I've recently moved from London to Manhattan. In London there was an excellent service which, each week, assembled a box of in-season organic fruit and veg and delivered it for about $25. You never knew what you were going to get until it arrived, but you could exclude things you didn't like.
Is there a parallel here? I'd prefer something local (so would like to avoid "fedex"-style delivery) and cost is relevant. I'm aware of "CSAs" (community supported agriculture), but I've missed this season, and my read is that many don't deliver.
Many thanks! Also feel free to refer a more relevant forum... this is my first post, and geography seemed to be the most important factor.