Boxes of Eden Goes Poof But Absurd Organics Seems to Pick Up the Slack

I previously wrote a post about a charitable company named Boxes of Eden that was selling fruits and vegetables online. When I looked at the site three months ago it raised some concerns for me and I wrote Boxes of Eden and Destinato Have My Scam Antenna Way Up.

One of the comments on that post was from Samatha Roberts with Boxes for Eden that said, “We are a relatively new company formed by a charity to help end COVID by sending nutritious foods so we can stop the spread. We partner with mostly organic farmers who pick and ship directly, with our profits all going towards creating a small orphanage for homeless women and children.”

Even the marketing on the Boxes of Eden website mentioned COVID. It felt very COVID advantageous.

But I just learned the Boxes of Eden website has gone missing. If you visit it now you see a message that says:

Why would the Boxes of Eden website go missing?

A reader said another site was related. The site is for Absurd Organics. And sure enough, Michael Aesir that was directly related to Boxes of Eden says he is the co-founder of Absurd Organics. – Source

It is interesting that his connection with Boxes of Eden does not appear on his about me page or on his Linkedin profile.

I don’t know what happened to Boxes of Eden but I’ve transferred my concerns over to Absurd Organics. I’m very happy to be wrong but something doesn’t feel right.

By the way, Boxes of Eden had a relationship with a company named Destinato and that website was linking to Absurd Organics and has since removed it. – Source

Just be a smart consumer and make sure you have checked the company out so you can make the best decision you can.

1 thought on “Boxes of Eden Goes Poof But Absurd Organics Seems to Pick Up the Slack”

  1. Your instincts are correct.

    Originally, Destinato Rigore, a start up capital venture firm founded by Michael Aesir was an elaborate website dedicated to eradicating homelessness. I came across the site while doing research. The non-profit site presented a masterful plan to address homelessness, social justice, education, farming initiatives re: food insecurity, etc. IT seemed to good to be true. That was in 2017-2018. I continued to follow it’s progress, only to find that it devolved into multiple offshoot companies such as, Destinato, Intyrn, so on and so on, until it vanished.


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