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What does eating organic mean to you? Let us know and be entered in a drawing to receive free food from Green BEAN Delivery!

On Friday, July 22 Edible Louisville & the Bluegrass magazine and Green BEAN Delivery will giveaway five $35 bins of fresh groceries to lucky winners. PLUS, Louisville residents interested in signing up for Green BEAN Delivery can receive a special $15 discount off of their first order when they register with promo code “EdibleLou”!

In the comments section of this post, let us know what you think the benefits are to eating organic, and you will automatically be entered in the drawing. If you SHARE this post, you will receive a bonus entry into the drawing.

Green BEAN Delivery membership is free with no contracts or commitments. Plus, members have complete control over their delivery schedule and what comes in their bins. The bins are customizable so you can switch them up for every order. To sign upwww.greenbeandelivery.com.

The local farmer and artisan network offers the largest selection of fresh produce and all-natural groceries, delivered to the doorsteps of Louisville residents. Sourcing from their extensive network of sustainable Midwest farmers & artisans, Green BEAN Delivery prides itself in making healthy, local foods more accessible in the communities they serve. With thousands of grocery items that are free of questionable additives and preservatives, you’ll know your feeding your family the wholesome meal they deserve.

Winners will be announced Friday. Spread the word!!

 

 
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Over the past 10 years, Louisville has experienced a significant increase of interest in local food. Whether it’s the growth of farmers markets, the increased use and promotion of local products by the city’s many outstanding chefs on their menus, or the increasing presence of local specialty and gourmet products on the shelves of local merchants, we are experiencing a major shift in thinking about the food we consume.

We at edible Louisville & The Bluegrass want to celebrate and promote the people and products that are making this happen. We welcome you to join us.

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