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Deadline to sign up for a farmshare is June 10

4 June, 2019: This spring has been a rainy one for farmers in our region (some are saying it was one of the rainiest on record!), but it looks like summer is shaping up to be beautiful. Don’t miss out on a box of veggies straight from a local farm, delivered to your nearest Clover. The deadline to sign up… Read More

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Meet the Farmer event at WBUR CitySpace: May 28, 4pm

15 May, 2019: This May has been a time of anticipation. The soil is warming, but the rain has been incessant. Despite the rain, seedlings are beginning to peek up out of the ground, and that can only mean one thing: CSA signups are live! Don’t miss out on deliveries of produce straight from a farm to your nearest Clover. Signups END… Read More

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Tearing up the chickpea platter

12 April, 2019: Back in the truck days there were boats. A boat was for someone who didn’t want the bread with their chickpea fritter. You took a fry boat, swiped it with hummus, and added all the ingredients in a chickpea fritter. Sometimes when we ran out of bread, all items would become boats. Boats became platters when we… Read More

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Ditch blends?

29 March, 2019: Over the years, we’ve served you carrots from single farms, tomatoes from single farms, even medlars and paw paws from single farms. But did you know we’ve also been serving coffees from single farms? 98% of the coffee you find in Boston is a blend of beans from multiple farms or even multiple countries. There’s a reason for that.… Read More

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Wild Salmon Greens Bowl

26 February, 2019: We had an idea to do carbon comparisons of our menu items. We compared them to other items using a super simple calculation. I think for most customers this has been too tiny to notice. But Lynn told us that some people now believe we serve a Wild Salmon Greens Bowl. So funny. Read More

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No giant soup popsicles here

8 January, 2019: The other day Fabricio (DTX) told me that over the weekend he popped his head into one of our competitors and watched the staff defrosting a giant frozen popsicle. That frozen popsicle? Soup. Rolando was our chef when we first started. He learned soup when working at the French Laundry with Thomas Keller. He taught us about… Read More

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Winter CSAs SOLD OUT! 50k heading to local farms

30 November, 2018: WOW. The response this year was insane. Michael Docter (pictured above) texted me: “What kind of drugs did you promise I’d be putting in these shares?!!!” No drugs needed, your bright and delicious roots are addictive enough! For those of you who managed to get a spot, pickups start Monday. Please share what you’re cooking. If you… Read More

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Sign up today, eat better tomorrow.

13 November, 2018: We’re super excited to announce that Winter CSAs are back for the 6th year in a row. This CSA (or farmshare) is grown by the Godfather of farming in Western Mass, the king of organics, who harvests roots right before the first frost, right when they’re sweetest, and stores them in a beautiful barn before sending them… Read More

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I didn’t think Clover would work

18 October, 2018: For years I kept this little secret to myself. When I quit my job I didn’t think my idea that became Clover would work. I thought I’d fail. I’d been dreaming about a company that would help meat lovers become vegetable lovers. But I couldn’t find any examples of people who had pulled this off. I didn’t… Read More

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Where is the Brussels?

1 October, 2018: All year people ask me when we will launch the Brussels Sprout Sandwich. But right now it’s different. People are getting emails from our competitors telling them that Brussels are on the menu. They are hitting instagram feeds. Brussels aren’t in season yet, not in New England. It’s really confusing when we’re approaching autumn and you get… Read More