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

What’s in the bags this week – 6th July

What’s in my bag?

From Organiclea in Chingford: Fave beans, cucumbers, Tsar plums, red Russian kale, chard, courgettes, tomatoes, and salad.
From Stort Valley Organics in Hertfordshire: Komatsuna, chinese cabbage, Lettuce, and spring onion.
From Ripple Organics in Kent: Green onions, green kale From Sarah Green in Essex: New Colleen potatoes, kohlrabi, summer cabbage, and Patty Pan squash.
From Bedlam in Cambs: Rhubarb
From Capel Mushrooms in Suffolk: White mushrooms
From Wye Orchard Farm in Kent: French beans
From Hughes in Norfolk: Courgettes
From Bore Farm in Kent: Lettuce
From Bagthorpe in Norfolk: Carrots
From Forty Hall Farm in Enfield: Gooseberries
From organic wholesalers Langridge: Apples, radishes, cherries, courgettes, celery, aubergines, tomatoes (UK), Red Beauty plums, lemons, carrots (Spain), apricots and oranges (Italy).

Large vegetable bags have New Colleen potatoes, loose carrots, spring onions, tomatoes, salad, fava beans, cucumber, komatsuna or chinese cabbage, patty pan squash. No potato bags have kohlrabi.
Standard vegetable bags have New Colleen potatoes, carrots, spring onions, chard, lettuce, French beans, mini mushrooms, and radishes. No potato bags have a punnet of cherry tomatoes and herbs
Medium vegetable bags have New Colleen potatoes, carrots, salad, summer cabbage, mushroom and cucumber. No potato bags have Red Russian Kale.
Small vegetable bags have New Colleen potatoes, spring onions, salad, kohlrabi and courgettes. No potato bags have aubergine.
Standard fruit bags have kiwi, apples, oranges, cherries or gooseberries and lemons.
Medium fruit bags have Spartan apples, Red Beauty or Tsar Plums, apricots and oranges

Small fruit bags have Spartan apples, apricots and rhubarb.

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