Do you have a busy life and no time to shop for fresh produce to eat healthily? I know we are with long work hours, a crazy commute, and work side projects like nomnomboris. We are always on a lookout for ways to make our lives easier. If this sounds like you then Seasonal Roots produce home delivery service is for you. This service will deliver a box of fresh vegetables right to your door. Eating healthy and not wasting hours shopping has never been easier. Plus, you will be supporting local Virginia farms and sustainable farming practices. If you decide to sign up, make sure to use promo code NOMNOMBORIS for $15 off membership. Now see what is inside and unbox it..

Disclaimer: The box was provided to us for free by Season Roots, learn about our honest reviews disclaimer

Make sure to watch the video as it turns out we don’t always know our vegetables. Let us know if it’s funny or sad.

How it Works?

Sing up for Seasonal Roots is super easy and quick. It took us maybe 5 minutes to set up and ready to go. Unlike many other subscription services, Seasonal Roots does have a yearly membership fee. Similar to Costco or Amazon Prime, except cheaper and they do the shopping for you. Depending on your box choice, you get anywhere from 5 to 11 different veggies. You can customize every box per weekly cravings. Increase the things you love and remove items you don’t like. You are in charge, and no one can make you eat those tomatoes if you don’t like them. For example, you want carrots more than okra, click plus and minutes to make those veggie dreams come true. Mostly because we don’t know how to cook okra ;), plus, you can add a few extras from their extensive menu selection like honey, eggs, etc. Every Sunday you can update your order by 11:59 pm or leave it as is without clicking a thing. They make it easy to switch to the biweekly frequency if you are out of town. We don’t customize our order much and just let them pick for us. We are lazy, after all ;). Imagine if we had to spend time and drive to a store for this. Instead, we spend it writing the article for you. Don’t forget to use a promo code NOMNOMBORIS for a $15 off a yearly membership.


Since this is a membership type subscription your first year is $50 and $35 for every following year. Make sure to use NOMNOMBORIS code to join for just $15. While there is an early charge, the cost of each box is very reasonable for the amount of food you receive. Not to mention the impact you are making by supporting responsible farming locally.

  • Veggie Lover Basket (11 choices) – $38.50
  • Family Basket (8 choices) – $34.00
  • Easy Basket (5 choices) – $22.50

Our First Box

Our first box included so much food that we couldn’t eat all in one go and the second box arrived. Good thing there is a pause button, so we are not drawing in veggies. We do not like wasting food — one of those cases where size does matter. So make sure to pick the right box size for you. We had some great nomnoms inside like carrots, strawberries, beetroot, leeks, and a few other tasty things. Everything was fresh and riped so need to wait, and you can bite right in. Of course, don’t forget to watch them first. We got to admin, as you might have noticed in the video, we don’t always know our veggies. They tasted great anyway!

Delivery Areas

Their Veggie Fairies, the super cute name for their crew, has recently expanded their delivery area to Montgomery County, Maryland. You can also receive it if you live in one of these Virginia counties/areas: Northern Virginia, Hampton Roads, Richmond, and Williamsburg. To check if they deliver to your address check the delivery areas.

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Hi, I'm a food blogger who is eating the world one dish at the time. Its simple, I love to eat. Who doesn't? My goal is to share so much food that you just can't stop but drool. Fear the NOM! Embrace the NOM! Exploring local restaurants and share short reviews. Its not about the place, its about the dish and my hungry nomster. Lets eat.

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