An online home delivery service will expand to the Batesville-Oldenburg area. (image: Green Bean Delivery)Residents may start seeing the vehicles of a budding company sprout up around the area.Green Bean Delivery, an online home delivery service that provides organic produce and natural groceries to its members, announced that it is expanding services to the Batesville and Oldenburg area.The company distributes organic and locally grown food directly to consumer doorsteps.“What we’re trying to do is to make healthy foods more convenient, affordable and accessible to the communities we serve,” said John Freeland, vice president of Green Bean Delivery.“So we’re out networking with area food producers and growers and trying to combine a robust product offering and put that all on one simple, easy to access online ordering platform.”The company was founded in 2007 and has since grown to serve more than 15,000 customers in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio.Freeland indicated that the company has received interest from community members about expanding services to the region. Since inception, the company has invested more than $7 million into local food economies throughout the Midwest.Interested consumers create an account and place their orders through the company website. During account set-up, customers can select a produce bin of their choice and delivery frequency. According to the company, membership allows for no-sign up fees and no commitments. Deliveries begin the week of March 3.Freeland confirmed that a facility will not be located in Batesville or Oldenburg, as the company remains delivery-based. Learn more at http://www.greenbeandelivery.com/
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