Welcome to Lettuce!
And a new sustainable, healthy and more convenient lifestyle.
At this time Lettuce is not available in your area . . . but we would like to change that soon!
Please make an early bird reservation for one of our plans for only $5 below - it will help us prioritize our availability in your area. And you will get your first delivery totally free!
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.
Welcome to a new relationship with the food you eat.
Enter a different address to see the Lettuce services and pricing available:
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.
Grow food: For yourself, or your community, or let us grow on your land. Lettuce be more sustainable and self-reliant.
From the Lettuce Blog
We were surprised when the cucumbers we received from a farm in Texas came individually shrink-wrapped before going into our deliveries. Unfortunately, this represents some of what is wrong with
“When you talk about farmstead cheese, this is about as farmstead as it gets.”
Each week, the Lettuce Orchard Basket gets delivered with a blurb by Lettuce’s Sourcing Manager, Leslie Nelms. Seasonal eating can be particularly tricky when limited to a category like fruit,
“It’s kind of like your birthday and Christmas all wrapped up into one.”
Lettuce is more than our delicious, zero waste meal kits – it’s urban agriculture, a platform for local food and a composting service all rolled into one.
“I feel that lettuce is well-positioned to grab some of that [sustainable food] demand, so I wanted to invest in a company that would take advantage of that trend.”