Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Door to Door Organics Give Away

Door to Door Organics Food In Bitty Box

It is time for Give Away.  The kind people at Door to Door Organics have agreed to give away a box of food to one of my readers!

Door to Door Organics is a service that delivers fresh, organic food to your door on a weekly or bi-weekly basis.  To start, you sign-up for one of the many different size boxes that they offer:

Door to Door Organics Box Choices

What is really nice is that you see what is coming in your box the following week and can make substitutions if there is something that no one at your house likes.  What is also really nice about their service is that they offer an online marketplace of dry organic grocery goods that you can add on to your order each week.  They also just started carrying grass fed organic meat.  

Door to Door Organics Michigan Market

Door to Door Organics sent me a complimentary box of their food to try before I posted this giveaway.  I ordered the bitty box, which really isn't that bitty.  The picture below shows the box as I got it.  The picture at the very top of this post shows the food outside of the box.

Box From Door to Door Organics Michigan

Doesn't that look great?  We really enjoyed all the food.  It was all very good quality.

They also offer an great fundraising opportunity for groups/schools/churches.  You can check out their co-op page for more information.

Win a FREE bitty box from Door to Door Organics
All you have to do is comment on this article with what your favorite vegetable is for a chance to win.  I will choose a winner via Random.org next week, February 23rd on Facebook, so if you enter make sure to like us on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/AMichiganMom)


* One entry per person please!
* Make sure to enter your name in the "name/URL" option when commenting so I know who you are if you win (you can leave the URL blank).
* Check to Make sure they deliver to your area: http://michigan.doortodoororganics.com/delivery

13 comments:

Nicole C said...

I love almost all vegetables, but if I had to pick a favorite, I would say green beans and red peppers!

Julie C said...

I'm so glad they decided to give a box away to one of your readers. I love the premise of being able to have fresh door to door organic food delivered to your house and I would love to win a bitty box.

Brittany (Two if by Sea Studios) said...

This is a fantastic give away. I've been curious about door to door for quite a while and this would be a great trial run!

Lately my favorite veggie is cauliflower (with chickpeas in curry!).

GinaMarie said...

Thanks Julie! Looks like a great service and a great product! I've been thinking of trying a service like this and would love to check it out.

Nicole Tringali Kempski said...

What a great give away!I have always wanted to try this company! Favorite veggie? Never met one i didnt like, but my favorite would probably be broccoli!

Shannon Dalton said...

My favorite vegetable is broccoli. I love it steamed.

Kristy Oberts said...

Wow! What an awesome giveaway!!!

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Anonymous said...

mmmmm Garden in a box. I would say I am currently a Brussel sprouts fan, or anything that goes well with bacon.

Beth Grobson said...

Didn't know this group existed, would love to win a freebie! Some would debate whether corn-on-the-cob is a true vegetable, that is my very favorite - otherwise cauliflower is a close second.

Jennisis said...

Right now, my favorite vegetable is the parsnip!
Okra and cauliflower tie for second place.

Darla said...

I LOVE SPINACH! It is my favorite! I like it alone or with company...raw or cooked and in my recipes!!! However, I love veggies in general and this picture makes me want all of these as they are or in my recipes. They will be nummy in my tummy!!!! <3 organics!!!

Beth Torrey said...

Hmmm....hard to pick one. I would say fresh brussel sprouts!

Cathy E. said...

I love vegetables, always have, even as a child! Right now my favorite that I can't get enough of is snap peas.

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