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

What’s in the bags this week – 2 September

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

From OrganicLea in Chingford: Apples, cooking apples, pears, mini melons, french beans, runner beans, cucumbers, crystal lemon cucumbers, chillies, kale, salad, tomatoes, callaloo, beetroot, chard and rosemary.
From Hawkendale in Chingford: Apples, chives and tomatoes.
From Stort Valley in Hertfordshire:
Kohlrabi, chard, courgettes, lettuce and kale.
From Sarah Green in Essex: Beetroot.
From Ripple Organic in Kent: Spinach, kale and red rudolph potatoes.
From Bore Farm in Kent: White cabbage.
From Bedlam Farm in Cambridgeshire: Baked potato squash and harlequin squash.
From Hughes Organics in Norfolk: Carrots, apples and pears.
From Bagthope Farm in Norfolk: Onions.
From organic wholesalers Langridge: French beans, sweetcorn (Suffolk), red plums (Herefordshire), courgettes (Devon), black pagleiri grapes, mini watermelon (Spain) and bananas (Dominican Republic),

Large vegetable bags have red rudolph potatoes, carrots, onions, white cabbage or callaloo, little gem lettuce, tomatoes, courgettes, sweetcorn, chives or rosemary and baked potato squash. No potato bags have runner beans.

Standard vegetable bags have red rudolph potatoes, carrots, onions, chard or spinach, salad, sweetcorn, harlequin squash and courgettes. No potato bags have kohl rabi.

Medium vegetable bags have red rudolph potatoes, onions, lettuce, cucumber, beetroot and french beans. No potato bags have courgettes.

Small vegetable bags have red rudolph potatoes, carrots, kale, sweetcorn and chillies. No potato bags have crystal lemon cucumber.

Standard fruit bags have cooking apples, conference pears, bananas, plums and black grapes.

Medium fruit bags have conference pears, mini watermelon, bananas and apples.

Small fruit bags have conference pears, discovery apples and plums.

We aim to contribute at least two items of produce from our site in Chingford or our farmstarters Hawkendale and Stort Valley. Read more about our Farmstart programme here. Contents may vary due to availability.

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