Best CSA for Commitment-phobes
RealGood Farm Box
Community-supported agriculture deliveries are tailor-made for sheltering in place, but for those who are still wary (What am I going to do with two weeks’ worth of turnips?), the River North haute juicery RealGood Stuff Co. has a solution. Drawing on an impressive roster of farmers’ market purveyors, the RealGood Farm Box is a rotating weekly selection of locally grown edibles, from Mick Klüg Farm’s jewel-like berries and Spence Farm’s curly kale to a loaf from Publican Quality Bread. And unlike a typical CSA, where you have to commit to buying a chunk of the farm’s harvest in advance via subscription, you can purchase just a single box (for $45 a pop) when hunger strikes.