I’m a relatively lazy person. I have a small garden in which I grow only the things I know I will regularly eat (cucumbers, tomatoes, basil, for instance) and often don’t get up early enough to beat the lines at Urbana’s Market at the Square. When I found out that there was a local business that grew veggies and herbs and would deliver them to my home, I was overjoyed. This is a lazy food lover’s dream. Or one of them, at least. “Such a luxury is surely out of price range,” I said aloud. But no! For only $20, I could have delicious, locally grown organic produce delivered to my doorstep.
Jess talks with the folks at the Urban Gardens Company about their gardens, their produce delivery program, and eating "ultra-local" and "ultra-fresh" veggies.