Vegetables

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Snow Peas

Crunchy, sweet and very popular in salads & stir fries.

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Sugar Snaps

Similar in flavour to snow peas with more rounded pods

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Green Beans

Very versatile, with a crunchy texture and fine flavour.

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Berlotti Beans

Widely used in Italian cooking, with a sweetish flavour and smooth creamy texture.

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Gem/Green Peas

Noticeably sweeter in taste than frozen options when used or eaten fresh from the pod

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Continental Cucumbers

Slender, extra-long cucumber that adds a cooling sweet flavour to dishes.

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Lebanese Cucumbers

Smaller, smoother skin and a sweeter flavour than the common cucumber.

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Mesclun

A leafy mix of early sweet lettuces and tangy, tender greens.

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Roquette

Small dark leaves with a spicy, peppery, mustard-like flavour.

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Baby Spinach

Clean and mild flavour means its leaves and stems can be eaten raw

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Field Gourmet

More uniform and rounder in shape than Truss, this variety is high in Lycopene which has wonderful health benefits.

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Greenhouse Gourmet

Greater sheen and classic bright redness than the Field variety, with the same delicious taste.

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Greenhouse Truss

Featuring wonderful aromas from the vine, this variety sustain their freshness and taste for longer periods as they’re still alive while on the vine.

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Field Roma/Egg

A firmer-skinned tomato with a sweet, juicy flesh used both fresh and for processing.

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Greenhouse Roma/Egg

A firmer-skinned tomato with a sweet, juicy flesh used both fresh and for processing.

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Kumato

Sweeter than normal tomatoes with a contrasting slightly sour note, this variety has a unique and intense flavour.

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Greenhouse Heirloom

Heirlooms come in a stunning array of colours with a complex & unique flavour profile.

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Cherry Tomato

Tender and sweet, they’re perfect for snacking and salads.

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Grape Tomato

Oblong and shaped like grapes, their flesh is slightly meatier and less juicy than a Cherry Tomato

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Yellow Grape Tomato

Sharing most of the same flavour as a typical Grape Tomato, but with a yellow skin.

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Truss Cherry Tomato

Ripened on the vine and packaged directly into punnets with the stem still attached for sustained freshness.

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Medley Mix

A mix of red, yellow, brown and green tomatoes ranging in flavour from super sweet to deep and rich.

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Iceberg

Textural vigour and subtle flavour that adds an additional crisp to a dish without compromising its overall taste.

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Cos/Romaine

A robust texture and unique crisp taste that differentiates it from other lettuce varieties.

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Hydroponic

A more vigorous lettuce grown in controlled conditions.

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Red Oak

A buttery texture and an incredibly mellow, nutty and sweet flavour.

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Green Oak

A buttery texture and an incredibly mellow, nutty and sweet flavour.

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Red Coral

A slight bitter flavour, adding a punch of colour, texture and volume to salads.

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Green Coral

One of the prettiest and best tasting varieties available, used fresh in many dishes.

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Mizuna

High in nutrients yet low in calories and boasting a long list of benefits to your health. Enjoyed raw or cooked and used in a wide array of dishes.

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Radichhio

Boasting a range of health benefits, with a sharp flavour and eye-catching colour.

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Baby Cos

Crisp, narrow leaves that are sweeter than regular cos lettuce varieties.