Boulder Organic Food’s organic food comes from the company’s Organic Valley facility in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, and it has been growing since 2007.
Organic Valley produces about half of the organic food on the market.
That’s a lot of organic food, said Randy D’Elia, Boulder Organic’s vice president of business development and marketing.
“I think it’s going to be very important to our community for Boulder Organic to continue to grow.”
Boulder Organic sells a wide variety of organic products to restaurants and grocery stores, including baked goods, granola bars, baked goods and packaged foods.
It also sells products made with the local composting and organic garden materials, as well as organic meats and dairy products.
In 2014, the Boulder Organic company became the first food and beverage company to offer its own organic foods in stores, and D’Ellia said the company has been expanding the number of products it sells and will soon be able to offer more organic options at restaurants and supermarkets.
D’Elia said Boulder Organic will be expanding the product offerings to include “a variety of local foods, including organic meats, dairy, and eggs.”
D’Elfrao said Boulder is currently the only company in the Colorado market to offer the product directly to customers.
“We’re doing that because we feel that it’s really important for Boulder to continue growing the organic community and continue to do that,” D’Erlio said.
Boulder Organic also makes organic coffee and has a coffee company, the Organic Caffeine Company.
The company offers organic coffee, which is blended with local organic coffee beans.
Dellaio said the new organic products will be offered in more stores, more locally grown and organic.
“Our customers are coming from all over Colorado,” Dellaia said.
“Boulder is a good place to start, because they’re a good example of a place that’s growing.
We’re excited to be expanding in that direction.”
Dellaiello said the Boulder organic food business is growing because of the interest in local foods in general and organic food in particular.
“It’s great that we’re a part of the community,” he said.
Dallaio said Boulder has had a “great organic food industry for years.”
But he said Boulder’s organic market has grown rapidly, which has prompted the company to expand to a second facility in 2018.
“The growth is huge,” Dallaia said, noting that Boulder has already grown organic foods sales by 25 percent annually since 2007 and expects to see that growth continue.
Boulder is also expanding its organic products offerings.
Dillaia said Boulder will sell organic coffee products at its Boulder coffee shops and through its organic coffee service.
The Boulder Organic Coffee Company has also expanded its product offerings, including coffee pods and capsules.
Dalaiello noted that Boulder is a market leader in organic coffee.
“People have been waiting for a long time for Boulder organic to be more available,” he added.
The new Boulder organic products are being tested and sold in grocery stores in the Boulder area and on Boulder’s website.
Boulder officials say they expect Boulder Organic customers to continue visiting Boulder, and they expect to be the first city in Colorado to offer an organic food product.
The market is expected to grow.
Boulder Mayor Dan Green said the market is poised to expand and the company is investing in the area to increase the variety and variety of products.
“This is a very exciting time for our community and Boulder Organic,” Green said.