Salad Subscription Service Delivers Healthy Meals

| January 10, 2017 | 0 Comments
Farmer’s Fix cofounders are Tawei David Lin (left) and Doug Murphy.

Farmer’s Fix cofounders are Tawei David Lin (left) and Doug Murphy.

Farmer’s Fix, a San Diego salad delivery company, offers weekly subscriptions of delicious and nutritious salads delivered directly to homes or offices. The salads are handmade in small batches every week using fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Each salad is $10 and delivered weekly to customers’ doorsteps in reusable insulated bags with icepacks, staying fresh regardless of whether they are home to receive it.

Farmer’s Fix salads come packaged ready-to-eat in 24-ounce bowls packed with greens, grains like lentils, farro, quinoa and forbidden rice, and with flavorful dressings like smoky pomegranate dressing and chipotle lime. Consuming is as simple as grabbing one out of the fridge.

Subscribers can make salad selections any time before Wednesday 11 p.m., and orders will be delivered the following Sunday. Farmer’s Fix currently offers a selection of 14 different salads to choose from including gluten free and vegan options. Each salad is packed with a colorful and healthy variety of vegetables and fulfilling grains, with no additives or preservatives. Salads can be customized to accommodate any food allergies, sensitivity or dietary restrictions. Each salad contains approximately 300-500 calories.

To find out more about Farmer’s Fix, visit


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