What's inside a fruit booster box?

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Getting in touch with growers
Surprise Oddbox

Here’s the fun bit. Instead of giving growers a shopping list, we flip the food system and ask what’s going spare. We call this ‘grower-led eating’.

If there’s space in our boxes, we then speak to growers from further afield. We’d rather rescue fruit from abroad than see it go to waste, but don’t worry – we have a strict no-air-miles policy.

Choose what to leave out...

Each week we’ll email you a list of all the fresh fruit we’ve rescued.

If you’re not a fan of something or have lots left over, you can add it to your ‘exclusions’ list which is under ‘preferences’.

You can choose up to three exclusions each week. And – as long as it’s before your cut-off time – we’ll surprise you by replacing them with other freshly rescued fruit.

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... and what to add in.

Passion fruit? Limes? Or fiery chillies, to mix things up?

Each week we’ll email you our ‘add-ons’ list – extra-special, last-minute rescues that you can add to your fruit delivery for a small cost.

Be quick though, when they’re gone, they’re gone.

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Your pear-fect box.

You can choose from weekly or fortnightly fruit deliveries.

If you want to change to a fruit and veg box, just head to ‘my subscriptions’. As long as it’s before your cut-off time, you can switch things up in just a few clicks.

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Wake up to a delivery of fresh fruit.

Just like the milkman, our fruit deliveries happen overnight, so your box will be waiting when you wake up. We do this to keep emissions low.

Each area has its own delivery night, so you’ll know when to expect us. You can tell us exactly where to leave your fruit box. And we’ll email you a photo to let you know where to find it.

How your box makes a difference.

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Around 40% of all food grown goes uneaten, wasting with it, a humongous amount of CO2e and water.

Fruit and veg can be at risk of going to waste for all kinds of reasons – it could be “too big”, “too odd” or just “too many”.

By rescuing instead of shopping, you’ll be helping make a difference to the planet. One dinky apple at a time.

Happy Customers.