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Sunday June 2nd, 2013

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Lee and Maria’s Market, a 30-year old farm market in Kingsville, is launching a delivery service to bring locally grown produce directly to the home of Windsor residents.

For years, if city residents wanted farm fresh produce from the county, they’d have to jump in their vehicle and drive 40+ minutes to the roadside stand of their choice. The new Lee and Maria’s Market weekly delivery service fixes that.

You can sign-up for one-time, weekly, or bi-weekly produce bin deliveries. Sign-up can be done either through their website, or over the phone. Then, every Wednesday, drivers from the market will pack their cars filled with fresh county produce and head to the city.

A special feature also allows for some customization of the bins. During sign-up, people can fill out their love and hate list. So if the person really doesn’t like cantaloupe, they know to replace it with something on the love list.

Lee and Maria’s Market is a 30 acre farm and roadside market in Kingsville growing well over a dozen different crops. They also source from other local farmers and processors to provide a wide variety of fresh local fruits and vegetables.

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