Worthy Flavors Fruit and Vegetable Delivery Content Review

Worthy Flavors box

The other day I received my first shipment from the produce company Worthy Flavors. They ship from south Florida and since I live in central Florida I figured I’d get fresh produce quickly.

I chose the organic box and it is set up to ship bi-weekly. I was told my box would ship on a Tuesday and I got it on the following day.

I did not take immediate photos, but the pictures on this page are of products that came in the box. Mostly, I loved the items.

First Delivery

The box is filled and shipped according to what they want to send. I did not get to select anything.

This is a little bit fun. If you like surprises, and basically like all types of fruits and vegetables, you may love this. I am more pleased than not. I look forward to seeing the contents of my next shipment.

Here are photos of some of the things that came in the box. I got much more than this. See the list below.

What Came in My Organic Box

First delivery box contained the following – everything is organic:

  • 1 head of iceberg lettuce – Unfortunately I do not eat this kind of lettuce. My son ate it.
  • 1 head of Savoy cabbage
  • 1 red onion
  • 3 Roma tomatoes – one tomato is not good. They came unripe, which is good but one tomato is already rotting because it appears damaged.
  • 4 Golden potatoes
  • Cherries – DELICIOUS! Ate them so quickly I didn’t get a photo.
  • Brussel sprouts – one of the few vegetables I really don’t like. Gave to my son.
  • 1 red pepper – very good, ate immediately chopped on my pizza
  • 3 oranges – one was beginning to rot – it had an obvious problem so don’t know why it was even packed.
  • 3 pears – all look good
  • Holiday Herb Medley, including sage, rosemary and thyme – smells wonderful and will freeze what I don’t use.
  • 2 huge carrots – not on the list of ingredients that arrived with the box
  • Big gorgeous head of cauliflower – also not listed

All in all I am pleased with the vegetables and fruit. The cauliflower is perfect. The cherries were wonderful. In fact most of the items were great.

The pros are that I will be eating things I normally don’t buy. Variety in the diet is good. Although I basically follow a Keto diet, I do eat potatoes occasionally. I will eat everything that arrived and nothing will go to waste.

The box comes packed with water bottles – I guess they began frozen – to keep everything cold. It is December and not exactly cold here in Florida but there was no ice in the bottles. This makes me wonder how a summer shipment would work. On the other hand, I don’t like all the water bottles because I don’t drink bottled water, but I understand the concept of replacing ice packages with recyclable bottles.

I love that they offer an organic box as I only buy organic vegetables. I love that everything in the box is recyclable.

On the down side, two items in my shipment were not edible. One tomato was damaged as well as an orange. If I were choosing vegetables at the store I would not have chosen those. Also, I may still have to go shopping for things that did not arrive and I usually eat.

Author: Pam

I grew up in New England but spent most of my life living in central Florida. The joy in my life comes from being on the water, gardening in the backyard, RV camping, playing with my two cats, and hanging out with my grown kids.

4 thoughts on “Worthy Flavors Fruit and Vegetable Delivery Content Review”

  1. I must have pressed the wrong button! One of our companies here in NZ provides freezer bubble ‘blankets’ and then you buy a discounted courier ticket and bag, and send them and the felt wrapping back to the company! Maybe make some suggestions to this company.
    We have just enjoyed a lovely summer Xmas day here in NZ.
    🙂
    Justine

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    1. I am trying to like Brussel sprouts… I love cabbage and most other veggies. My son grilled them and they were pretty good, but not a favorite. Merry Christmas! No sprouts on the menu today… LOL

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  2. Hi Pam
    Brusells sprouts are yummy! I take off the outside damaged leaves. Take off the end of the stalk. Quarter the sprouts, and then stir fry them until they are tender! IF you ever cook them in water, then you do the same, but don’t quarter them. And cut a deep cross in the bottom of the stalk and only cook them until they are just tender! I used to add grainy mustard and cream to the stir fried ones, but now I am eating vegan, that’s off the list. One of our

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