Farm Fresh Food and Treats Delivered to Doorsteps

Auden Erwin

This month, Something GUD launches its farm-to-fridge delivery service for Boston and the North Shore, providing customers with sustainably sourced fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, dairy, snacks, desserts, and beer and wine, delivered directly to their door. Something GUD will host a launch party on June 22 for all to meet the farmers and fishermen and eat great, local food.

“It’s like a full-diet CSA (Community Supported Agriculture), except you can choose exactly how much you get, and you can change it any time,” says Something GUD co-owner Colin Davis. “Local, farm fresh food is amazing, and we make it insanely easy for people to buy all their food directly from farmers, fishermen, bakers and more.”

Davis says that more than 50 percent of every customer dollar spent goes directly to the people who grew, caught or baked the meals. “When our customers come home from work, their fridge will be stocked with amazing local food. And right now, people can get $5 off their first delivery by using the code AWAKEN,” he says.

For more information and details on the launch party, call 978-846-1116, email or visit

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