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A Seasonal Vegetable Box

£13.50

this weeks veg list is

16/1/22

Potatoes 3kg Fenland

2 x leeks farm 
1 x cabbage Farm
1 x carrots. Farm
1 x cauliflower farm 
2 x brown 1 x red onions. Fenland
1 x swede fenland 
2 x parsnips fenland
6 x Apples/pears Fenland

 

The zero residue box contains direct from our own farm 

small bunch of chard
3 leeks
300g purple sprouting broccoli
Bunch of carrots
3 baby cauliflowers
All zero residue direct from the farm 

 

 

 


Try our Seasonal Vegetable Box to accompany your delicious free-range meats, all sourced locally and delivered with ZERO PLASTIC!

Bramblebee Farms strives to offer the best grass-fed, free-range meats to our customers and we are increasing the amount of fruit, vegetables, and salads we grow ourselves.

What is also very important to us is other produce we cannot provide directly from our farm is sourced locally too. We work with many different farmers and local businesses and strongly believe it is vital to support and buy local.

This was decided from the great feedback we have received from you all about wanting to keep local.

We use a fresh and as local as we can. Please be aware we are not a supermarket and our veg is fresh not picked early for shelf life, nor is it always perfect in shape but it will eat well.

You now also have the choice to split your vegetable box and enjoy 50/50 salad and vegetables!

Customer Reviews

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Doreen Ashpole
Fresh veg to the Door!

Very pleased with the selection, quality and quantity. Look forward to see what is included in the future deliveries.

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Victoria Stone
Lovely!

Lovely, tasty veg and rhubarb, delivered always with a smile!

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Paul Melhuish
Lovely!

All very good quality fruit and veg!

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Rosie Cooke
Sausages, beef and veg

Excellent quality, tasty tasty tasty, will order again.

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David Rogers
Seasonal Veg from Farm to Fork

I was raised on seasonal vegetables (only had oranges at Christmas). I believe we need to get back to consuming locally grown produce straight from farm to fork without international travel being involved!