Choosing Your Size
Take our Box Quiz to help you decide what size box to get. The Small Box is kind of a snacker’s box, with thought to very little cooking. Medium Box for occasional cooking. Large Box for cooking often or larger families. Remember you can always switch with seven days notice. What’s growing this season? Get an idea of what is in the box by visiting our Produce Availability chart.
Red Russian Kale
Red Russian Kale
How many people are in your household?
How many nights a week do you cook?
How many vegetarians in the house?
How many vegetable haters (count this as a negative number)?
Add it up! If you scored:
Between 1-4: May we recommend our Small Box
Between 5-9: Why not try the Medium Box
Ten or more: Give the Large Box a try.
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