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How do I pay for my order?

Klesick Family Farm currently accepts five methods of payment:

1. Direct charge of a debit/credit card

2. Paying by check on delivery

3. Check or money order delivered through the U.S. Postal Service

4. Bill pay through your banking institution

5. Prepayment

1. Debit/Credit Card

Customers that choose to pay by debit/credit card will be asked to file the following information:

Card type

Card number

Expiration date

Name on card

Billing zip code

For your security and assurance, Klesick Family Farm meets the Visa/MasterCard Cardholder Information Security Program (CISP) Standard.

Debit/credit cards are processed the first business day following delivery. At that time, your card will be charged the full balance due on your account.

In the event that debit/credit charges are declined when payment is due, service may be suspended until payment is successfully processed or other payment arrangements are made.

2. Check on Delivery

For your first delivery, please place your check in an envelope addressed to Klesick Family Farm and affix it to your front door (if you prefer a different location just let us know). Your Home Delivery Driver will take your payment and leave your order.

For subsequent deliveries, please place your payment inside the empty produce box and leave it next to your front door (unless you have arranged a different delivery location). Your Home Delivery Driver will take both the payment and the empty box and leave your new order.

Please make checks payable to: Klesick Family Farm. Please include your customer number in the memo section (the customer number is the 8 character code found on your invoice (for example, KLES5350).

Klesick Family Farm requires that customers provide payment with each delivery. If payment is not received on or before your next scheduled delivery, service may be suspended until payment is successfully processed or other payment arrangements are made.

3. Check or Money Order Delivered through the US Postal Service

Klesick Family Farm accepts payments received through the US Postal Service. Checks or money orders can be mailed to the following address:

Klesick Family Farm

18826 Marine Drive

Stanwood, WA 98292

Please make checks or money orders payable to: Klesick Family Farm. Please include your customer number in the memo section (the customer number is the 8 character code found on your invoice (for example, KLES5350).

Klesick Family Farm requires that customers provide payment with each delivery. If payment is not received on or before your next scheduled delivery, service may be suspended until payment is successfully processed or other payment arrangements are made.

4. Bill Pay through Your Banking Institution

Klesick Family Farm accepts payments received through Bill Pay services. Checks processed through bill pay services can be mailed to the following address:

Klesick Family Farm

18826 Marine Drive

Stanwood, WA 98292

Please make checks payable to: Klesick Family Farm. Please include your customer number in the memo section (the customer number is the 8 character code found on your invoice (for example, KLES5350).

Klesick Family Farm requires that customers provide payment with each delivery. If payment is not received on or before your next scheduled delivery, service may be suspended until payment is successfully processed or other payment arrangements are made.

5. Prepayment

Customers wishing to prepay for produce deliveries should contact the office at 360.652.GOOD (4663) or toll free at 866.629.5350 to set up a payment/delivery schedule.

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Is there a delivery fee?

There is no delivery fee if your order includes one of our standard boxes of produce. The cost of delivery is included in the price of each box. Non-box orders will incur an additional $3.50 delivery fee.

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What are your delivery areas and delivery days?

Tuesday:

Everett, Mukilteo, Silver Firs, Mill Creek

Wednesday:

Anacortes, Bothell, Woodinville (limited), Snohomish, Monroe

Thursday:

Marysville (south of 100th St NE), Lake Stevens, Harbour Pointe, Lynnwood, Alderwood Manor, Edmonds, Mountlake Terrace, Brier

Friday:

Arlington, North Marysville, Tulalip, Kayak Point, Warm Beach, Camano Island, Stanwood, Lake Goodwin, Mount Vernon, Burlington, Big Lake (north end), Sedro-Woolley

 

 

 

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Salade Nicoise

My favorite way to enjoy the albacore tuna is on this salad!

Four servings


1 six-ounce can troll-caught albacore in juices
2-3 tablespoons olive oil
1/2 cup chopped fresh basil or 1 tablespoon dried
2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
1 garlic clove, chopped
1 small head green leaf lettuce, torn into bite-size pieces
2 large tomatoes, cut into wedges
1 green pepper, cut into strips
1/2 cucumber, peeled sliced
3-5 radishes, trimmed, sliced
2 hard-boiled eggs, quartered
6 drained canned anchovy fillets (optional, I don’t usually use them)
8 black olives (preferably brine-cured)
2 green onions, chopped

Flake undrained albacore with a fork; add the additional 2-3 tablespoons of olive oil and whisk with basil, lemon juice, and chopped garlic. Season dressing to taste with salt and pepper. Arrange bed of lettuce on large platter. Top decoratively with remaining ingredients. Drizzle enough dressing over to moisten. Serve, passing remaining dressing separately.

This is amazing with a thick buttered slice of Breadfarm’s Blanchard Black Olive Baguette! Make extra dressing and dip the baguette in it…yum!

-Marty, for the Klesick Family Farm



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Salmon Safe Certification

We’ve renewed our Salmon-Safe Certification!

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This means that Klesick is:

  • Maintaining a buffer of trees and vegetation along the stream banks
  • Controlling erosion by cover cropping bare soil
  • Improving the passage for migrating fish
  • Applying natural methods to control weeds and farm pests
  • Using efficient and non-wasteful irrigation practices
  • Protecting wetlands, woodlands, and other natural areas
  • Promoting on-farm plant and wildlife diversity

Learn more about Salmon-Safe on Stewardship Partner’s website.