Artizone, an online shop for farm-raised meat, local organic produce and small batch breads in Chicago and Dallas, announces it is opening in the Denver metro area in April 2015.

The first group of artisans has been announced. Among the opening artisans are Western Daughters Butcher Shoppe, offering fresh meat and provisions; Seafood Landings, Denver's premier fish market; and St. Kilian's Cheese Shop and Market, offering a wide variety of regional and local products including artisanal cheeses and high quality epicurean essentials.

"With the constant consumer demand growth for sustainable foods, locally grown and raised products and healthy and organic ingredients, we are happy to expand and enhance our operations.  Denver has been a leader and has set the tone for many of the growth trends we are seeing.  We are happy to help Denverites access these unique products with the greatest convenience possible, and with the great customer service we pride ourselves on," says Alex Zeltcer, president of artizone.

"Expanding our operations to Denver is the natural step to make. I'm excited to work with shops like Western Daughters, St. Kilian's and others, to fulfill our vision of artisan flavor, delivered," says Lior Lavy, COO of artizone.  "We are thrilled to be coming to Denver and supporting such a strong artisan community.  We want to offer the same distribution channels we created in Chicago and Dallas to the new age artisans in Denver," Lavy adds.

"We are excited to join artizone and the vendors they are partnering with in their expansion to Denver.  We look forward to sharing our products with customers around the metro area," says Jon Marshal, owner St. Kilian's Cheese Shop and Market.

Artizone, Ltd. is an online grocery shopping and home delivery business operating in Chicago, IL and Dallas, TX. Founded by parents who love to cook, it currently serves over 10,000 homes and sources its products from over 200 specialty local shops in Chicago and Dallas including local butchers, fish mongers, cheese purveyors, farmers, bakers and many more.  For more information please visit