WHAT WE OFFER
Each week we offer a new, fresh variety of locally harvested fruits and vegetables. We choose 8-9 items to make a pre-selected bag of produce that gets delivered to different pick up locations in the Phoenix metro areas. We have a family size bag for $25 and a single size bag for $17. You can make substitutions to your bag. If there is something that you don't want that week, you can sub for extra of another item. You can also make additions to your weekly bag or create your own custom orders. All of our partnering farms are Certified Organic, Certified Naturally Grown, non GMO, and Pesticide Free using sustainable growing practices. In other words, grown only with nature's help.
HOW TO ORDER
Every Friday we will post on our Facebook page and email group what will be in the bags for the following weeks delivery. Each post contains all of our available fruits and vegetables, and current pick up locations. To order, simply reply to the post with your bag size, pick up location, and any substitutions or add ons that you would like to make. All orders need to be in Monday by midnight. Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/tasteofparadisecsa or ask to be a part of the email group and send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org
HERE'S NEXT WEEK'S DELIVERY
For the summer months we're having everyone build there own customer orders. Head to our Facebook page or ask to be included in the email group to see what we have available each week.
PICK UP LOCATIONS
Gilbert, Mesa, Chandler
Peoria, Scottsdale, Phoenix
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
REAL FOOD, REAL NUTRITION
Whole fruits and vegetables give your body the real nutrition that it craves. When you eat real food, your body thrives and your energy levels increase. Through nutritional balancing, supplementation, and exercise you can become the happy, healthy, and vibrant person you deserve to be.
BENEFITS OF WHOLE FOODS
When you eat whole foods, you're getting the food in its natural state. If you're trying to eat a healthier diet, relying on more whole foods is a great place to start. Many studies have found that a diet high in healthy foods like fruits, vegetables, and whole grains are associated with a reduced risk of diseases. Whole foods are loaded with fiber, vitamins, and minerals that your body needs to function properly. One of the biggest advantages of eating whole foods is that you're getting the natural synergy of all of these nutrients together.
BENEFITS OF ADDED NUTRITION THROUGH SUPPLEMENTS
Eating whole foods isn't enough. There are many other nutrients we need such as proteins, carbohydrates, and good fats that our bodies need for fuel. You can supplement these nutrients by consuming protein shakes, juicing, vitamins, nutrition bars, and energy products. These nutrient rich products will help you achieve the vibrant, healthy lifestyle that your looking for.
Benefits OF EXERCISING
No matter what your age or shape, you should exercise daily. Not only does exercise tone your body so you can wear your favorite jeans, it strengthens your muscles, keeps your bones strong, and improves your skin. Other benefits of exercise include increased relaxation, better sleep and mood, strong immune function, and more. Because exercise helps use up oxygen, it causes your body to burn stored fat and helps you maintain a normal weight. It boosts circulation and the delivery of nutrients to your skin, helping to detoxify the body by removing toxins. Regular exercise reduces the amount of stress hormones in the body, resulting in a slower heart rate, relaxed blood vessels, lower blood pressure, and boosts your immune system.
IN SEASON FOR FALL AND WINTER
Leafy greens, carrots, broccoli, leeks, cauliflower, green beans, sugar snap peas, bell peppers, zucchini, yellow squash, cucumbers, potatoes, butternut squash, spaghetti squash, spinach, spring mix, green onions, cilantro, basil, mushrooms, onions, garlic, ginger, celery, beets, eggplant, jalapeño, radishes, asparagus, Brussel sprouts
red grapes , green grapes, tomatoes, avocado, lemons, limes, oranges, grapefruit, tangelos, strawberries
Peaches, nectarines, plums, apricots, melons, sweet corn
Depending on the season and whos growing what, here's a list of our local organic growers that we source from:
Taste of Paradise Farms, Briggs and Eggers Orchards, Duncan Family Farms, Rousseau Farms, Blue Sky Organic Farms, Abby Lee Farms, Vertuccio Farms, Schnepf Farms, Hunsaker Farms, The Orange Patch, Wholesum Family Farms, Taylor Farms, Artisun Family Farms, Phoenix Pinnacle Farms, Martori Farms, Sandstone Melon Company, Santa Rosa Farms