Since 2009, Local Harvest Delivery has brought Santa Barbara’s farmers markets to local doorsteps with weekly boxes of organic, hand-raised vegetables, fruits, meats, and more. Now the locally owned company is using technology to take their service one step further. This week, Local Harvest Delivery is announcing complete “a la carte” ordering via their website, LocalHarvestDelivery.com.  “If you want to shop from your home or your office desk for local and organic produce, plus get it delivered to your doorsteps with a click, then we are the service for you,” said Sarah Coffman, who co-founded the company with Julie Beamount. “After nine years of offering a customizable multi-farm produce box, we’ve invested more into our ordering system to offer a la carte shopping for people who know exactly what they want. You no longer have to figure out what to do with those beets if you don’t want them.” Local Harvest Delivery will continue to work with the wide array of farms and food purveyors that have made their boxes popular over the past decade. “We are proud to continue in working with our panoply of local farms while offering, for a small sum of $50, a weekly delivery of produce, meats, dairy, nuts, honeys, coffees and more, all grown or crafted locally,” said Beamount, who noted that orders less than $50 will be subject to a $10 delivery fee.

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