"We package them in onion sacks and place them in USPS boxes," Dorsey said. "They deliver in two days, so they arrive fresh as long as they aren't laying in the 80-degree sun on someone's porch all day."
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"During peak season we typically do between 50 to 200 pounds per week," Dorsey said. "It is hard to keep up sometimes."