Pacific Coast Harvest - Seattle $25 - Bring Locally Grown Organic Produce Directly to Your Door with $50 worth from Pacific Coast Harvest

May 22, 2013 - 3:00am
Save a trip to the grocery store, and you support local farmers at the same time with today's deal: For $25, get $50 worth of organic produce delivered right to your door! Each week, Pacific Coast Harvest will bring you an order of delicious organic produce in a handmade reusable cedar box filled with organic produce, from local farms straight to your door. make sure each box is just how you like it, you can customize your order every week! In bringing locally-grown organic produce right to your door, we're making it easy for you to support farmers that grow their fruits and vegetables responsibly. Check out our local farms: Choose from Three Varieties of Boxes: The All-Vegetable Box The 1/2 and 1/2 Box The Washington Box ($36) Limit 1 per person Limit 2 per person Promotion expires 6 months from promotion date Redeem online following the instructions on your voucher Voucher is valid for delivery of one regular-sized box of produce from Pacific Coast Harvest. Valid for new members only. Pacific Coast Harvest is a subscription-based service; you must register as a member before redeeming voucher. A valid credit or debit card is required during the membership registration process; Pacific Coast Harvest will bill automatically for future deliveries unless membership is canceled. Membership may be cancelled at any time. Delivery is available to the general Seattle Metro area along I-5.

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