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Online grocer Door to Door Organics expands into 3 new cities

Online grocer Door to Door Organics expands into 3 new cities
Growth in Iowa, Ohio and Southern Colorado marks the online grocer's presence in 60 cities across the country.

Door to Door Organics, a leading natural and organic online grocer, today announced expansion into two new markets, Des Moines, Iowa, and Columbus, Ohio, as well as additional areas of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Pueblo.

This is the third major market expansion announcement from Door to Door Organics, following expansions in Milwaukee and Cleveland on the heels of a successful Series B announcement in the fall of 2014. Deliveries of farm-fresh organic produce and curated, local and natural groceries – with no delivery fee – begin the week of Aug. 10 in new areas of Colorado Springs and Pueblo. Des Moines deliveries will begin the week of Sept. 14, and Columbus deliveries will kick off the week of Sept. 28. Customers in each new market will benefit from Door to Door Organics' strict focus on partnering with farmers and ranchers who are committed to the health of the land and the welfare of the animals they raise.

"It has been an exciting year of growth for our company, and I am proud to bring Good Food to new markets where consumers have expressed real interest in the intersection of organic and local food with the latest in delivery technology," said Chad Arnold, CEO of Door to Door Organics.

An example of hyper local partnerships include Hartzler Family Dairy, Bowman & Landes and Shagbark Seed & Mill Tortilla Chips and Crackers for Columbus customers; Colorado favorites like MMLocal and Noosa Yoghurt for Pueblo and Colorado Springs; and Ebersole Cattle Company and Des Moines Bacon Company in Des Moines.

During the growing season, Door to Door Organics customers enjoy a selection of locally grown produce for their regular weekly or biweekly deliveries, thanks to a uniquely integrated mix of distributors and farmers offering USDA-certified organic produce.

Getting started with Door to Door Organics is simple. New customers choose a box size, type of box (either veggie, fruit or mixed produce) and the frequency of delivery (weekly or biweekly) from the website. Customers receive an email with a list of items scheduled to be in the box and have the ability to customize their order by adding and removing items before it's delivered. Door to Door Organics also has a #JoyDelivered guarantee, so customers can trust that the goodies in their boxes are picked and carefully packed by people as picky about food as they are.

Founded in 1997, Door to Door Organics currently operates in 13 markets and 60 U.S. cities. Since its establishment, Door to Door Organics has made more than 2 million deliveries.

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