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Green PolkaDot Box Brings Affordable Organics to Your Doorstep

Green PolkaDot Box Brings Affordable Organics to Your Doorstep

Online grocery startup Green PolkaDot Box jumbles Costco, the internet & network marketing into a direct buying collective for organic & non-GMO food.

Search the internet for Green PolkaDot Box and you’ll find page after page of enthusiastic endorsements for this unique young company. It’s an online buying club, sort of like an internet version of Costco, with the stated mission of using collective buying power to lower the prices of organic and non-GMO foods. The company says its model can reach people who, until now, have been priced out of the organic market. Combined with existing organic consumers in search

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