Raleigh Area Produce Delivery

Last summer I signed up for Lee’s Produce deliveries and I loved it. I love buying fresh, local produce from the Farmer’s Market but hauling 3 small children halfway across town in the heat of summer was not my idea of fun.

Lee's Produce

Lee’s Produce is a family owned farm. You can even go visit the farm to see exactly where the majority of their food is grown. Everything in their produce boxes is grown locally, boxed and delivered fresh to your door step. The great thing about Lee’s Produce is their delivery service requires NO contract or additional fees. Some produce delivery services have a small range for delivery but Lee’s delivers to Wake, Durham and Johnston counties.

Lee’s Produce Box Options

Produce Plus Box – $25 (default package)
Wide variety of “staple” fruits and vegetables plus an added item each week such as fresh bread, honey, pecans, peanuts, cider, etc. You can expect from 5-10 items in this box. Perfect for Families.

Premium – $23
Wide variety of “staple” and “unique” fruits and vegetables but may not include any extra item. You can expect from 5-9 items in this box.

Adventure – $18
This box is a smaller portion compared to the Plus and Premium. It will have a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, just a smaller quantity of each. This box works perfect for small families or single households. You can expect 5-9 items in this box.

Fruit Plus – Price Varies
A variety of the fruits that are in season. This box may contain all of the same fruit or a mix between what is available at the time. The price of this box varies depending on the fruit in season.

You Pick – $23 minimum
Design your own box based on the different produce available. You can put as much or as little of whatever you choose! The minimum price for this box is $23.

Screen Shot 2014-03-16 at 2.13.21 PMOur Adventure Box – That’s 4 ears of corn, 2 tomatoes, 1 bell pepper, 4 onions, 1 pint blueberries, 1 container small potatoes,1 container green beans, 3 yellow squash & 3 zucchini.

We started off purchasing the Adventure boxes but near the end of the season we tried a few of the other boxes included a 20lb box of sweet potatoes that have lasted us almost the entire winter.

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I look forward to the spring season and the return of our Lee’s Produce Boxes.

If you sign up now you will be put in a drawing for one free box the week of May 1st!

I received no product or compensation in exchange for this post I just want to share about a great local company! However, if you are interested in signing up let them know I recommended you and I can get a discount on my next box!


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