Green BEAN Delivery

When we first moved back to Indy, I didn’t know anyone that was less than a 45 min drive from our town. I got on MeetUp and found this mom group called theCityMoms and was excited but nervous to start making new friends from scratch. I’m now very thankful I ran across this group because I’ve met a lot of awesome women and done some pretty cool events with them!

GreenBEAN delivery vase
GreenBEAN delivery

Green BEAN Delivery

As a CityMom I was invited to attend a luncheon at GreenBEAN Delivery to better understand the behind the scenes business side of a product that makes a mom’s life so much less stressful. GreenBEAN Delivery is a grocery distributor that has this goal in mind:

‘Our goal is to make healthy and sustainably-grown local food affordable, accessible, and convenient to the Midwest communities we serve.’

Green BEAN has access to a large majority of their inventory through the two farms they own and operate in Sheridan, IN and Mason, OH. What does this mean for us moms? Fruit and veggies that will last over a week because it’s coming from the farm to Green BEAN and delivered to our table without the wait time of a conventional grocery store. For parents with toddlers who like a fruit one day and hate it the next, this is a huge money saver!

While we were at the Green BEAN headquarters in Indianapolis we were taught the importance of healthy eating and introducing it in fresh ways to our children. The husband/wife team Matt and Beth shared the importance of mending the America’s broken food system by connecting rural farming with urban communities.

GreenBEAN delivery

GreenBEAN delivery

Beth gave a demonstration on how we can implement fresh veggies everyday for a quick delicious lunch. Her solution:

GreenBEAN mason jar salad

Mason Jar Salad

Mine included (in order from bottom to top)

  • Sweet Onion Dijon dressing (or dressing of your choice)
  • Pecans
  • Feta cheese
  • Watermelon Radishes (I can’t WAIT for these to be back in season!)
  • Hard-boiled egg
  • Heirloom cherry tomatoes
  • Leafy greens & spinach

There are thousands of combinations you could do to make your own mason jar salad. I recommend using a jar with a wide mouth opening so you can easily reach  your hand in while making it and eating it. The best part is that it doesn’t dirty up dishes! Just pull out your organic ingredients, add them to the jar and use that as your lunch box and bowl!

GreenBEAN Delivery

I love the food Green BEAN Delivery distributes almost as much as their heart behind the mission. Living in the midwest, we have a very short window of opportunity to get fresh veggies that are only found at the farmers market. Those naval oranges aren’t in season here in IN (not to mention you’d have to pay a pretty penny to buy a fresh orange in IN) but they’re straight from a farm in CA that has a great relationship with Green BEAN. Having fresh fruits for a snack with Soph after school and grilling fresh veggies on the grill made our family feel great. We were very surprised by the quality and longevity of the produce.

I’ve partnered up with Green BEAN to get you a $15 off your first order because I want everyone to have the chance to try those naval oranges, oh and the Sweet Onion Dijon, oh and the heirloom tomatoes, OH! and don’t forget about the watermelon radishes! Let’s just say, we’ll be eating more fresh fruits and veggies from now on.

Promo code: DIYMAMA

To win a $35 giftcard as a new member, go follow me on Twitter! Ends 8/20

This promo code is only valid for new members who are just signing up for Green BEAN Delivery and also for past members who are reactivating their account with us. The promotional code can’t be coupled with any other discounts.

3 thoughts on “Green BEAN Delivery

  1. I haven’t tried it but sounds like something I would love. Loving that mason jar. I have wanted to do the salads in the jar for a long while now. Need to just do it. Following you now. 🙂

    1. I’m not a huge salad girl but this was really fun and I’ve done it several times since trying out new ingredients! The key is making sure you do the layers in the correct order so the salad stays fresh (dense/liquids on the bottom). 🙂 Good luck!

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