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What’s in the bags this week – 6 January

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

From Sarah Green in Essex: Savoy cabbage, purple sproutig broccoli, parsnips, leeks, desiree potatoes and radicchio.
From Ripple Organic in Kent: Kale , stir fry greens and crown prince squash.
From Mole End in Kent: Concorde pears.
From Oakwood in Sussex: Fiesta apples.
From Capel mushrooms in Suffolk: White mushrooms.
From Bagthorpe Farm in Norfolk: Red onions and brown onions.
From organic wholesalers Langridge: Celeriac (Hampshire), swede (Norfolk), red cabbage (Lincs), twister potatoes, sprouted seed, beetroot, carrots (Devon), hass avocado, clementines, oranges (Spain) and bananas (Dominican Republic).

Large vegetable bags have desiree or twister potatoes, carrots, onions, savoy cabbage, kale, leeks, beetrot, swede and sprouted seed. No potato bags have parsnips.

Standard vegetable bags have desiree or twister potatoes, carrots, onions, stir fry greens, red cabbage, crown prince squash, swede and leeks. No potato bags have purple sprouting broccoli.

Medium vegetable bags have desiree or twister potatoes, carrots, stir fry greens, beetroot, leeks and radicchio. No potato bags have purple sprouting broccoli.

Small vegetable bags have desiree or twister potatoes, onions, stir fry greens, mushrooms and celeriac. No potato bags have crown prince squash.

Standard fruit bags have fiesta apples, bananas, oranges, clementines and concorde pears.

Medium fruit bags have fiesta apples, oranges, clementines and concorde pears.

Small fruit bags have hass avocado, fiesta apples and oranges.

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

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