Weekly Veg boxesFresh, seasonal, organic vegetables from £11.50 a week
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The Fold Farm is located in Bransford, midway between Malvern and Worcester and is certified organic from the soil association. We grow using minimum tillage methods, which helps us protect the soil and have as little environmental impact as possible. This year we have nearly an acre of no-dig raised beds, ⅓ acre of polytunnels and a further ¾ acre in a new field under cultivation.
Our winter boxes (Jan – May) cost £11.50 and include five varieties of organic seasonal produce such as: spring onions, potatoes, red cabbage, wild garlic and beetroot. We try and fill the boxes as much as possible with vegetables from our own farm, however to ensure your box is always full we do also buy in additional produce from other British organic suppliers. For an additional £2.50 you can also add a box of 6 eggs from our free-range, organic chickens which live on-site.
From June onwards we can also provide larger box sizes – details on which will be providied closer to the time.
Currently our boxes are collection only from our veg store at The Fold on Wesdnesday and Friday from 1pm or from Mandala Budhist Temple after 4pm.
However we are looking into developing a delivery service and if you and 6 or more members of your community would like to sign up for a veg box we can arrange a drop-off/collection point. If you are interested in arranging this please email email@example.com
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