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

What’s in the bags this week – 4 December

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

From OrganicLea in Chingford: Jerusalem artichokes, Desiree potatoes, black Spanish radish.
From Sarah Green in Essex:
Ambo potatoes, Cavolo Nero, Brussels sprouts, leeks, beetroot, radicchio.
From Hughes Organics in Norfolk: Onions, Conference pears, parsley.
From Bagthorpe Farm in Norfolk: Carrots, parsnips.
From Ripple organics in Kent: Crown Prince squash,stir fry greens, salad.
From Capel mushrooms in Suffolk: White mushrooms.
From Oakwood Farms in Suffolk: Fiesta apples.
From organic wholesalers Langridge: Golden beetroot (Norfolk), parsnips, sprout tops (Lancs), celeriac, swede (Lincs), clementines, pomegranates (Spain), kiwis, Navel oranges (Italy), bananas (Dominican Republic).

Standard vegetable bags have Ambo potatoes, carrots, onions, stir fry greens, radicchio, Crown Prince squash, golden beetroot and parsnips. No potato bags have Jerusalem artichokes.

Large vegetable bags have Ambo or Desiree potatoes, carrots, onions, sprout tops, salad, Black Spanish radish, Crown Prince squash, celeriac, parsnips and parsley. No potato bags have Jerusalem artichokes.

Medium vegetable bags have Ambo potatoes, carrots, Cavolo Nero, Brussels sprouts, celeriac and leeks. No potato bags have beetroot.

Small vegetable bags have Ambo potatoes, onions, stir fry greens, swede and mushrooms. No potato bags have Golden beetroot.

Standard fruit bags have bananas, Fiesta apples, clementines, Conference pears and kiwis.

Medium fruit bags have pomegranate, clementines, bananas and Conference pears.

Small fruit bags have Fiesta apples, oranges and pomegranate

We aim to contribute at least two items of produce from our site in Chingford or our farmstarters Daniel and Stort Valley. Read more about our Farmstart programme here. Contents may vary due to availability. Please return your bags and packaging for recycling and re-use.

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