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Company brings the farmer's market to your front door

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LIVONIA, Mich. (WJBK) -

Door to Door Organics is making it more convenient for people to buy and eat healthy foods. They deliver food from dozens of local farms to thousands of families across metro Detroit and into Lansing, Flint, Grand Rapids and Toledo, Ohio.

Packages start at $23.99 for a box that feeds 1-2 people. You can customize your order and select how often you want deliveries.

The list of items and options they offer is growing. In addition to fruits and veggies you can also order meat, chicken and dairy. The company is also growing rapidly. They started in Fenton in 2007 and over the last few years they've gone from just seven workers to 50 employees and counting. They have plans to expand and move to a new, larger, 25,000 square foot warehouse.

Door to Door organics delivers all year round. They offer free delivery and everything is guaranteed or your money back.

You can visit their web site at doortodoororganics.com

Click the video player to see Robin Schwartz's FOXe report from the company's Livonia warehouse.

 

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