Organic vegetables to order on top of what you receive in your vegetable box. If you are a Choice or Favourites box customers and want to select which vegetables you get within your box, go to your basket, and click the link to select your contents there.
Organic Potatoes grown in the UK
Organic Onions grown in the UK by Gs Fresh
We've now come to the end of the UK carrot season, so will be sourcing some carrots from Spain until the new season starts in a few weeks time.
Organic Mushrooms grown by Capel Mushrooms, Capel St Mary, Suffolk
Organic Asparagus grown by Home Farm, Nacton, Suffolk
Organic Beetroot grown in the UK
Cooked Beetroot in a vacpack
Organic garlic bulb
Organic Leeks grown by Home Farm, Nacton, Suffolk
A mix of fresh herbs from the Audley End Kitchen Garden. We don't know what herbs they'll have for us before it turns up - but we usually get sage, rosemary plus maybe some others.
Organic Red Onions grown in the UK by Gs Fresh
Organic Rocket grown by Wildcountry Organics, Great Abington
Spring Greens grown by Wild Country Organics, Great Abington
Spring greens are an early cabbage which doesn't form a dense heart, but has long separate leaves.
We often get small quantities of interesting vegetables, often from Audley End Kitchen Garden, which we can't list in our Choice Boxes because we don't have enough of them – and may not know about them in advance. If you'd like a surprise, order this product!
This week we're also expecting small quantities of greenhouse crops from Hughes Organics and the Prospects Trust.
Organic Sweet Potatoes
Organic Tatsoi grown by Wildcountry Organics, Great Abington
Tatsoi has thinner stems than Pak Choi but can be stir-fried in the same way.
We often get interesting things in small quantities usually from the Audley End Kitchen Gardens. We never know in advance what is going to turn up so we can't put them on the lists for Choice or Favourites boxes. The Odd Box has four such things. It's only available as an add-on to other boxes and will only be available when there are things to put in it.
There's often confusion about which root vegetables are swedes and which are turnips, with people in different parts of the UK having opposite meaning. By turnips we mean the white-fleshed ones with pink colouring to their skins.