Small Salad Subscription (20 Weeks: June 4 - Oct. 15)

Small Salad Subscription (20 Weeks: June 4 - Oct. 15)

Maple Bloom Farm

Regular price $360.00

ON SALE THIS WEEK ONLY — Ends Sunday, April 17:
  • Pay monthly & SAVE 10% — $40 off your subscription! Adds 3.5% payment plan fee at checkout.
  • Pay in full today & SAVE 15% — $60 off your subscription! No payment plan fee.

Thinking it over? With our 30-day no-risk guarantee, if you're not 100% satisfied, we'll provide you with a full refund. Pay for only the first month to book your spot today with no further payments until service begins in June.


Enjoy weekly pickups of fresh, sustainably grown, and organic salad greens and vegetables from your local farmers! See food list below.

The Small Salad Subscription is great for 1-2 people, providing greens and veggies for 4 full-sized salads per week!

For more people, click here to get the Large Salad Subscription, providing enough for 8 full-sized salads per week! Great for big salad eaters or families.

What's Included

Each pickup includes farm fresh veggies & greens from our organic farm. We handpick one of the following to complement your lettuce mix and shoots.

Small Salad Bundle — $20 weekly value

4 x ¼-½ lb. salads — great for 1 person
Each weekly bundle includes:

    • 1/2 lb organic lettuce mix
    • 1/4 lb organic shoots or microgreens: pea shoots, sunflower shoots, radish microgreens, or micro mix
    • 1 x organic greens or veggie that pairs well with salad: Arugula, Baby Kale, Beets, Carrots, Cherry Tomatoes, Cucumber, Radish, Spinach, Sweet Salad Turnips
Substitutions for allergies or dietary requirements/preference can be accommodated.

    Growing Practices

    You can rest assured that all of the food in your Salad Subscription is grown organically in a safe and responsible way for you, your family and the environment we all share.

    Our farm doesn't use synthetic pesticides or fertilizers. We use pesticide-free growing practices like row cover for pest protection, crop rotation, certified organic seeds, cover crops, and local sources of compost for keeping our soil productive, and our air and waterways clean.


    Feel free to email to ask any questions. We're here to help!

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