This is not the first time I’ve talked about Green Bean Delivery. So, why would I dedicate an entire post to something I’ve already written about? I’m a paying customer, and I really enjoy it and want to tell everyone how great it is.
Green Bean Delivery is an organic grocery delivery service in the St. Louis area (they are elsewhere too) to provides fresh produce, diary and some grocery products delivered to your doorstep on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. Personally, we subscribe to the small produce bin every other week. You can choose to have it every week if you prefer though.
This bin cost $35 and includes fruits and vegetables. Each week you are getting a bin you have from Thursday to Monday at noon to log into your account and review what produce is being included this week. If there is something you don’t like or won’t use, you can simply swap it out for something else.
This week, our bin included:
- 1 bunch broccoli
- 1 head cauliflower
- 1 pound brussels sprouts
- 3 golden Asian pears
- 4 Gala apples
- 1 pint grape tomatoes
- 1 red bell pepper
- 6 oz. blueberries
- 1 head green leaf lettuce
- 8 oz. spinach
AND IT’S ALL ORGANIC!!
I usually go in and swap things out depending on what I’m planning cooking that week, and I try to only get things I’d normally buy organic (usually the dirty dozen). Each week, the produce we’ve received is incredibly fresh, kept cool in the bins with ice packs (not that it needed it this winter, sheesh), and our order has always been correct.
Perhaps the best part of Green Bean days is toddler snob’s excitement in unpacking the box to show us what’s inside. I’ve never seen a kid so excited about “booberries” and “brockee” in my life.
I should mention too that if we want, we can also add additional produce or grocery items to our box (for an additional charge). If our baby snob ends up taking cow’s milk better than her sister, I’ll definitely be adding that to our box as well.
I could go on, but I’ll stop. If you are at all interested, you should hop on over to Green Bean Delivery’s website and check out what they have to offer!
*I received a small produce bin in order to write this review. All statements and opinions are my own.*