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

What’s in the bags this week – 13th July

What’s in my bag?

From Organiclea in Chingford: Basil, callaloo, cuccumbers, courgettes, salad, chillies, tomatoes, radish, lettuce, plums, peaches and blackcurrants.
From Ripple Organics in Kent: Spinach, chard, courgettes and green kale
From Sarah Green in Essex: New Colleen potatoes, spring onions, kohlrabi, summer cabbage, and beetroot.
From Bedlam in Cambs: Rhubarb and fennel.
From Capel Mushrooms in Suffolk: White mushrooms
From Wye Orchard Farm in Kent: French beans and aubergines.
From Bagthorpe in Norfolk: Carrots
From Nacton in Suffolk: Broccoli
From organic wholesalers Langridge: Apples, broccoli, radishes, cherries, courgettes, tomatoes (UK), Red Beauty plums, Galia melons (Spain), apricots and oranges (Italy).

Large vegetable bags have New Colleen potatoes, carrots, spring onions, lettuce, callaloo, mushrooms, beetroot, aubergine and summer cabbage. No potato bags have fennel.
Standard vegetable bags have New Colleen potatoes, carrots, spring onions, salad, kale, chillies or basil, kohlrabi and courgettes. No potato bags have mushrooms.
Medium vegetable bags have New Colleen potatoes, spring onions, kale, tomatoes, radish and courgettes. No potato bags have basil.
Small vegetable bags have New Colleen potatoes, carrots, spinach, french beans and broccoli. No potato bags have cucumbers.

Standard fruit bags have peaches or plums, apples, cherries or blackcurrants, apricots and rhubarb.
Medium fruit bags have Galia melons, oranges, kiwi and apricots.
Small fruit bags have oranges, plums and kiwi.

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