Imagine coming home to a freshly prepare meal delivered right to your door. And, it's not pizza. Door to Door Organics is adding fresh meal delivery to its services of organic food delivery, the company announced today. The company, now in nine states, will launch freshly prepared meal delivery to Kansas City customers first, starting March 15. The other Door to Door Organics locations, based in Colorado, Illinois, Michigan (including delivery into Ohio,) and Pennsylvania (including delivery into New Jersey and Delaware,) will add fresh prepared meals to their offerings over the next 6-12 months.
“It’s a real challenge to have fresh, healthy meals ready for lunch and dinner every day,” said Chad Arnold, President and CEO of Door to Door Organics. “We want to offer a delicious, simple and convenient solution for those that are pressed for time, but still want to choose Good Food that positively impacts their health, the environment, and our communities.”
Door to Door Organics will be carrying a rotating weekly assortment of meals, all of which serve 3-4 people, including four main dishes ($13.99 each,) four side dishes ($11.99 each,) snacks such as kale chips and hummus ($7.99-$9.99) and a dessert ($12.99 each.) Customers can order their prepared meals in the same way they now order their fresh organic produce and natural and organic grocery items, through the easy-to-use Door to Door Organics website.
As Door to Door prepares to begin delivery, other brick and mortar grocers are doing the same. Over the past five years, supermarket prepared foods have grown more than 6 percent annually, according to Perishable News. Mass merchandisers/supercenters have experienced annual prepared foods growth exceeding 13 percent over same time period.” According to the San Francisco Chronicle, “The delivery and takeout industry in the United States receives $170 billion dollars in orders annually.”
Door to Door Organics
Thank you for your interest in this story. Proceeds for all Examiner.com stories written by Kimberly Lord Stewart are donated to charity for an educational farm for children in Colorado ( Ed and Ruth Lehman Longmont YMCA). Link here for more information, subscribe for regular story updates, and follow on facebook. Thank you again. Every story and photo click will go far to help children's health and wellness.