Lettuce in Austin, Texas
To a new sustainable, healthy and more convenient lifestyle.
How It Works
We partner with other local farms to supply what we don’t grow.
Nutritious, delicious, easy, kid friendly and sustainable.
Hand crafted, incredibly fresh, complete, yet flexible. affordable.
Everything we deliver adheres to our core principles: Local, fresh, nutritious, sustainably grown/raise and packaged.
Explore Lettuce Main Plans in Austin
All plans include 3 meals/week, and serve 2 or 4 persons each.
Select number of persons:
More Goodness in Each Delivery
You can add a growing number of items to your regular deliveries, with the same level of convenience, affordability and sustainability.
$18 per delivery
Welcome to a New Relationship With the Food You Eat.
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You can switch between plans, and skip deliveries for any week(s) through your online Lettuce account or by emailing customer support. No minimums.
You can cancel anytime, no questions asked. We will schedule to pick up the containers and other materials. There may be a $25 fee in case you do not return those items.
In Austin and surrounding areas, we currently deliver on Mondays and Saturdays, with more days coming soon. At sign up, you’ll pick any of those days as your regular delivery day. You can change it anytime from your account.
For any week (if you have too much food, or have run out), you can schedule a deliver for any other regularly available delivery day.
Note: We don’t deliver on US holidays, or if there is severe weather that is affecting harvesting, operations or delivery.
You will receive an email 2 days before your regularly scheduled delivery day describing the recipes and ingredients coming up. It will also include a shopping list for pantry items such as oil, butter, salt, etc. you will need to cook the meals, nutrition notes and other info.
The cut off time for you to make changes or to skip your delivery is 9am on the day before the delivery.
We will pick up previous week’s containers and other materials when making the delivery – you will need to put them outside your door.
You will receive additional notifications with everything you need to know at every step of the way. You can always write to us at email@example.com anytime with questions or changes you’d like to make.
Our processes and materials used change with the seasons, weather patterns and other local factors. For instance, during the hot summers of Austin, we use extra, high quality insulation in our packaging that keep ingredients cold/frozen even when exposed to the hot sun. We may also suggest that you put out a cooler into which we can leave the deliveries.
We source the freshest, most humanely raised, local and sustainable animal products – details of which will be included with each recipe.
'Local, fresh & delicious? Must not be affordable!'
Quite the opposite in fact. Lettuce saves you hundreds of dollars compared to buying food anywhere else.
Recipes Cards: Intuitive & Educational
Each recipe and its card is carefully crafted by our experienced chefs based on seasons, ease of preparation, nutrition and taste.
The kits include delicious sauces and spices we make from scratch.
Explore the various features of our recipe cards below:
Ready to go
Everything in the main container is clearly marked, with prep instructions right there – so it’s easy for the chefs who like to prep every in advance.
Easy & delicious
Freshly prepared spice mixes and sauces are included in zero-waste jars – allowing you to make most dishes in under 30 minutes.
P.S.: Our spices and sauces are legendary. Just ask any customer! 😉
Local & seasonal
We design recipes around what is being harvested in your area at that time, as much as possible. What’s local is clearly marked. Don’t worry, we’ll include essentials (like garlic) that may not be in season.
In the official FDA format. For those who are inclined to keep track.
Notes about the nutritional qualities of various ingredients – so every week you learn about what you put in your body. You are what you eat, after all – something we believe passionately. ❤️
We know it, because we grow it, and it’s as fresh as it can get. We bring amazing new flavors & medicinal benefits to our recipes by incorporating rare herbs and plant varieties we grow in our farms.
Step by step
Color-coded items, chef’s tips and easy to follow steps that engage the whole family.
Expert advice, short cuts or tips to get kids and others involved in the cooking process.
Composting, Built In
Use our empty containers as compost bins for the rest of the week. All that rich organic material comes back to us when we pick up the Bag, gets composted in our facilities, and then goes into our Farms as fertilizer. A perfect cycle that results in less going into the landfill, nutrient-dense produce and low prices for you.
Lettuce's Austin Area Sustainability Index
This week we received
of food scraps prevented from going into landfills every year per household!
Road less travelled
The ingredients in this weeks’ Lettuce delivery traveled an average of:
before reaching a home in Central Austin.
Compare this with a national average of 1500 miles!
This weeks’ Lettuce delivery helped avoid
of plastic waste from hitting the landfill.
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