We've got some great news for our customers.
But, before going into detail, we wanted to quickly say thank you.
Since launching in April, we've been constantly evolving - and that's all thanks to our fantastic local support. Without the generous relationships, advice and amazing produce from local businesses, we wouldn't be where we are today.
From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for choosing Goodery and trusting us with your weekly shop.
So, what's new?
We're delighted to tell you that Arthur’s Organics has now joined the Goodery family! We believe in sourcing organic produce that's good for people and the planet. The team behind Arthur's Organics have supported us right from the beginning and we've become great friends.
Together, we look forward to expanding the range of fresh, local organic produce. We'll be working closely with farmers to create a more sustainable, affordable and resilient organic food supply for the region.
About Arthur’s Organics
Arthur’s Organics was founded by Tony Park. Arthur's was founded in Dereham in 1985. Tony started delivering organic fruit and veg boxes in 2002 after Grahame and Lizzie Hughes passed on their long-standing scheme to focus on growing. He prides himself in:
- Supporting organic farming and local producers
- Respecting environmental concerns wherever possible
- Reusing boxes and packaging wherever possible
- Reliable weekly, or fortnightly, service
- Superb boxes, packed by experts and delivered with a friendly smile
- Never using air-freighted produce.
What this means for you
This means that you get the best of the best. Eventually, we'll be able to offer more delivery days, a broader range of products and better value. We are working to grow deeper relationships with local farmers and exploring how we can help kickstart the next generation of organic growers here in Norfolk.
We're trying to make organic easier and more affordable for all.
Whether you’re a Goodery customer or an Arthur’s Organics customer, we’re keen to hear how this news sits with you.
What do you think?
Let us know in the comments below or reach out to us via email or social. Keen to hear your thoughts.