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All 01.0101 Local Box Schemes & Home Delivery

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    Field to Fork Organics

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    We hold a Soil Association certificate.

    We buy seasonal organic vegetables from lovely organic farmers based as close as possible to North West London. The farmers pick the vegetables (generally same day or day before) and deliver to us on Wednesday. We pack the Veg Bags on Wednesday afternoon or Wednesday evening and deliver them to our pick-up points on Thursday morning. Our customers collect their Veg Bag from their selected local pick-up point on Thursday. At the moment, we have 12 pick-up points scattered across North West London and West London.

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    Arthur Street Trading Company

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    Arthur Street Trading Co. Ltd is workers’ co-operative in Hull, and we have provided a home delivery service for organic veg boxes, organic fruit, organic groceries, and household goods in Hull and surrounding villages since 1999. We are committed to finding and promoting organically grown food and, where ever possible, we source our products locally. We support independent business’s and strive to keep food miles to a minimum.

  • Guilden Gate Mixed Organic Smallholding

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    Guilden Gate smallholding is no longer certified organic by the Soil Association but we do continue to follow the organic growing methods and principles.

    Runs local ‘veggie box’ scheme, offers guided tours and consultancy service. Guilden Gate is a practical design for living and working in harmony with nature that aims to create a more ecologically sound and sustainable way of life. The project blends a dwelling (including a twin vault compost toilet & solar panels) with a  landscape of vegetable and herb fields, fruit orchards, coppice woodland, meadows and wild spaces. The smallholding is autonomous from mains water and sewerage and has a 5KW wind turbine.

  • The Community Farm

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    Soil Association
    Observer Food Monthly Awards 2017 Runner Up

    We provide learning experiences to enhance the public’s understanding of farming and demonstrate how food can be produced in a sustainable way. These include:<ul> <li>Adult learning workshops  – in three broad areas: horticulture, eco-building, food and cookery; <li>Children’s activities – including Forest School, vegetable growing and theatre workshops; <li>School visits – primary and secondary; <li>Employee volunteering/team building.</ul> Why learn with us?<ul> <li>The Farm is a real-life example of community-owned organic agriculture; <li>Specialists in particular areas of expertise lead our workshops and visits, be they our own staff or carefully-selected tutors; <li>Many of our workshops and activities are ‘hands-on’, so you can learn by doing; <li>Learning takes place in the setting of a working farm, so it is easier to see how what you learn might be applied in the real world; <li>We are located in beautiful surroundings overlooking Chew Lake; <li>We have a purpose-built yurt for the indoor elements of our workshops and visits; there are also toilets, hand-wash, and tea and coffee-making facilities; <li>The farm provides an opportunity for you to socialise with other members of your community.</ul> Also offers box scheme for local delivery

  • Treehouse

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    Sells fresh organic fruit and vegetables, many grown in the shop’s own market garden. Local produce includes organic meat, cheeses and dairy products with a wide range of other organic products and a great selection of freshly prepared take-away food. Also has a box scheme.

  • The Green Box Company

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    Organic fruit and vegetable box scheme, run by a local family business, delivering boxes in and around the Glossop area, using as much UK produce as possible.

  • Coleshill Organics

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    Coleshill Organics was started on a small farm at Watchfield in 1995; from an initial two acres this has grown to about seven acres in total now. The box scheme operates from within the walled garden in Coleshill, on the Oxfordshire/Wiltshire border. Free delivery is offered to collection points and individual homes within a 15 mile radius of Coleshill. New customers signing up to receive a regular box delivery get their fifth box free. There is also a farm shop located within the walled garden which is open from Wednesday to Saturday. Coleshill has thousands of visitors each year, mostly school/college groups who pick and eat their way around the garden and hopefully develop a lasting desire to know where their food originates from. The business grew out of a passion to provide local people with the highest quality fresh produce. Coleshill Organics can also be found every Saturday from 9am until 2pm at Cornhill Market Place (and surrounding streets), Stroud, GL5 2HH.

  • Welsh Food Box Company

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    An online organic supermarket offering a home delivery service to Cardiff and south east Wales. Also runs selection box schemes. Carries lots of seasonal and Welsh produce in an extensive catalogue, including meat, poultry, bacon, vegetables, fruit, eggs and dairy produce, frozen and convenience foods, springwater, cleaning products and toiletries.

