Rocket Deliveries FAQ
NEW PARTNERSHIP - RING OF KERRY - LOCAL DELIVERY ROUTE
The first deliveries for existing Rocket customers will be dispatched the week of the 26th of August. If you're living in the Ring of Kerry (and also Tralee) Kim will deliver your Green Earth Organics order to you personally and you can also avail of the local shipping rate. In addition, you'll have the opportunity to order the full range of products (400 grocery items) from our online store including:
1. Local organic eggs
2. Zero Plastic groceries
3. Chopped tomatoes
5. Natural tofu
6. Almond milk
7. Olive Oil
8. Apple juice & orange juice
9. Bamboo toothbrushes
10. Dried fruit and nuts
11. Irish jams and honey
12. Tea & coffee etc
FAQ’s for existing customers:
How can I order?
- All orders can be placed online or over the phone if you want to join the box scheme. Kim will give you a call over the coming weeks to chat to you about how that works.
When will I get my first delivery?
- If you order today, you'll receive your first delivery on Thursday 29th of August. Please use the coupon code ‘Rocket’ and you can avail of our local delivery rate. (Note: the box contents may change if you order in advance).
When is the order deadline?
- All orders or changes to orders must be received before Sunday night (11pm) for delivery that week. If you are a box scheme customer, please email any changes to your regular order to firstname.lastname@example.org or send Kim a text on 087 411 8678.
If I want a regular delivery, how does that work?
- You can get an automatic delivery every week, or every fortnight – whatever works for you! Just call us for more info and we will get your box scheme subscription up and running.
Where is the product from, is it all Irish?
1. The fresh organic vegetables come from our own farm first (currently we are harvesting, scallions, spinach, salad, lettuce green and red, kale, beetroot and the first celery.)
2. As local to our farm as possible.
3. Irish (we buy from at least 10 other Irish organic vegetable and fruit growers, some of which grow specifically for us).
4. Europe (never air-freighted).
5. The world (never air-freighted)