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Door to Door Organics expands to Omaha

Natural and organic online grocer Door to Door Organics on Thursday announced expansion into Omaha, Neb., beginning later this month.

Omaha customers who want farm-fresh organic produce and high-quality local and natural groceries delivered to their door can begin placing orders on Feb. 26 with deliveries to residences or places of business beginning the week of Feb. 29. New customers will be offered a one-time offer to save 50% on their first produce box, the company said.

“We are poised for a year of exciting growth and a dedicated focus to our customer experience, continuing to ensure that our customers are delighted by the entire food experience we strive to provide,” Chad Arnold, CEO of the Louisville, Colo.-based etailer. “I am thrilled for our new Omaha customers to explore our Good Food website, discover new recipes and streamline the way they bring delicious food to the table each week.”


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During the growing season, Door to Door Organics customers receive a selection of regionally grown produce for their regular weekly or biweekly deliveries, from an integrated mix of distributors and farmers offering USDA-certified organic produce. Customers can also select from nearly 1,000 natural groceries to add to their box, including local items like milk from Good Natured Family Farms.

Based on a CSA model, Door to Door shoppers choose a box size and type of box (either veggie, fruit or mixed produce) from the website. Customers have the ability to customize their order until 10 p.m. the night before delivery by adding and removing items.

Door to Door Organics currently operates in 15 states and more than 50 cities, and has made nearly 4 million deliveries since 2005.

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