  • Waterland Organics

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    Soil Association

    Grower-run CSA box scheme for Cambridge and Newmarket including restaurants and local shops. Also sells organic plants and eggs.

  • The Community Farm

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    Soil Association
    Observer Food Monthly Awards 2017 Runner Up

    Organic box delivery to individual homes, offices and community hubs. We sell a wide variety of organic fruit, vegetables and grocery items. We deliver to Bristol and Bath and the Chew Valley and Frome areas. The boxes include the vegetables we grow at the farm – you can’t get much more local than that! We work with a network of small suppliers that share our ethics and are as local as possible; All the products we sell are organic, certified by the Soil Association (or  an equivalent scheme if from abroad). None of our products are airfreighted. You can choose from:<ul> <li>a selection of box types and sizes <li>exclusively local produce or from slightly further-a-field <li>Monthly, fortnightly, or weekly deliveries <li>Vary your order whenever you need to.</ul> We’re a not-for-profit organisation, investing income from our box and wholesale business into our other activities. The money we make goes into making educational and community activities happen: children’s farm visits, community events, activities for disadvantaged members of our community and  opportunities for learning about farming and food. We are of and for the community. The Community Farm is a member-owned community benefit society with 500 members and share-holders.

  • Sutton Community Farm

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    Sutton Community Farm is one of London’s largest community farms, a not-for-profit social enterprise growing fresh vegetables using organic principles, as well as providing a shared space for the local community to cultivate skills. We sell the vegetables we grow through our not-for-profit VegBox Scheme and deliver them in and around Sutton and South London.

  • Ripple Farm Organics

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    Soil Association

    Ripple Farm has been organic since 1989 and holds certification from the Soil Association. The farm itself is essentially a market garden producing a wide range of vegetables, salad crops, herbs and some soft fruit. With this produce, Ripple Farm Organics runs an East Kent vegetable box scheme; sells at Wye and Whitstable Farmers’ Markets in Kent, and Stoke Newington Farmers’ Market in London; and supplies specialist organic/wholefood shops, Growing Communities and other box schemes and home deliveries in London as well as shops, cafes and pubs in Kent. The weekly organic vegetable box scheme for Canterbury and East Kent offers three sizes of boxes: £7, £9, or £12. These include a mix of seasonal, organic vegetables, salad crops and herbs, most of which are grown by ourselves.

  • Organic Delivery Company

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    Soil Association

    The Organic Delivery Company have been delivering the best in organic food to people’s houses and place of work since 1999. We are small enough to know who our customers are and to be able to take care of them and at the same time big enough to bring our customers the benefits of our large range of fresh produce and grocery lines. We work with some of the best organic growers in the UK to bring you the finest organic fresh produce. The produce comes straight from the farm to our packing and distribution hub in London where we pack it fresh on a daily basis. Outside UK seasons and to expand the range we offer, we have similar arrangement with growers from throughout Europe and in some cases even further afield. To this we add a range of carefully selected grocery and household items to increase our product range and the choice open to our customers. We are certified and inspected by the Soil Association.

  • Macleod Organics

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    Soil Association certified organic
    Federation of Small Businesses
    Highlands & Islands Organic Association

    Macleod Organics prides itself on being at the forefront of the organic food and farming movement in Scotland. The latest innovation is the development of their comprehensive on-line shopping experience alongside a traditional organic box scheme. The family run farm now acts as a centre for the distribution of a wide range of organic products collected from the best organic growers. Delivery is direct to your home and coverage includes not only the Highlands and Islands of Scotland but also the cities such as Edinburgh and Glasgow and anywhere in between. Other areas are covered by carriers. The wide range of organic products include vegetables, fruit, meat, dairy, eggs, dry goods, cleaning products and many more. 100% organic from the Highlands to the cities.

  • Growing Communities

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    Soil Association, Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens, FARMA

    Growing Communities is a social enterprise in Hackney that aims to create community-led alternatives to the current damaging food system. We run an organic fruit and vegetable box scheme, a certified farmers’ market every Saturday in Stoke Newington, where all the producers sell organic, biodynamic or wild produce, and three urban market gardens in Hackney parks where we grow organic, zero-food-miles salad for the box scheme and local restaurants and cafés. Local schools, residents and groups with special needs can visit the growing sites to  learn more about organic food growing or to become a regular volunteer. Growing Communities is working to improve what we eat, how we eat and how it’s farmed. Visit the website for more details of how to get involved or to join the box scheme.

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