The Organic Dish - Kitchen & Cafe (All-in-one now!)
The Organic Dish
Our Organic Cafe
Address: 3117 28th Street Boulder, CO 80301 (303) 736.9930,
Toll Free 1-800-408-5905
Our first and most important commitment is to you, our customer.
You are the most important part of our business – you are essential to our success. We want to exceed your expectations every time you come in contact with The Organic Dish, whether that’s through our products, our website, over the phone, or in person.
We guarantee your satisfaction unconditionally.
If you are not completely satisfied for any reason please let us know and we will make it right.
About our prepped organic Meal Kits
Food glorious food! You need the time to relax and enjoy your family. Start by eating a delicious and nutritious meal you can cook in less than 30 minutes minimizing the hassles of menu planning, grocery shopping and clean-up. Be inspired by our delicious, healthy organic meal kits delivery right to your doorstep. We have something for everyone!
About the Cafe
The Organic Dish Cafe is an extension of our main meal kit business. In our new location we are now able to provide made to order ready to eat organic breakfast and lunch items. Our space is a sanctuary healthy eating and connecting and we encourage our customers to hang out, use our free wifi and observe the amazing view of the Flatirons from our southern windows. Our cafe also serves as a grab and go for those on the run.
About Dan and Drew Sorrells
Dan and Drew Sorrells, from Longmont, CO, purchased the business in 2012. Dan as the CEO and Chief Menu Imagineer brings a lifetime of passion for cooking. He was raised in New Orleans and is used to pleasing his palette with rich and flavorful foods. Dan has taken The Organic Dish to the next level and developed new menu items that set the bar for quality in frozen meals on the market. He has continued to nurture and deepen the loyal customer base at The Organic Dish by keeping his ideas fresh and flavorful.
Drew Sorrells is the Director of Sales and Marketing. She has established the importance of "Moms" as a key market niche to The Organic Dish and has developed targeted campaigns to penetrate these market segments.
We believe in organic eating and want to share our reasons why with you.
10 Reasons for Eating Organic
Great tasteMany people buy organic food because they believe it tastes better than non-organic food (that includes us). This could be because organic fruit and vegetables tend to grow more slowly and have a lower water content, which may contribute to the fuller flavor.
It’s healthyOn average, organic food contains higher levels of vitamin C and essential minerals such as calcium, magnesium, iron and chromium as well as cancer-fighting antioxidants. For example, organic milk is naturally higher in omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin E, vitamin A (beta carotene) and certain other antioxidants than non-organic milk.
No nasty additivesOrganic food contains significantly fewer additives than conventionally produced food. Among the banned additives are hydrogenated fat, aspartame (artificial sweetener) and monosodium glutamate, which have all been linked to health problems.
Avoids pesticidesThe best way of reducing your exposure to potentially harmful pesticides is to eat organically grown food. Over 440 pesticides can be routinely used in non-organic farming and residues are often present in non-organic food. Over 40% of all non-organic fruit, vegetables and bread tested in 2005 contained pesticides according to the Government’s Pesticide Residues Committee. The results for particular fruit and vegetables were much worse, e.g. chemicals were found in all oranges tested, 90% of bread, 72% of grapes and 95% pears.
GMO-freeGenetically modified (GMO) crops and ingredients are not allowed under organic standards. Over a million tonnes of GM crops are used to feed non-organic livestock that produce much, if not most, of the non-organic pork, bacon, milk cheese and other dairy products in our supermarkets.
No reliance on drugsAntibiotic additives routinely added to animal food to speed animal growth are linked with bacterial resistance in humans to the same or closely related antibiotics. Organic standards ban the routine use of antibiotics.
No hidden costsEvery year we spend hundreds of millions of tax-payer dollars to pay for chemicals to be removed from drinking water, mainly as a result of the pesticides used in farming.
High standardsOrganic food comes from trusted sources. All organic farms and food companies are inspected at least once a year.
Care for animalsAnimal welfare is taken very seriously under organic standards. The benefits of the organic approach are acknowledged by animal welfare organizations such as Compassion in World Farming.
Good for wildlife and the environmentOverall organic farming supports more farmland wildlife than non-organic farming. The government has acknowledged that it is better for wildlife, causes lower pollution from sprays, produces less carbon dioxide – the main global warming gas – and less dangerous wastes.
Everything created with love from Dan & Drew's kitchen.