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A Spring Produce Preview

A Spring Produce Preview

 If it actually starts raining berries, we'll be the first to let you know! 

If it actually starts raining berries, we'll be the first to let you know! 

We aim to make every box a delicious adventure, but we know that eating seasonally can get repetitive. Since you’re probably just as ready for spring produce options as we are, we wanted to share an Imperfect preview. It's like a movie trailer, but with fewer explosions and more charismatic stone fruits. 

Avocados are here to stay!

We’re delighted to share that we’ve recently added new avocado growers to our network of farm partners. This means that we can offer avocados more consistently and at a better price for you.

Get berry excited!

You asked and we listened! One of the most common requests we’ve gotten is to offer more variety in our fruit selection, which is why we’re thrilled to share that we’ll be offering more blueberries and strawberries later in April. We hope they brighten your breakfasts, sweeten your snacks, and help you perfect your pie game!

Stone fruit is coming!

Stone fruit season is just around the corner. You’ll be seeing apricots first in April, then nectarines and peaches, and then plum once warm June settles on California’s orchards.

Silent H, loud flavors!

We know that having fresh herbs on hand elevates our vegetables to new and delicious heights. This is why we've been working with our friends from Jacob's Del Cabo to increase our herb offerings. Keep your eyes peeled for more flowering and surplus herb offerings in the weeks ahead including basil, sage, oregano, thyme, and mint. Not sure what herbs go with which foods? Read our blog post about cooking with herbs.

Additionally, we’ll be offering cherries, Tuscan cantaloupes, and adorably undersized artichokes in the weeks ahead. We’re also exploring ways to offer fun and healthy add-ons like California grown turmeric in boxes, so stay tuned!

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