade out five fruits or vegetables per delivery. Don’t like zucchini? No problem, get more potatoes. Hate bananas? Get more apples. You can also get a fruit only, vegetable only, or mixed box to suit your tastes.
Door To Door Organics Box Options
- Bitty Box – $25.99
- Small Box – $33.99
- Medium Box – $40.99
- Large Box – $57.99
In addition, you can set up a co-op to save even more. A co-op is formed when four or more boxes go to the same location. Each member still has individual control over their account (box size, preferences, etc.), but it is picked up at one location. This is perfect for friends in a subdivision or buddies at work. Setting up a co-op will save you $3 per box.
Door To Door Organics Review
We’ve been Door To Door Organics customers for years. The selection and quality of the fruits and vegetables has been awesome. We are enjoying the variety and have enjoyed adding it other produce purchases. (Meaning, we burn through the apples, so we have to buy them at Costco. But I no longer have to stop buy and grab avocados or potatoes, because we are getting them delivered.) And it is hard to beat the cost – it is easily 30% less than what I would pay in retail for the same items.
Plus, I really love the ability to customize my order (adding more fruit some weeks, more vegetables other weeks) and adding-on other grocery items to my delivery. For example, Farm to Market Bread is the same price at Door to Door as it is at the grocery store, so why not add it to my delivery?
So it is convenient, great quality, customizable, and less expensive that retail. I’d say it is a winner.
Disclosure: Door To Door Organics is a sponsor of RedefinedMom and the “How To Eat Organic On A Budget” class. However, the written remarks and opinions are entirely my own. Want more information – check out my full disclosure statement.