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Veg Box News 11th - 14th April, 2017

Chrisby Chris, 3 m, 2 wk ago in Blog
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It's Easter next weekend...

...and we're running our own Eostre/Springtime/Easter prize draw in the shop at the moment. Whether you are observing the religious festival or not just go and 'check in' to our facebook page between now and Thursday and your name will be entered into our draw. A name will be pulled out of our Sorting Hat on Friday to win a Divine Chocolate Easter Egg!

Of course you may be heading away for a break this weekend - if so, don't forget to let us know. Just ring the shop on 0114 2681662 or email us with the details on .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Here are the week's lists. We're pleased to be able to include some beautiful Spanish strawberries in the fruit boxes on Tuesday and Wednesday. Sorry to Thursday and Friday customers - but never fear your turn will come!

A

  • Potatoes - Rudolf 1.2kg
  • Carrots 600g
  • Onions 500g
  • Bag of Russian Kale Russian Kale  id=
  • Fennel
  • Red Pepper
  • Bag of White sprouting Broccoli (Tuesdays and Wednesdays)
  • Head of Broccoli (Thursdays and Fridays)

B’s will get Tomatoes 400g instead of potatoes
D’s will get an extra 800g Potatoes and a bunch of locally grown Spring Onions from Sheffield Organic Growers
G’s will be as A’s except for the Peppers and the Fennel for which substitutes are yet to be confirmed
E’s will get the Tomatoes and a Pot of Mushrooms
L’s and M’s will get the above additions and a Lettuce

K

  • Apples - Braeburns 600g
  • Succulent Spanish Strawberries!  id=A punnet of Strawberries (Tuesday and Wednesday)
  • or a Pineapple (Thursday and Friday)
  • Bananas 600g
  • Mandarins 500g
  • Pears - Conference 300g
  • A Lime

Q’s will also get some Blood Oranges 500g

Wet weather.
We would greatly appreciate it if, when leaving your empty veg boxes out for collection, you could ensure that they are kept out of the rain. Leave them undercover or flatten them and slip them into a bin bag if the weather looks dubious. We aim to use boxes five or six times before they are recycled but one good shower of rain makes them pretty much unusable. Having said that, do recycle them yourselves if you feel they have reached the end of their time!
 

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