It’s Finally Here! Organic Produce Delivered to My Kitchen!


I was researching online a few weeks ago and came across this Organic Delivery Service in my area! I admit I was skeptical at first, but I did a little research and decided to take the plunge. I ordered my first basket and it arrived today! (Delivery service for the Greenville area is on Thursdays.)

Definitely fill out the survey on the side bar before you order. Once you fill out the survey, you get a coupon code for $5 off your first order! One of the surveys lets them know what fruits and vegetables you LOVE!!!, are okay with, or think are YUCK!! It’s so cool!

So, they have three packages: $35, $50 or $70. I ordered the $35 package because it said it should be good for 2 people for about a week, plus I used my code, so here’s what I got for $30:

A giant head of lettuce, a bunch of kale, cauliflower, broccoli, 4 large carrots, a bunch of green onions, 4 large shallots, 3 yams, 1 mango, 4 oranges, 3 apples, and 7-8 bananas. 100% Organic and Delivered!! I could get used to this!

The guy who dropped it off is the husband of the business owner. He actually brought it all into my kitchen and put it on my counter for me (so he could reuse his cooler). He also said his wife tries to email recipes that contain the more unusual produce items to the customers each week, in case you don’t know what to do with your groceries. This means my grocery trip will consist of buying my fruit-veggie juice blend (from trader Joe’s that we take our vitamins with each a.m.), organic milk (almond/soy milk for me), eggs, rice (or other grains), beans, and the occasional meat. I’ll be in and out in 15 minutes!

So, if you’re in the Greenville-Spartanburg area, check out Milk & Honey Organics! Place your order by Tuesday at noon if you want a delivery on Thursday.

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4 responses to “It’s Finally Here! Organic Produce Delivered to My Kitchen!

  1. LOVE, LOVE LOVE my basket 🙂 Our family has been using Milk & Honey Organics for about 6 weeks…loving every bit of it. I told myself o.k. you can do this, but you have to use every bit of it. So what does not get “used” gets “juiced.” I have only shared the ends of things with my goats 🙂 It is like Christmas here when the basket comes!

  2. Wow!! What amazing feedback! We’re glad to hear everything was good. If there’s anything else you’d like to see us offer, don’t hesitate to ask!

  3. This is great! to bad I can’t take part in it, I am in PA!

    Love your site looking forward to learning from you! I am on the same journey!

    Jennie

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