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We offer three different types of veg box, because we know that people cook in different ways. They differ in how much control you take over what you get. Which veg box are you?

For information about allergens, please see this page.








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If you wish to order extra portions of fruit or vegetables in addition to your box you can do so here.

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Grains, dried fruit, seeds and pulses from Arjuna Wholefoods.

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Recycled fuel logs made from the spent coffee we collect from local cafes.

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For over 35 years Biona have specialised in high-quality, organic products.

We have chosen to stock some of the lines we consider 'essential', including pasta, pulses, tomato products and orange juice. Plus artichoke hearts because, why not?

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Manufactured in the UK from recycled paper.

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Cambridge Mushrooms are based in the village of Coton just on the outskirts of Cambridge. Here in their polytunnels and mushroom shed they grow all their produce, including Shiitake, Pioppino, and three types of Oyster mushrooms, using the finest cultivation methods resulting in delicious food of the highest quality.

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Organic and fair-trade soft drinks made from natural ingredients. The company has its own charitable foundation  which supports projects in the areas where the fair-trade ingredients are produced. Their motto is: Drinking helps.

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Complete control over what goes in your box. Select the full contents of your veg box each week using our easy points system.

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Long standing box member Heather Sturman makes these in her kitchen in Over. She produces small batches the old-fashioned way. Much of the fruit she uses for the jams come from gluts from friends and neighbours.

Heather can reuse your empty jars if you return them with your box!

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Fitzbillies is a true Cambridge institution. Generations of Cambridge folk have frequented the famous shop on Trumpington Street since it was founded in 1920. Current owners, Alison Wright and Tim Hayward rescued the bakery when its then owners went bankrupt in 2011. They also came to the rescue when long-standing Cambridge Organic supplier, Cobs Bakery was set to close in 2018. Fitzbillies use many of the same organic and local flours which Cobs used but no longer retain their organic certification.

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Most of our eggs come from Haresield Farm in Wiltshire, run by Andrew Jackson. The welfare of the chickens is Andrew's primary concern. Haresfield farm chickens are free range and can exercise their natural behaviour outdoors and enjoy a healthy diet that is free from chemical, GM ingredients and hormones. We are now excited to be able to also offer some truly local organic eggs: Laura's Organic Orchard is in Little Walden. As Laura will only be able to supply small numbers to start with, if we don't have enough of her eggs, we'll substitute Haresfield eggs at the same price.

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Organic fruit to order on top of what you receive in your vegetable box. If you are a Choice box customer and want to select which fruit you get within your box, go to your basket, and click the link to select your contents there.

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Based in Dulverton, Somerset this family business is committed to producting sustainable and ethical household cleaning and laundry products. Produced in small batches using pure Exmoor water, they are naturally effective with a powerful cleaning punch. They are flavoured with wonderful natural aromas from organic fair-trade essential oils. Fully biodegradeable, they are safe for people, animals and our water ecosystems.

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The really special thing about Hodmedods pulses and grains is that they are all grown in Britain, and quite often in the East Anglian region. These are all foods which were once a mainstay of the British diet, but have been marginalised by the commercial food industry. What they represent is a far more sustainable way of getting our protein: getting your potein from imported pulses, processed foods or meat is much less efficient. 

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Hot Numbers Coffee Roasters are an Independent specialty coffee company. They roast selected coffee at their Roastery in Shepreth. 

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Manfood produce a range of great-tasting pickles, chutneys and condiments. Suitable for anyone who enjoys good food, whether you're a man or not...!

Janda is their range of plant-based condiments and spreads, making classic products - such as lemon curd and mayonnaise - available for a wider audience.

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Kettle Leaf are a small independent artisan tea company based in the heart of Cambridge.

They believe in saving our planet and making sure that the tea growers and pickers get a fair wage for there work. Thats why all their tea is sourced through member organisations of the Ethical Tea Partnership .

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The book is being sold on a 'pay as you feel' basis and all proceeds will go to the development of the Cambridge Food Hub project. It's offered below at a number of different price points. 

We know that ‘system change’ is desperately needed, but what does ‘system change’ look like? And who is going to make it happen?

The ‘Local Food Ecosystem’ is a new concept in food supply chain coordination which conforms to a new and more forward-thinking economic model. It is founded upon principles such as balance, wholeness, circularity, diversity and interconnectivity, resulting in a food system which is less wasteful, more equitable, much kinder to our planet, much better for citizens in terms of the quality and healthiness of the food we get to eat, which nurtures food entrepreneurism to create vibrant local food economies, and which is, in every sense of the word, sustainable.

Featuring images and testimonies from Cambridge's food community.

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Local honey, produced in Cambridge. 

Reduce, reuse, recycle: if you return your clean, empty jars to us we can get them back to our suppliers for reuse. Unfortunately the lids can't be reused so these will have to go into your recycling.

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Minor Figures Organic Oat Milk is a dairy alternative made by coffee professionals.

Containing only certified organic ingredients, their Organic Oat Milk is designed to complement the true and unique flavours of the highest quality coffee. Suitable for vegans, made in the UK.

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Ombar produce exquisite raw chocolate bars made with Fairtrade and organic ingredients at their chocolate factory, based in Sawston. 

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Best-value and most sustainable boxes. A great selection of veg (and fruit if you like), but no option to customise. By allowing us to make the selection, you save money, while we save on food waste.

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Get a great selection of produce but don't waste what you won't eat. You can tell us three things to always exclude from your box.

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Orriss and Son are a local hot sauce company, created by David Underwood. David brought over 20 years of experience as a chef to his creation of these hot sauces, which bring a depth of taste to transform a simple meal into a culinary experience.

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The Priors Flour is milled at Fosters windmill in Swaffham Prior. Most of the grain comes from local farms and in particular the wholemeal and white flours are milled from wheat grown at Home Farm on the Wimpole Estate. Mills run by wind power are, of course, very good from a sustainability perspective.

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Prospects Trust are one of our long-standing suppliers of organic produce. They are a charity farm, providing education and training to adults with learning disabilities. They've set up a  commercial kitchen, where the co-workers can make jams from the fruit they grow on the farm. They also produced seasonal gifts such as decorations.

None of these products are organic.

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Savoursmith Crisps are made from potatoes that have been grown at Russell Smith Farms in Duxford. They are produced at Savoursmith's factory near Thriplow - so properly local crisps! The crisps are gluten free and four of the flavours are vegan (Desert Salt, Desert Salt and Vinegar, Truffle and Rosemary and Bubbly and Serrano Chilli).

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Three By One offers a wide range of coconut products, from their best-selling coconut milk to their deliciously sweet coconut jam.

The coconuts are grown by small-scale growers and carefully harvested following strict organic principles. They also ensure their partner plantations pay union negoatiated wages and take part in health care, welfare and community services for the area. No monkeys are used in the harvesting of their coconuts.

Every part of the coconut is used in their zero-waste production, from the shell through to the water used to wash the coconuts.

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Fabulously fermented sauerkraut, kimchi and water kefir, handmade locally

Reduce, reuse, recycle: if you return your clean, empty jars to us we can get them back to Totally Cultured for reuse. 

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Organic vegetables to order on top of what you receive in your vegetable box. If you are a Choice box customer and want to select which vegetables you get within your box, go to your basket, and click the link to select your contents there.

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