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

What’s in the bags this week – 22 May

From OrganicLea in Chingford: Asparagus, potted herbs, rhubarb and salad.
From Ripple Organics in Kent: Chard and wet garlic.
From Wye Orchard in Kent: White courgettes.
From Sarah Green in Essex: Radish.
From Bedlam Farm in Cambridgeshire: Asparagus.
From Wild Country Organics in Cambridgeshire: Rainbow chard.
From Capel Mushrooms in Suffolk: White mushrooms.
From Newfields in Yorkshire:
Carolus potatoes.
From organic wholesalers Langridge: Braeburn apples (Kent), spring greens (Lincs), turnips, globe artichokes (France), red onions, red cabbage, jerusalem artichokes, celeriac (Netherlands), apricots, beetroot, primofiore lemons, oranges (Spain) and kiwi (Italy).

Large vegetable bags have carolus potatoes, red onions, jerusalem artichokes, salad, spring greens, white courgette, celeriac, beetroot and potted herb. No potato bags have globe artichokes.

Standard vegetable bags have carolus potatoes, red onions, wet garlic, salad, chard, beetoot, mushrooms and globe artichokes. No potato bags have red cabbage.

Medium vegetable bags have carolus potatoes, red onions, spring greens, asparagus, beetroot and chard. No potato bags have radish.

Small vegetable bags have carolus potatoes, red onions, salad, beetroot and spring greens. No potato bags have turnips.

Standard fruit bags have braeburn apples, rhubarb, oranges, kiwi and apricots.
Medium fruit bags have primofiore lemons, braeburn apples, rhubarb and kiwis.
Small fruit bags have oranges, braeburn apples and primofiore lemons.

Want to join our fruit & veg scheme? You can find out more here.

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