Green B.E.A.N. Delivery: Save $15

by Maureen McCabe on September 13, 2013


Green B.E.A.N. Delivery save $15 with this promo code:

Promo code: 15CBml   This  Green B.E.A.N. Delivery code is  good for $15 off your first order and expires exactly one week from the   Green B.E.A.N.  Delivery a  Farmer’s Market to your door  post.  The review was posted on Monday, September 9, 2013.   The promo code was good for a week from that post.   Quick you only have a couple of days left to use the promo code.  Want to try home delivery of organic produce?  Use the code to recieve a $15 discount on your first (or reactivation) Green B.E.A.N. Delivery order. The promo code is good for a limited time only (one week from publication of Green B.E.A.N. Delivery post above.)

Green B.E.A.N.  Delivery Ohio

Green B.E.A.N. Delivery Part Deux,

Our second delivery of  “Organic Produce & Natural Groceries”  from Green  BEAN Delivery arrived September 3, 2013 the week after the order I agreed to review.  I did not expect the second delivery…  the PR person who asked me to review Green B.E.A.N. Delivery wrote:

“Your credit card information is required, however you will NOT be charged and will not receive deliveries past the single free review bin.” 

We did not intend to try Green B.E.A.N. Delivery for a second week.  In fact one of us (who shall remain nameless) was sorta alarmed over a second green bin being delivered. I had a sneaking suspicion that a second delivery was imminent. I got an automated call that a charge had been made to my card on file. The call went into voice mail and I read an email that my card was charged $X.00.  Green B.E.A.N. Delivery gave me the $15 discount ( you can save $15 too… use the promo code above. )

Green B.E.A.N. Delivery Oops

Green BinWas my email never right in their system?  I never received an email. Not the “welcome” email from the company, nor those emails  I signed up to receive.  It would have helped to have information from Green BEAN Delivery.

I looked through my spam filter to make sure there were not Green BEAN Delivery emails there.

The PR person who arranged the review on wrote me:

After that, you’ll receive a “welcome” email from the company, which will have all of the details for you.”

I got a call from Green BEAN Delivery after the second bin arrived.  Actually the phone call was  after I went in using my email address and suspended all future deliveries  ( you can not quit Green B.E.A.N.  online you have to call or email)  but you can suspend.  I suspended a bunch of weeks delivery.   The call was to let me know I had not quit.  I knew I had not quit. I wanted access to my account and the information throughout the review.  I was puzzled about why I never received an email.   As I had received and been charged for a second delivery.  I sent an email with my correct email address and I was again able to access my Green  BEAN Delivery account again.


Green B.E.A.N. Delivery Part Deux: the produce

  • Melon Mini Watermelon
  • Carrots Rainbow – Bulk bag
  • Celery
  • LOCAL Potatoes, Red Adirondack
  • Apple, Ginger Gold
  • Pears, Red Bartlett
  • Berries, Red Rasberries
  • Mushrooms, Shitake
  • Local Lettuce, Bibb

A Farmers Market to Your Door

On the invoice there is a code, on each item.    Cracking the code and guessing. Perhaps it says on the site or in the emails they send out.

LO OG = Local Organic Grown?

MW OG = Midwest Organic Grown?

US OG = US  Organic Grown?

The produce was a small bin, vegetables for two people for a week. There were  two local items in the second Green BEAN Delivery order I received.  It also said “Local” in bold on the invoice for the potatoes and lettuce.  The only MW OG (Midwest? ) item was the apples.

Worthington Farmers Market September 2013

Calling all local organic growers

Aren’t there local growers of melons, carrots, apples and pears? Maybe even mushrooms and celery are grown locally.  I know I bought a pint of raspberries at the Worthington Farmers Market September 7, 2013.    Maybe there are not organic growers in Ohio for these other fruits and vegtables.   Green BEAN Delivery is “Organic Produce & Natural Groceries” the invoice says so.  I was disappointed the first week that there were only three local items in the green bin.   The phrase “a Farmer’s Market to your doorstep”  sounded like fresh local produce to me.

The green cabbage above is from the Worthington Farmers Market.   Maybe this time of year was not the best time to review Green B.E.A.N. Delivery.  I have access to fresh local foods at central Ohio farmers markets.  The grocery stores nearby have fresh produce, some organic, some of it local.  Perhaps another time of year the organic produce from Green BEAN Delivery would be more appealing.

Maybe it is all in my head but local tastes better to me.

Thank goodness I suspended what would have been the third week of Green BEAN Delivery, there was spaghetti squash scheduled.  I just don’t like spaghetti squash.

I want to thank Green BEAN Delivery for the first weeks bin and the discount on the second week’s bin. The produce was a small bin, vegetables for two people for a week.  Try an order yourself  and let me know what you think about the produce and the delivery service. Try it.  Be sure and watch your account, email  and credit card  if you try Green B.E.A.N. Delivery.  Use the promo code if you order in the next couple of days  on Green B.E.A.N. Delivery and save $15



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