Starter Veg Bag

Current customers can change collection points and new customers can sign up as long as the collection point is displayed in the dropdown list.

Please note: If the collection point you want is not in the dropdown list then it is at capacity. You can either sign up at the next nearest collection point and then change once a space becomes available, or you can email us about which collection point you’d like and we’ll add you to a waiting list. See our collection points page here

 

£6

This bag is perfect for a hectic lifestyle, it will get you cooking and eating healthy produce with the help of our simple recipes in your newsletter each week. Each week you will receive carrots, potatoes and onions, plus two or three other types of vegetables that are in season locally.

This bag already contains about 500g - 1kg potatoes (this will be less during the new potato season around May-June), please only add extra potatoes below if you would like more than this with each delivery.
 

Potato variety: 
New Potatoes- Lyncroft Farm, Ormskirk, Lancashire

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Click here to see our range of collection points.

Generally 1kg per collection for most of the year, but will be less during the more expensive new potato season (May-July).

Generally 2kg per collection for most of the year, but will be less during the more expensive new potato season (May-July).

Generally 3kg per collection for most of the year, but will be less during the more expensive new potato season (May-July)

Would you like spuds with your vegbox?

This Small Fruit Bag contains about 9-11 portions of fruit and three or four varieties. This will give you enough for one per day during the week and three or four portions for the weekend, if you would like more than this please select the double bag below.

The Double Fruit Bag is two of the small fruit bags.

Fight Food Poverty! For just £1 per collection you can help support the fight against food poverty in Greater Manchester, and have the chance to win the weekly raffle. This is a not-for-profit raffle: one lucky winner each week wins half of the overall raffle money; the other half is donated to Manchester Food Cycle, a local charity that combats food poverty and social isolation.