Home Delivery Option (San Francisco only)
If you live in San Francisco, or the East Bay, we offer delivery of any size of our CSA boxes to the door of your home or business for an additional $6.50 per week. The delivery fee will also cover any additional bulk fruit items you may choose to order.
To order home delivery, go to your subscriber account and select the Home Delivery option. If you are interested in Home Delivery in the East Bay area, please email us.
You can choose one of two delivery time windows. The box will be delivered at some point during that time. The early window is 10:30–2:30. The late window is 6:30-9:30. We will not leave the box at your house if you are not there, unless you give us specific permission to do. A re-delivery fee will apply if you are not home.
If you choose to have us leave the box when you are not home, please give us specific instructions on where to leave the box. We highly suggest a place that is not easily viewed from the street and that is out of the direct sun. If we leave your box when you are not home, we are not responsible for any damage, theft or spoilage.
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