Workers at Coosemans-Denver are set to resume packing retail herbs in clamshells for a major supermarket chain. Coosemans is a specialty produce supplier that offers hundreds of products, including ginger, shallots and fresh culinary herbs, says Garrick Macek, vice president of operations. ( Courtesy Coosemans-Denver )

Coosemans-Denver is offering Gourmet Premium Food Boxes that Garrick Macek, vice president of operations, expects will become more and more popular as consumers cope with COVID-19.

The company already is selling some, but Macek is in the process of interviewing marketing companies to help promote the boxes and turn the program into a new revenue stream.

For about $30, a consumer can pick up a box of about 10 pounds of gourmet items like Belgian endive, fingerling potatoes, pomegranates, baby heirloom tomatoes and baby beets with tops.

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