Veg Box Newsletter w/c 13.11.17

Morning Folks, We’ve just opened our online Christmas shop! Our popular potted tree rental service is back, as well as our beautiful wreaths made by our in-house florist. We have a selection of organic Scottish meat, cheese, and vegetarian and vegan options. There are also a selection of hampers and other delightful gifts. There’s still…

Veg Box Newsletter w/c 6.11.17

Afternoon Folks, There’s still plenty of time to enter the Munch of the Month competition, to be in with a chance of winning a hamper of delights from our shop, all you have to do is share a photo of a meal you’ve made with your veg box, and use the tags #locavoremm and #locavorevegbox….

Veg Box Newsletter w/c 30.11.17

Hello Folks, We have a colourful array of produce in the veg boxes today to cheer up what has been a very grim start to November, with golden beetroot from Chapel Farm, squash from Bedlam Farm and our very own Red Russian kale. Oh, and cherry tomatoes from the Isle of Wight for a taste…

Veg Box Newsletter w/c 23.10.17

Afternoon Folks, Welcome to our first Wednesday veg box newsletter! As you should be aware now, we’ve changed our delivery days, here’s a reminder: Wednesday: Ayrshire, Glasgow south Thursday: Stirling, Edinburgh Friday: collections from our shop, Glasgow north We have great news in that our building warrant and planning application for our Big Plan have…

Veg Box Newsletter 20/10/17

Morning Folks, *REMINDER* Now that we’re nearing 500 customers, we’re starting to outgrow our warehouse space, and have come to the conclusion that splitting our deliveries over two days is our best option going forward. To keep this as simple as possible, we’re using the Clyde as a boundary, so we’ll be doing deliveries to…

Veg Box Newsletter 13/10/17

Morning Folks, The vibrant colours of autumn are reflected in our greenhouse right now, where we’ve planted out seedlings of rainbow chard in shades of pink, green and yellow, alongside the shades of red and green remaining on our chilli plants. Up at Left Field Market Garden our garlic is going into the ground, where…