512 Tech Austin: Welcome to the startup farm: Why three startups are sharing one Austin house
Seattle Times: Port Town startup helps neighbors buy, sell backyard produce
“People get to know who, what and where their food comes from,” founder Sam Lillie explained.
Peninsula Daily News: Port Townsend start-up tops Silicon Valley business competition
“It just seemed like there’s so much food going to waste on the ground or in people’s compost because they can’t consume everything they grow. I just walked up to their door and asked if I could sell their apples,” Lillie said. Within three months, he had hand-delivered 300 pounds of produce.
PT Leader:Produce grows $10,000 prize for PT man
“It’s really just a community-based company. It’s all about super local, you can say hyperlocal produce, and creating a transparent agricultural system.” - Sam Lillie
The Denver Post: New website connects Greeley produce growers with consumers
“Our average time from harvest to the door when it’s delivered is under three hours,” said Lillie, 26, who founded Vinder, an online community marketplace for fresh, homegrown produce.
King5: Purchase fresh produce from local gardens via Vinder
“It’s called Vinder. It rhymes with Tinder and hooks you up with your local gardener to get veggies you won’t find at the supermarket.”
Q Fox 13: Locally grown fresh fruits and veggies now just a click away
"You taste some of this and compared to what you get in the store and it's an amazing difference. A huge, huge difference," says Mark Dejarnatt
Average Person Gardening Podcast: #376: How to Make Money Selling Your Extra Home Grown Vegetables
“It opens people up to a lot of different varieties and that’s super cool!” - Mike Podlesny