A workers' cooperative growing food on London's edge in the Lea Valley

What’s in the bags this week – 28 February

Here are the details of this week’s box scheme fruit and veg bags. Tempted? Join the box scheme here.

Standard vegetable bags have Ambo potatoes, Spring greens (Essex), carrots, onions, Red Kuri squash, beetroot (Norfolk), black radish bunch, beansprouts (Chingford ).No potato bags have pak choi instead of radish and mushrooms (Suffolk).

Large vegetable bags have Ambo potatoes, Pak Choi, swede (Essex), onions, carrots, leeks (Norfolk), beansprouts, black radish bunch (Chingford), kalettes, parsnips (Devon). No potato bags have white mushrooms (Suffolk).

Medium vegetable have Ambo potatoes, Savoy cabbage, Spring greens (Essex), beetroot, carrots (Norfolk), beansprouts (Chingford). No potato bags have white mushrooms (Suffolk).

Small vegetable bags have Ambo potatoes (Essex), onions, Red Kuri squash, mixed salad leaves (Norfolk), beansprouts (Chingford). No potato bags have parsnips (Devon).

Standard fruit bags have bananas (Dominican Republic), Jonagold apples (Norfolk),blood oranges, clementines, ruby grapefruit (Spain).

Medium fruit bags have blood oranges, ruby grapefruit, clementines (Spain), Jonagold apples (Kent).

Small fruit bags have Jonagold apples (Norfolk), blood oranges (Spain), lemons (Italy).

Where does our produce come from? We get our produce from Hughes Organics (Norfolk), Sarah Green (Essex), Brockmans Farm (Kent) and from organic wholesaler Langridge (especially non-UK fruit). We aim to contribute 20% of the produce in our bags from either Hawkwood Plant Nursery (Chingford), or our farm starters; London Grown (Haringay), Shannon (Ilford), Primrose Organic farm (Herts). Contents may vary due to availability.

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