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

What’s in the bags this week – 14 October

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

From OrganicLea in Chingford: Cooking apples, quince, beetroot, kale, runner beans, chillies, salad and tomatoes.
From Hawkendale in Chingford:
French beans, chard, kale, kohlrabi and pattypan squash.
From Stort Valley in Hertfordshire:
Chard and kale.
From Sarah Green in Essex: Ambo potatoes, beetroot and cavolo nero.
From Peach & Pippin in Essex: Bloody ploughman’s apples and spartan apples.
From Ripple Organic in Kent: Spinach, red kuri squash and spaghetti squash.
From Bore Farm in Kent: Delicata squash.
From Oakwood Farm in Sussex: Epicure apples and russet apples.
From Hughes Organics in Norfolk: Carrots, onions, leeks, broccoli and conference pears.
From Capel Mushrooms in Suffolk: White mushrooms.
From Bedlam Farm in Cambridgeshire: Pattypan squash.
From organic wholesalers Langridge: Celeriac (Lancs), fennel (Lincs), green satsumas, oranges, grapefruit (Spain) and bananas (Dominican Republic).

Large vegetable bags have Ambo potatoes, carrots, onions, salad, cavolo nero, celeriac, leeks, red kuri squash and fennel. No potato bags have tomatoes.

Standard vegetable bags have Ambo potatoes, carrots, onions, salad, kale, beetroot, spaghetti squash and chillies. No potato bags have broccoli.

Medium vegetable bags have Ambo potatoes, onions, cavolo nero, pattypan squash, celeriac and mushrooms. No potato bags have french or runner beans.

Small vegetable bags have Ambo potatoes, carrots, chard, leeks and delicata squash. No potato bags have french or runner beans.

Standard fruit bags have cooking apples or quince, conference pears, bananas, green satsumas and oranges.

Medium fruit bags have apples, bananas, conference pears and green satsumas.

Small fruit bags have apples, grapefruit and green satsumas.

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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