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What’s In Your Box? March Edition

It’s officially March! While we say goodbye to the majority of winter citrus—we’ll still have plenty of navel oranges, lemons, and limes for weeks to come!—in your box this month you can expect to discover new varieties of cauliflower, tomatoes, funky veggies like celery root, and green-hued treats like Brussels sprouts, broccoli, leeks, and so, so much more!

Below are some of the goodies you may see in your boxes this month, including fruits and veg you might associate with late spring and summer. Why? We partner with hand-picked farms and food hubs on the East Coast and across North America to rescue certified-organic produce that would otherwise go to waste. That’s why you may see summer staples like organic grape tomatoes from Florida and California, as well as parts of Mexico, in order to round out your box.

Learn more about our sourcing philosophy here.

Get a sneak peek at what’s in your box each week here.

Comments (7)

Oh my!!!’ This will be my first box and it ALL looks Perfect!!!! I can’t wait!!!

Curious as to how you decide what goes in each box. I’ve been getting pretty much the same things since I started in September. I have composted at least 10 pounds of celery to date and just got more in yesterday’s box.

Thank you for your comment! Unlike your average grocery store, we are farmer-led so we source our produce from farmers based on what’s available to us. Sometimes that means we’ll have the same excess crop for a few months, or it could mean that boxes each week vary drastically. We try our best to diversify each box and include new items each week. In the future, we are rolling out customization to all of our customers so you’ll have the capability to decide what exactly goes in your box. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to reach out at

I am looking forward to joining when you begin allowing people to refuse foods they don’t like. I love the way you save ugly veggies.

Just received my first box and everything looks delicious!! I have the cutest misfit red onion. I’m so excited.

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