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the bags
Food credit scheme donations
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£33,578 value of bags donated
Up to 2 May 2022
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Allergen information: GC's Hackney and Dagenham mixed organic salad (in unlabelled bags) contains a mix of seasonal leaves, including mustard and celery. Ripple Farm salad contains mustard. Forty Hall Farm salad includes mustard and celery. Sarah Green's salad contains mustard.

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Contents of your organic fruit and veg bags for the week starting 16 May

LARGE VEG - BROWN TAG

Spring greens - Sarah Green's Organics, Essex
Rocket - Wild Country Organics, Cambs
Asparagus* - Bedlam Farms, Cambs
Batavia lettuce - Langridge Organics, Lincs
Record potatoes, carrots - Skea, Scotland
Onions - Netherlands via Langridge
Courgette - Spain via Langridge

* Large bags have one fewer items than usual again this week, because we want to make the most of the short and sweet UK asparagus season.

 

 LARGE NO POTATO - LIME GREEN TAG

Mixed salad* - Growing Communities, Hackney/Dagenham
Spring greens - Sarah Green's Organics, Essex
Spinach - Bore Farm, Kent
Asparagus** - Bedlam Farms, Cambs
Carrots - Skea, Scotland
Onions - Netherlands via Langridge
Kohlrabi - France via Langridge
Hass avocado - Spain via Langridge

* Allergen information: GC's Hackney and Dagenham mixed organic salad (in unlabelled bags) contains a mix of seasonal leaves, including mustard and celery.

** Large bags have one fewer items than usual again this week, because we want to make the most of the short and sweet UK asparagus season.

 

 MEDIUM VEG - BLUE TAG

Spinach - Growing Communities, Dagenham or Bore Farm, Kent
Kale, wet garlic - Ripple Farm, Kent
Rocket - Wild Country Organics, Cambs
Mushrooms - Capel Mushrooms, Suffolk
Record potatoes, carrots - Skea, Scotland
Onions - Netherlands via Langridge
 

MEDIUM NO POTATO - ORANGE TAG

Mixed salad* - Growing Communities, Hackney/Dagenham 
Spinach - Growing Communities, Dagenham or Bore Farm, Kent
Kale - Ripple Farm, Kent
Parsley - Wild Country Organics, Cambs
Carrots - Skea, Scotland
Onions - Netherlands via Langridge
Courgette, celery- Spain via Langridge

* Allergen information: GC's Hackney and Dagenham mixed organic salad (in unlabelled bags) contains a mix of seasonal leaves, including mustard and celery.

 

STANDARD VEG - YELLOW TAG

Chard - Growing Communities, Dagenham or spinach - Ripple Farm, Kent
Sorrel - Wild Country Organics, Cambs
Record potatoes, carrots - Skea, Scotland
Kohlrabi - France via Langridge
Hass avocado - Spain via Langridge
Dried pulses* - Hodmedod's, Suffolk

* We're deep into the Hungry Gap now, that time of year when the stored winter crops are running out and the summer crops are still growing. This week, to mix things up a bit, you'll find UK-grown split peas or beans in your bag. The Hodmedod's website has loads of great recipes. Jean at Local Greens in south London suggests cooking up the whole bag at once, then freezing the cooked beans in 250g portions, as a time-saving way to add protein, fibre and flavour to any recipe.

 

 STANDARD NO POTATO - PURPLE TAG

Spinach, wet garlic - Ripple Farm, Kent
Spring greens, radish - Sarah Green's Organics, Essex
Onions - Netherlands via Langridge
Courgette - Spain via Langridge
Dried pulses* - Hodmedod's, Suffolk

* We're deep into the Hungry Gap now, that time of year when the stored winter crops are running out and the summer crops are still growing. This week, to mix things up a bit, you'll find UK-grown split peas or beans in your bag. The Hodmedod's website has loads of great recipes. Jean at Local Greens in south London suggests cooking up the whole bag at once, then freezing the cooked beans in 250g portions, as a time-saving way to add protein, fibre and flavour to any recipe.

 

  SMALL VEG - RED TAG

Spinach - Ripple Farm, Kent
Sorrel - Wild Country Organics, Cambs
Cauliflower - Langridge, UK
Record potatoes, carrots - Skea, Scotland

 

 SMALL NO POTATO - WHITE TAG 

Mixed salad* - Growing Communities, Hackney/Dagenham 
Cavolo nero - Wild Country Organics, Cambs
Mushrooms - Capel Mushrooms, Suffolk
Onions - Netherlands via Langridge
Red peppers- Spain via Langridge

* Allergen information: GC's Hackney and Dagenham mixed organic salad (in unlabelled bags) contains a mix of seasonal leaves, including mustard and celery

 

 STANDARD FRUIT - DARK GREEN TAG 

Apples (Spartan/Nytura) - Langridge, Kent
Clementines, grapefruit - Spain via Langridge
Bananas - Peru via Langridge

 

SMALL FRUIT - no tag

Rhubarb - Bedlam, Cambs
Oranges - Italy via Langridge
Bananas - Peru via Langridge

 

 

 

 

 

​Provisional contents of your organic fruit and veg bags for the week starting 23 May

LARGE VEG - BROWN TAG

Spinach - Growing Communities, Dagenham or Bore Farm, Kent
Pea shoots - Forty Hall Farm, Enfield
Red or green batavia lettuce - Sarah Green's Organics, Essex
Kale - Ripple Farm, Kent
Cauliflower - Langridge Organics, UK
Record potatoes, carrots - Skea, Scotland
Onions - Netherlands via Langridge
Dried carlin peas black badger* - Hodmedod's, Suffolk

* We're deep into the Hungry Gap now, that time of year when the stored winter crops are running out and the summer crops are still growing. This week, to mix things up a bit, you'll find UK-grown peas in your bag. The Hodmedod's website has loads of great recipes. Jean at Local Greens in south London suggests cooking up the whole bag at once, then freezing the cooked pulses in 250g portions, as a time-saving way to add protein, fibre and flavour to any recipe.

