Everything you need to know about your GRIM subscription
We've designed GRIM as a daily relief for your weekly grocery shopping. GRIM works as a subscription with full flexibility: that means you'll keep on receiving boxes without having to worry about when and what to shop, but with the option of skipping weeks and cancelling at any times.
We are convinced that we can sustainably contribute to a changed eating and buying behavior through boxes filled with ugly but healthy, 100% organic certified fresh produce that would normally be wasted.
Whether you’re cooking for yourself or an entire army, we have the right box size to match your lifestyle.
Weekly deliveries or only every second week? Need to cancel, change boxes, or skip a week? Not a problem.
Want the full convenience of home delivery? We got you! Wanna go the extra mile and reduce your environmental footprint? Choose pick up at our pick up spot in Copenhagen Nordvest.
Our weekly email newsletter with unboxing info and recipe ideas gets sent out the day before your box arrives and makes it easy for you to go ahead with your meal planning. If you have allergies or do not like certain items, we will make sure to substitute with something else.
Get your box delivered right to your doorstep by bike or car or come pick it up yourself at one of our pick up spots across town.
Welcome a little more excitement and fun back into your kitchen and try out ingredients you might have never tasted before. Get inspired by our crooked veggies and recipe ideas!
Subscription or single box? No problem. Skipping weeks or cancelling is super simple and switching box size, subscription plan and shipping method can be done at any point.
Never has reducing waste been so effortless. We do the work in selecting top quality food that might otherwise go to waste, you do the cooking.
We keep packaging at a minimum and re-use your wooden GRIM boxes to the max.
Our GRIM box makes it easy for you to add more vegetables into your diet.
Choose between home delivery and pick up.
sometimes biodynamic. No pesticides and GMO.
Bring back the swag into your kitchen and get a good laugh from our crooked vegetables.
Level up your cooking skills by trying out our plant-based recipes, food waste tricks and kitchen hacks
Know exactly where your food is coming from and why it is in our GRIM boxes - info you cannot get from any supermarket or other mealboxes. On top of that, you can be assured that we pay farmers a fair price for all the love, time and resources they put into growing our food.
It’s easy to recycle responsibly, so help us keep your GRIM habit as sustainable as possible with these tips and tricks
Your veggies are transported in wooden boxes that are reused as many times as possible. Help us out and return your wooden box to us with each new box you receive.
Inside the box is a thin plastic bag to contain all the veg and prevent them from getting into contact with germs during transportation. This is a requirement from the Ministry of Environment and Food of Denmark. We are currently looking into replacing the only plastic bag we use with biodegradable material. In the meantime, use it for storing your veggies in the fridge or re-use as a trash bag.
You might know the green bags made of corn starch from your own home composting. We are using those to pack leafy vegetables that release a lot of humidity, like salads. Re-use them in your own green bin.
Sometimes, more delicate items that get easily bruised require separation from the rest of the veggies in the box to not get smashed, so we use brown paper bags to keep ‘em safe and sound. Re-use them to store your veggies that like it dark, for example potatoes.
For our pick up customers in Nordvest, we offer the possibility to take home veggies in one of our handmade certified organic and fairtrade cotton bags, so the bike ride home gets manageable and fashionable ;) Re-use them for your weekly shopping instead of buying single use plastic bags.
The paper we use for printing your weekly box leaflets on comes from responsible sources and is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council and the EU Ecolabel.