To choose the right box size (otherwise known as a "share"), you need to be realistic about your eating habits. One dedicated vegetarian, who eats at home most of the time, will probably find a solo share too small. However, a solo share is about right for one person who eats at home most of the time, and who eats vegetables most days. We value the produce in a solo box at $16. Share values increase 50% with each larger size, so $24 for a small, $36 for a medium, and $54 for a large.
Photos illustrate the relative sizes of the shares. These photos were taken during the summer, but the content will vary throughout the year. That week the share included: basil, carrots, eggplant, onions, garlic, purslane, green peppers, roma tomatoes, and small-fruit tomatoes.
Prices include delivery for Zones A (most of Chicago and close suburbs). There's an extra charge for delivery to Zone C or for our special Primetime.
A solo share is about right for one person who eats at home most of the time, and who eats vegetables most days or two lighter, veggie eaters.
About 2/3 the size of the Small share.
Great for couples or small households. A single vegetarian might find it the right size as well.