The Organibox Story
Organibox is the closest you can get to walking up the farm track, shaking hands with the grower and coming home with an armful of freshly-picked, finest organic produce for dinner.
When we first started, our goal was to help make great quality, organic produce accessible for everyone. Simple. No confusing terms, no huge price points and no problems in getting the highest quality produce direct to your door. What started as a simple chat between friends has grown into a small, independent business that delivers nationwide.
We’re committed to bringing you the best in fruit and vegetable produce. All of our products are 100% certified organic, with a known delivery chain to ensure the best quality and the freshest produce. We procure and load from our worldwide network of farms direct into our UK hub, and straight into the box that arrives at your door.
With two delivery days every week, our goal is to help you and your family eat well & stay healthy.
Organic produce has long been known to provide extra health benefits and the natural process of farming to ensure the best and safest results.
We strive to not only help you eat better, but feel better. Our ethic is to provide our products in the most environmentally friendly way, with fully recycled/recyclable packaging and zero plastics.
Our carefully sourced delivery partner, DPD, have intentionally been chosen to provide you, our valued customers, with not only a great service, but because they are one of the greenest delivery partners available.
We have endeavoured to source the best and most environmentally friendly options for our produce, boxes and delivery channel.
We only stock organic produce. This is a commitment to our customers to only supply what we feel is the best available produce, but also helps to ensure the farming methods used by our growers are more sustainable.
Through our delivery chain, we have tried to ensure that all farmers, growers and suppliers are well supported and by proxy they can support their staff and workers accordingly.
Almost 300 pesticides can be routinely used in non-organic farming and are often present in non-organic food.
Hydrogenated fats and controversial artificial food colours and preservatives are banned under organic standards.
Help the Wildlife
Organic farms are havens for wildlife and provide homes for bees, birds and butterflies – there is up to 50% more wildlife on organic farms!
Research published in the British Journal of Nutrition found significant differences between organic and non-organic farming.