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Fruit, veg or both? XS or large? Weekly or fortnightly? The choice is yours.

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Wake up to fresh fruit & veg

To keep our emissions low, our deliveries happen overnight – just like the milkman.

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Fruit & veg boxes

Up to 9 types of veg & 4 types of fruit

From £10.99
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Veg Boxes

Up to 9 types of veg

From £11.69
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Fruit boxes

Up to 6 types of fruit

From £11.99
Fight food waste

Why is food wasted?

"Too big", "too wonky", "too many".
Around 40% of all food grown goes to waste,
either left behind on the farm or thrown away at home.

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Fresh from the farm

From stressed asparagus to out-of-season sprouts. Our growers explain how the weather and other factors affect crops – and how they can lead to food waste.

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Outstanding in their fields

What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘farming’? Is it a woman in her 60s, driving a forklift truck? A woman in a laboratory, testing soil samples? Or a woman working from home, auditing food safety practices and managing irrigation licences?

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Rescue story: brassicas

Love ‘em or hate ‘em, Christmas lunch wouldn’t be the same without a Brussels Sprout (or ten). But even if you’re not a fan, this year it’s more important than ever to show our little green friends some love.

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Rescue story: curvy courgettes

Growing courgettes is a labour-intensive process. Did you know, every courgette you eat has been harvested by hand?

Asparagus being picked

Rescue story: wonky asparagus

You don’t need us to tell you that this spring has been unusually cold. But while, for most of us, that just means keeping our winter coats out for a few more months, the knock-on effects for the UK’s farmers and growers have been huge. In fact, the chilly days and sub-zero nights have slowed down asparagus season by over two weeks, meaning farmers have had a worrying time of not being able to meet demand. And it’s not as if they can just pop a few more in the ground for the summer, either, as Malcolm at Red Star Growers explains:  “By the time we plant our asparagus crowns (the bare roots of a dormant asparagus plant - a bit like a bulb), they’ve already been growing for two-three years. A year later, we might get a light harvest. And then we’ll only get a full cut of asparagus the year after that – a full two years after planting.” So if the season is delayed, demand is high and supermarkets are banging on the doors for asparagus, why do we need to get involved at all?

What people say

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Odd for every occasion

Out-of-the-box recipe ideas to help you eat good, do good and waste less.

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Asparagus Polenta Cake

Herby polenta cooked then poured over whole asparagus, cooled until it hardened and then grilled to perfection.

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Lemon Risotto Stuffed Courgettes

Try this Romanian inspired recipe, showcasing whole courgettes cut into cylinders, stuffed with a creamy and lemony risotto and served in a quick tomato broth.

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Chia Seeds Rhubarb & Vanilla Pancakes

These vegan pancakes are so delicious and easy to make, but also packed with nutrition with the chia seeds and oats and look beautiful with the bright pink colour from the rhubarb both inside and outside the pancakes. They are served with a drizzle of maple syrup for good measure; simply the perfect spring breakfast. 

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Whole Stuffed Onions

Provencal “petit farcis” inspired recipe showcasing whole onions peeled, carved and stuffed with an onion, lentils, parsley and feta/vegan feta filling. The onions are then baked until juicy, warm and all round delicious.

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