Eversfield launches it’s slowly grown, freshly harvested organic vegetable range
Award-winning Devon farm, Eversfield Organic has launched a new slowly grown, freshly harvested organic vegetable range.
The vegetables are available as single items or as part of a wider grocery shop at eversfieldorganic.co.uk.
Customers will now be able to choose from up to 200 new organic products such as juicing fruits, vegetables, salads and herbs. New vegetables will be added on to the site as and when they have ripened and the offering will adapt according to the season.
Providing customers with an easy way to buy organically with convenient delivery straight to the door, the extensive choice of flavour-packed fruit and vegetables ideally complements Eversfield’s offering.
Its organic range already includes grass fed for life meat and poultry, organic dairy, organic vegetable boxes, organic handmade meals and an organic deli range.
The new vegetable range will feature seasonal produce such as broccoli, beetroot and sweet potato as well as chillies, herbs, ginger and garlic. Juicing fruits and vegetables such as apples, oranges and carrots will help customers to create the perfect blend for bright, zingy juices packed full of nutrients, vitamins antioxidants and minerals.
Established in 2002 on the edge of Dartmoor, Eversfield Organic has always worked closely with local South West organic farming and growing groups, developing relationships with suppliers who nurture the same ethos and values.
With all products completely traceable back to the field, Eversfield can specify the origins of where the fruit and vegetables come from. It will also be buying some of the produce from overseas, including ethically sourced exotic fruits such as bananas and mango.
Eversfield director, Mark Bury said: “From the vibrant fruits such as bananas, mangos and blueberries, each bursting with flavour to the salad range including cucumber, avocados and mixed sprouting seeds, each new organic item has been carefully selected.
“We are proud to be working with our like-minded farming partners to provide our customers with this additional offering.”
(from a press release)
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