Summit County CO Fresh Produce Farmers Market Delivery Service Launched

Summit County, Colorado fresh produce delivery business Kiki’s Peak Produce announced the launch of its delivery of fresh local fruits and vegetables to clients in Alma, Breckenridge, Frisco and the surrounding areas.

Kiki’s Peak Produce, a fresh fruit and vegetable delivery business based in Summit County, Colorado, announced an updated range of services for clients interested in fresh local produce. A family owned business led by Kiki Noel Strömberg, Kiki’s Peak Produce brings Summit County residents fresh tomatoes, cucumbers, peaches, cherries and other fruits and vegetables sourced from sustainable Colorado farms.

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Kiki’s latest launch aims to respond to the increased demand for high-quality local produce, as more and more consumers are looking for tastier, healthier alternatives to supermarket fruits and vegetables.

Kiki drives to local farms in Palisade and other Colorado areas to pick up fresh produce every week, and brings it to Alma, Breckenridge or Frisco.

Her clients can choose to have their produce delivered to their homes, or pick them up at the Alma and Breckenridge Farmer’s Markets.

Kiki’s delivers fresh produce to Alma, Breckenridge, Frisco, and any location in Summit County. Clients can choose from a large selection of fruits and vegetables, including peaches, apples, pears, apricots, bananas, tomatoes, cucumbers and many others.

Kiki started her fresh produce business to share her passion for healthy, tasty fruits, vegetables and herbs. She wasn’t satisfied with the quality of supermarket-available produce – which often spend too much time on the shelf – so she started going to different farms in Colorado to find the best alternatives.

With hundreds of satisfied clients, Kiki continues to expand her services to bring fresh produce to the Summit County community and promote healthier food habits.

“My hope is to continue providing healthy alternatives to a lot of the bad food that’s being consumed in America”, says Kiki. “When people taste the difference in farm fresh produce, they might just change their outlook on certain fruits and vegetables that they thought they didn’t like.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

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