A truck full of local, organic blueberries from King Grove is now making weekly drops throughout greater Orlando


  • Photo courtesy King Grove/Facebook
  • King Grove Blueberries
Like any rock band worth their salt (but a way tastier proposition), blueberries from local organic farm King Grove are going on tour and that includes weekly stops in Central Florida.

The USDA-certified King Grove organic farm in Eustis is marking blueberry season with a new service to bring the timely fruit to the adoring masses directly. The Truck Tour service will stop at locations throughout the greater Orlando area and thereabouts to better serve your berry-eating needs.

Despite the undeniable convenience, some pre-planning will be required on the consumer end. Check King Grove's website to find out the list of drop locations for the week, and then place your (required) pre-order for blueberries. Peeping the map, it looks as though Winter Park, Altamonte Springs and Oviedo are regular drop points.

The stops for the Truck Tour service are determined (and posted) a week in advance. Brace yourself for the possibility of sell-outs. But there's always next week.

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