Shopping for your groceries online is simple, cost effective, and downright awesome. But, like with all new things, you probably have questions. Here we answer your most burning questions and offer up all sorts of interesting tidbits about what we do, how we do it, and why it matters.



Ordering & Using the Website

Why should I shop with Mile High Organics?

How do I shop with Mile High Organics?

How do I know my delivery days?

How much can I save by having groceries delivered?

Where do you deliver?

When can I edit my order?

When is my order cut-off time?

Why are items setup as recurring?

How do I check out?

How does billing work?

How much does delivery cost?

When can I expect my delivery?

About Mile High Organics

What is a certified organic online grocer?

What does "Organic" mean?

Is all of your produce certified organic?

What are GMOs?

Do you sell local items?







  1. Why should I shop with Mile High Organics?
  2. There are so many fabulous reasons to shop with Mile High Organics, the question should really be why not shop with us! Here's a quick breakdown of what makes us different — and what's in it for you:
• Colorado's most transparent grocer. We can trace all of our products to the source, so you know you're getting products you can trust. In the case of a recall we can actually trace the product to your order and notify you. 
• More organic. Our store is over 70% organic — more than any other grocer. Our produce selection is 100% organic, 100% of the time.
• Easy online ordering and home delivery. We pack your groceries and deliver them to your door. No driving, no lines, no hassle. 

• Highest quality. Our produce quality can't be matched. Every order is handpicked by our experts and carefully packed just for you. 

Competitive pricing. Our prices are cost competitive with other major retailers.
• We're flexible. You buy what you want, when you want. No minimums or restrictions. We even offer multiple delivery days.
• Local love. You love supporting local businesses and agriculture. So do we! Buy your favorite local products through Mile High Organics and support twice the local businesses with one purchase. It's so meta!






How do I shop with Mile High Organics? [back to top]

It's easy! Simply create a free account and start shopping. We'll deliver your groceries to your door on your next delivery day.


How do I know my delivery days? [back to top]

Delivery days are determined by zipcode. The address you provide when you create your free account will be used to determine your delivery day options.


How much can I save by having groceries delivered? [back to top]

Our prices are cost competitive with other major grocery retailers. In addition to competitive pricing we offer exclusive member specials and in-bin promotions weekly.

Not to mention the time you save by avoiding the hassle of the grocery store! The adage "Time is Money" rings true at Mile High Organics and we're on a mission to give you more of it. The average American makes over 100 trips to the grocery store every year — stop schleping and let us do the work for you.


Where do you deliver? [back to top]

We deliver in 200 zip codes up and down the Front Range — from Pueblo to Fort Collins. We also deliver along I-70 as far west as Eagle. For information about our services in your exact zip code please call (303) 835-1212. Here is a handy list of the major towns we serve.



When can I edit my order? [back to top]

You can shop our entire store anytime before your order cut-off time — except for organic produce. In order to offer you the best of what's fresh, organic produce items (fruits, veggies & herbs) populate the Wednesday before the coming delivery week (delivery weeks run Sunday through Saturday). With the exception of organic produce items, your account allows you to shop up to four weeks into the future.

When is my order cut-off time? [back to top]

Your order cut-off time is 11 a.m. the day before the order delivery day, except it's noon on Sundays. After this point you will not be able to edit your order in your account.

Our members love the convenience of next day delivery, but well all completely space sometimes! If you've forgotten to add anything to your order, please give us a call and we'll do our very best to delight you. Member Care is open Monday - Sunday, 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. (303) 835-1212.


How do I check out? [back to top]

The answer is easy, you don't! Shopping with Mile High Organics eliminates check out lanes and lugging groceries home. Simply place items in your shopping cart and whatever is in your cart come cut-off time is what we bring to your door the very next day.


How does billing work? [back to top]

All billing occurs on the credit card entered in your account. Credit cards are billed shortly after your order cut-off time, the day before your delivery.

How much does delivery cost? [back to top]

Delivery on all orders over $75 is FREE. For orders under that size, there is a $7.99 charge.

*A small fee applies to orders in Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Evergreen, and the mountain towns on I-70 from Evergreen to Eagle.


When can I expect my delivery? [back to top]

Your order arrives anytime between 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. on your specified delivery day. It's a big window because our delivery drivers adjust their routes daily, based on fuel efficiency. The good news? You do not need to be at home! Your order is custom packed in a plastic tote, lined with insulating material and ice packs. We guarantee the freshness of everything inside until midnight on the day of your delivery. This includes your frozen items too. We'll pick up all the reusable materials upon your next delivery or scheduled pick up.




What is a certified organic online grocer? [back to top]

Our whole business is certified organic, just like an apple or a box of crackers. This means that our facilities and processes are subject to strict rules, approved by the National Organic Program (NOP), and regulated by the USDA. What it means for you is that our entire business is audited by a thrid party on a regular basis to ensure that all of our organic products are what we say they are.

Because of this auditing process, and our online business model, we can trace every product we send to your home all the way back to the date it was received. In the case of a recall we can actually identify and notify individuals who received a recalled product. It's a whole other level of transparency and safety that a brick-and-mortar store could never attain. 


What does "Organic" mean? [back to top]

A product bearing the USDA Organic seal has been subject to rigorous regulations designed to protect humans from harmful chemicals & pesticides, to protect the environment, and to protect livestock. All USDA certified organic products are GMO-free by definition. Read more about what organic means here.


Is all of your produce certified organic? [back to top]

Yes! 100% of our fresh produce is certified organic, 100% of the time. Unlike other “natural” grocery retailers, you never have to read the fine print to know if your produce is organic



What are GMO's? [back to top]

A Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) is an organism (animal or plant) that is created in a laboratory. Scientists interbreed two completely separate species to produce the new organism. This means a corn plant could be interbred with an insect to produce a new species of corn. Read more about GMO's and why we label them here.


Do you sell local items? [back to top]

Absolutely! We support local companies and producers — we're local too! The Rocky Mountain region has so many amazing farmers and ranchers who raise products perfectly suited to the local environment. Our USDA certified organic lamb from the mountains of northern New Mexico, or quinoa produced high in the San Juan Mountains reflect the best of our unique region.

We work directly with Colorado farmers and producers. Orchards like Ela Family Farms use their experience as Colorado natives to produce the tastiest fruit imaginable. Greenhouse operations like Circle Fresh Farms and Hazel Dell Mushrooms allow us to bring you local produce all year long. You'll also find all of your favorite local grocery brands like Justin's Nut Butters and Rudi's! 



Cities we Serve: [back to top]








Fort Lupton





Fort Collins









North Glenn





Commerce City










Genesee Park


Ken Caryle

Highlands Ranch


Greenwood Village

Castle Pines


Castle Rock


Colorado Springs


Lone Tree