OurHarvest – Organic Grocery

Every September when I move back from the West Coast, I make a list of Fall goals. Every year, I say that I am going to go to the Farmers Market to get fresh, local produce, fruit, and any other random goodies. And yet, every year, I fail miserably and never make it to one.

 

Way back when, Good Eggs, existed. But that was short lived in NYC and didn’t last long (and it didn’t deliver to the Upper East side of Manhattan). So I was thrilled when I randomly came about (via instragram stories, nonetheless) OurHarvest. It is an online New York farmer’s market and gourmet grocery with local, farm-fresh, organic ingredients in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Long Island. It has existed in NYC since 2014, and even though I am late to the game, I amĀ  so thrilled to have found it NOW! IT IS AMAZING bold italic exclamation point. It is coined Manhattan’s Farmers Market, and I get it. It is a farmers market that delivers throughout Manhattan. GENIUS.

 

The prices are good, the selection incredible, and the products themselves are the best. And the online platform is super easy, beautifully laid out, and great to work with (unlike instacart which I hate with all my might). There is so much to choose from and everything is fresh and local. You can get meat, fish, dairy, produce, fruit, pantry items, baked goods. Anything and everything.

 

I can’t get to a store without getting a fake sweet. Meaning, I love dessert, but want to curb my sweets so anytime there is a date sweetened goodie, I am a sucker for it.

I made gazpacho with all the fresh tomatoes I bought — the tomatoes were INSANE. I am a *HUGE* tomato snob and will only eat certain ones, and these were all incredible. Worth buying from this site just for the fresh tomatoes.

Can’t wait to try.

Organic salmon, yes please.

MUD, can’t wait to try, too!

 

I was like a kid in a candy store the first time I went on to their website. So many delicious items! If you live in NYC, then definitely check them out here.

Anika Yael Natori, aka, The Josie Girl

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  1. I’ve learned to never underestimate the power of Instagram stories. I’ve found some of my favorite brands on Instagram!

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