This Charlestown-based aggregator delivers weekly boxes of organic produce to Newton's doorsteps on Thursdays. They offer a variety of size options as well as a $32 "dogma" box of only locally-sourced produce. Grocery items are easily added to delivery boxes. It's a no-fee subscription based service that can be paused or turned on and off as needed. Without a subscription fee, Boston Organics can easily be tried out for a week to see if it's the right fit for you!
An organic farm with CSA farm shares delivered every Tuesday to its three host sites in Newton. Still accepting members. Shares are delivered to a safe social distancing environment. Eggs available as share add-ons.
Just down the road in next-door Weston, the farm stand at Land’s Sake sells its own produce, honey, and maple syrup; grass-fed beef and pastured pork; and several locally made products. The stand is open for in-person and online shopping, with same day pick up. To get even closer to the land, the farm has a “pick your own” option for flowers, vegetables and herbs. Open Tuesday & Thursday 12-6 pm; Wednesday & Friday 12-5 pm; and Saturday 11-3 pm. CLOSED FOR SEASON
Fresh, local food without making a trip to the farmers' market. Local produce, beef, cheese, bread, pasta, and more. $35 minimum order plus a $6 delivery fee. Orders must be placed no later than midnight on Tuesday for Thursday delivery to Newton, Needham, Wellesley, and Weston. Log onto their site & select the Metrowest Virtual Farmers' Market for ordering!
Produce and products sourced from Pioneer Valley farms delivered to Newton doorsteps. SNAP orders are placed through the website and customers are called to arrange payment. HIP payments accepted for all produce orders. $30 minimum order and a $10 delivery fee. SNAP customers get FREE DELIVERY with coupon code *SNAP*. Orders are processed on a weekly basis, with cutoff Saturday at midnight. Delivery schedule is sent out at the beginning of each week.
Newton's own community farm has just announced its sale of Healthy Harvest Bags by preorder. Instead of purchasing from the farm stand, which is closed, you can now order a bag of seasonal produce from their online store and arrange for pickup at the farm on Thursday afternoon.
Located in Granby, this organic farm delivers CSA produce shares to Newton's St. John's Episcopal Church on Lowell Ave. While its summer shares are sold out for 2020, there are still fall shares available. Shares must be picked up on Thursdays from 4:15-7 PM.
A Sudbury Farm that offers CSA pickups, and, for an additional $10 fee, doorstep CSA delivery. Produce is sustainably grown and free of chemical herbicides, pesticides, and synthetic fertilizers. Summer CSA pickups in Newton are on Mondays from 1-10 pm at Rancatore's in Newtonville. Includes a weekly e-newsletter with recipes based on farm share ingredients.
Place your order on Wednesday, and this company offers free Friday delivery to Newton of products from its own store for orders $40+. In addition to almost 100% organic produce, What Cheer has a wide selection of local items like cheese, yogurt, eggs, tofu, flour, apple cider, hummus, hot sauce, eggs, & more.