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Door to Door expanding to Des Moines, Columbus

Door to Door expanding to Des Moines, Columbus

Natural and organic online grocer Door to Door Organics has announced plans to expand into two new markets, Des Moines, Iowa, and Columbus, Ohio, as well as additional areas of Colorado Springs and Pueblo, Colo.

This is the third major market expansion announcement from the Louisville, Colo.-based retailer, following expansions in Milwaukee and Cleveland on the heels of a new financing last fall.

The company said deliveries began this week in new areas of Colorado Springs and Pueblo. Des Moines deliveries will begin the week of Sept. 14, and Columbus deliveries will kick off the week of Sept. 28. Customers in each new market will benefit from Door to Door Organics’ strict focus on partnering with farmers and ranchers who are committed to the health of the land and the welfare of the animals they raise.

“It has been an exciting year of growth for our company, and I am proud to bring good food to new markets where consumers have expressed real interest in the intersection of organic and local food with the latest in delivery technology,” Chad Arnold, CEO, said in a statement.

During the growing season, Door to Door Organics customers enjoy a selection of locally grown produce for their regular weekly or biweekly deliveries, thanks to a uniquely integrated mix of distributors and farmers offering USDA-certified organic produce.


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Door to Door offers weekly or biweekly deliveries of fresh fruits and vegetables based on a CSA model, allowing shoppers to customize their box sizes and orders for delivery. The company also offers fresh meats, seafood and pantry items. Founded in 1997, Door to Door operates in 13 markets and 60 U.S. cities. Since its establishment, Door to Door Organics has made more than 2 million deliveries.

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