GREENWOOD, Ind. (AP) - Indiana consumers who want to know where their food came from and how fresh it is have new options as food-delivery services and co-ops spring up around the state.
The Daily Journal reports services such as Green BEAN Delivery and FarmIndy allow people to arrange to have freshly picked food delivered to their door.
Green BEAN vice president John Freeland says keeping local customers happy is essential to ensuring the growth of his business. The company opened in 2007 as a way to provide all-natural and organic food to people who otherwise couldn't get it.
The service includes produce, meat and nearly 1,000 other grocery items.
Freeland says buyers need to be committed to eating a lot of fruits and vegetables to make it worth their money.
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