Dig Food Group has always gone above and beyond when it comes to their products and how they run their business, and that hasn’t changed in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
The popular establishment’s mission is to rebuild the food system by sourcing, cooking and serving delicious food. How they achieve that fresh, never microwavable, no preservative, house-made goodness is by sourcing food from the area, and they are following that exact same ideology with their latest offering.
Dig is now providing Philadelphians the chance to acquire an enticing quantity of farm-fresh produce without ever having to step foot into a grocery store, which as we all know is a valid precaution that many are taking now. With the new Dig Farm Box, fresh food lovers will receive 7-9 vegetables that rotate weekly, all from local suppliers and producers, as well as growers within Dig’s larger network.
The boxes not only offer a delicious and healthy way to spice up your quarantine cooking, but also a way to support local suppliers and producers—a delicious win-win.
Dig Food Groups CEO Adam Eskin said it best in a previous statement to Metro: “We’ve been fortunate, we certainly have had a few of our team members and leaders who been spending time down in Philadelphia getting to know people, and the restaurant is led by two local chefs. We are very locally focused—we want to meet the folks who are excited about our mission and the type of food that we want to cook and then partner with them to do something really special and connect with the community as well.”
The Farm Boxes will be available for pickup priced at $24, or for delivery priced at $26, although delivery is same-day and free within Dig’s designated zone, noted on their website and app.
Dig is also still producing their mouth-watering menu selections for pick-up and delivery (free and contact-less) as well if you’re looking to skip a few steps and go right to the tasty prize. The helpful, wholesome and hearty fare consists of fresh ingredients ranging from vegetables, proteins, sauces and even desserts. Think charred broccoli, roasted sweet potatoes, roasted brussel sprouts, kale caesar salad, naturally raised and sustainably resourced proteins including wild salmon and organic tofu, plus much more.
In addition to their edible offerings, the locally sourced, healthy hotspot has also been giving back and started a program, Dig Feeds, and has been donating meals to Broad Street Ministry to help serve their cause. For every bowl ordered online, Dig is donating a meal to someone in need. Dig is currently looking for more organizations to donate too—any Philadelphian who has one in mind can email Dig at email@example.com or text DIGFEEDS to 80519.
To learn more information, visit diginn.com.