Simply, we’re asking for you to:
log in to the Nextdoorganics site and
sign up for a free membership.
The current website is still somewhat of a work in process and may be slightly rough around the edges, but we are expecting to initiate the delivery of weekly grocery subscriptions again within the next two weeks. In order to make sure that this transition goes smoothly, the first critical step is for you to migrate your profile from the old website, which was hosted by Farmigo and which added to our monthly overhead costs, to our new self-hosted site. You will not be charged for any future orders without specifically opting in, so there is no need to cancel or hold your previous subscriptions under the old website.
The next step will be to sign up for a premium membership (currently free of charge for 6 months) and choose a subscription plan. We will provide additional detail on this step in a follow up email within the next few days. Unlike in the past, you do not need to have an active grocery subscription plan in order to purchase from our webstore as these items will be drop shipped to you.
As we are just now beginning to roll out the new model, we still have a lot of work to do in terms of getting the best products available to you and establishing partnerships with local retailers that we can vouch for who are able to offer promotions to our members. For the sake of building Nextdoorganics into something that can be scaled and that can grow across neighborhoods and regions as your primary access point to the good food economy no matter where you are, we welcome all direction from our membership regarding product companies or local brick and mortar establishments that you love and would like to share with the rest of the Nextdoorganics community.
If you haven’t used our service in a while, or if you stopped using it because it didn’t meet your needs, I invite you to come back and give us a chance. There may be some kinks as we are bringing people over from the old to the new service and we are rolling out new technology and new partnerships all at once, but the point is that we are working to build this now in order to serve our membership, so you have a chance to help define how Nextdoorganics evolves in the coming year, and what it can be in the future.Thank you,
The Nextdoorganics Team
P.S. - with all of the changes that we have been managing for the past month, it is likely that some questions or emails may have fallen through the cracks. We will be going back through and cleaning up any outstanding inquiries, but if you haven't heard, please feel free to reach out to email@example.com or fill out a contact request form on the website.