Door to Door Organics receives $2 million to expand e-grocery

Door to Door Organics receives $2 million to expand e-grocery

Greenmont Capital Series A round investment will help the successful online grocer grow.

Door to Door Organics, one of the nation’s leading e-grocers, is receiving a $2 million Series A round investment from Greenmont Capital, an investment fund based in Boulder, Colo., that is focused on growth stage investment opportunities in the $500 billion “Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability” (“LOHAS”) market.

Now in its seventh year, Door to Door Organics offers one of the largest grocery delivery networks of any e-grocer in the U.S., with operations based in Colorado, Illinois, Missouri, Michigan and Pennsylvania. The company started out sourcing and delivering the freshest high-quality produce, and has added products such as sustainably raised meat, artisan bread, local dairy and other items to round out the shopping basket for a complete grocery experience.

“We built this business by delivering fresh, high-quality food that has a positive impact on people’s health, the environment and our communities,” said Chad Arnold, president and CEO of Door to Door Organics. “Now we’re focused on integrating the best e-grocery experience for our customers, so people can build a lifestyle around better food choices. With planning, shopping and cooking tools, like our Shop by Recipe™ platform for e-grocery, we’re bringing together inspiration, simplicity and personalization for a great shopping experience.”

“We’re excited to partner with Door to Door Organics and bring our experience from retail grocery into the world of e-grocery,” said Greenmont Capital Partner David Haynes. “The consumer dynamic is shifting rapidly, and Door to Door Organics is building a compelling solution for the informed, health-conscious consumer who wants to be inspired in the kitchen.”

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