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What’s in the bags this week – 18 November

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

From OrganicLea in Chingford: Chillies, kale, pea shoots, broad bean tips, black spanish radish and salad.
From Sarah Green in Essex: Red beetroot, cavelo nero, white cabbage and fennel.
From Ripple Organic in Kent: Spinach, red kuri squash, gem squash, celery and kale.
From Mole End in Kent: Conference pears.
From Oakwood Farm in Sussex: Saturn apples.
From Capel Mushrooms in Suffolk: White mushrooms.
From Hughes Organics in Norfolk: Leeks.
From Bagthorpe Farm in Norfolk: Parsnips, carrots, red alouette potatoes, brown onions and red onions.
From Newfields in Yorkshire: Brussels sprouts and golden beetroot.
From organic wholesalers Langridge: Swede (Norfolk), broccoli, cauliflower, red dragon mooli (Lincs), clementines, oranges (Spain), red grapefruit (Italy) and bananas (Dominican Republic).

Large vegetable bags have red alouette potatoes, carrots, red onions, pea shoots or broad bean tips, kale, black spanish radish, cauliflower, brussels sprouts and parsnips. No potato bags have leeks.

Standard vegetable bags have red alouette potatoes, carrots, brown onions, salad, cavelo nero, swede, leeks and mushrooms. No potato bags have celery.

Medium vegetable bags have red alouette potatoes, carrots, spinach, celery or fennel, gem squash or red kuri squash, red dragon mooli and chillies. No potato bags have white cabbage.

Small vegetable bags have red alouette potatoes, red onions, kale, golden or red beetroot and broccoli. No potato bags have celery.

Standard fruit bags have saturn apples, clementines, bananas, oranges and conference pears.

Medium fruit bags have saturn apples, bananas, oranges and conference pears.

Small fruit bags have red grapefruit, conference pears and clementines.

Contents may vary due to availability. Read more about our Farmstart programme here.

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