 

 LARGE NO POTATO - LIME GREEN TAG

Mixed salad* - Growing Communities, Hackney/Dagenham
Kale, wet garlic - Ripple Farm, Kent
Mushrooms - Capel Mushrooms, Suffolk
Mixed sprouts - Langridge Organics, Devon
Carrots - Skea, Scotland
Onions, beetroot - Netherlands via Langridge
Dried carlin peas black badger** - Hodmedod's, Suffolk

* Allergen information: GC's Hackney and Dagenham mixed organic salad (in unlabelled bags) contains a mix of seasonal leaves, including mustard and celery.

** We're deep into the Hungry Gap now, that time of year when the stored winter crops are running out and the summer crops are still growing. This week, to mix things up a bit, you'll find UK-grown peas in your bag. The Hodmedod's website has loads of great recipes. Jean at Local Greens in south London suggests cooking up the whole bag at once, then freezing the cooked pulses in 250g portions, as a time-saving way to add protein, fibre and flavour to any recipe.

 

 MEDIUM VEG - BLUE TAG

Pea shoots - Forty Hall Farm, Enfield
Red or green batavia lettuce, spring greens - Sarah Green's Organics, Essex
Mushrooms - Capel Mushrooms, Suffolk
Orla potatoes, carrots - Skea, Scotland
Onions - Netherlands via Langridge
Dried carlin peas black badger* - Hodmedod's, Suffolk

* We're deep into the Hungry Gap now, that time of year when the stored winter crops are running out and the summer crops are still growing. This week, to mix things up a bit, you'll find UK-grown peas in your bag. The Hodmedod's website has loads of great recipes. Jean at Local Greens in south London suggests cooking up the whole bag at once, then freezing the cooked pulses in 250g portions, as a time-saving way to add protein, fibre and flavour to any recipe.

 

MEDIUM NO POTATO - ORANGE TAG

Mixed salad* - Growing Communities, Hackney/Dagenham 
Spring greens, kohlrabi - Sarah Green's Organics, Essex
Carrots - Skea, Scotland
Onions - Netherlands via Langridge
Courgette, Hass avocado - Spain via Langridge
Dried carlin peas black badger** - Hodmedod's, Suffolk

* Allergen information: GC's Hackney and Dagenham mixed organic salad (in unlabelled bags) contains a mix of seasonal leaves, including mustard and celery.

** We're deep into the Hungry Gap now, that time of year when the stored winter crops are running out and the summer crops are still growing. This week, to mix things up a bit, you'll find UK-grown peas in your bag. The Hodmedod's website has loads of great recipes. Jean at Local Greens in south London suggests cooking up the whole bag at once, then freezing the cooked pulses in 250g portions, as a time-saving way to add protein, fibre and flavour to any recipe.

STANDARD VEG - YELLOW TAG

Mixed salad* , wet garlic - Ripple Farm, Kent
Cavolo nero - Wild Country Organics, Cambs
Mushrooms - Capel Mushrooms, Suffolk
Orla potatoes - Skea, Scotland
Onions - Netherlands via Langridge
Courgette - Spain via Langridge

*Allergen information: Ripple Farm salad contains mustard.

 

 STANDARD NO POTATO - PURPLE TAG

Mixed salad* - Growing Communities, Hackney/Dagenham 
Wet garlic - Ripple Farm, Kent
Spinach - Bore Farm, Kent
Kohlrabi - Sarah Green's Organics, Essex
Kale - Wild Country Organics, Cambs
Carrots - Skea, Scotland
Hass avocado - Spain via Langridge

* Allergen information: GC's Hackney and Dagenham mixed organic salad (in unlabelled bags) contains a mix of seasonal leaves, including mustard and celery.

 

 

  SMALL VEG - RED TAG

Mixed salad* - Growing Communities, Hackney/Dagenham 
Cavolo nero - Wild Country Organics, Cambs
Orla potatoes - Skea, Scotland
Onions, beetroot - Netherlands via Langridge

* Allergen information: GC's Hackney and Dagenham mixed organic salad (in unlabelled bags) contains a mix of seasonal leaves, including mustard and celery.

 

 SMALL NO POTATO - WHITE TAG 

Stir-fry greens - Growing Communities, Dagenham or chard - Ripple Farm, Kent
Radish - Sarah Green's Organics, Essex
Sweetheart cabbage - Langridge, Lincs
Carrots - Skea, Scotland​
Courgette - Spain via Langridge

 

 STANDARD FRUIT - DARK GREEN TAG 

Rhubarb - Bedlam, Cambs
Oranges, nectarines - Italy via Langridge
Bananas - Peru via Langridge

 

SMALL FRUIT - no tag

Apples (Spartan/Nytura) - Langridge, Kent
Kiwis - Spain via Langridge
Bananas - Peru via Langridge