Using organic methods we grow all the different types of vegetable we realistically can, both in the fields and in our polytunnels to provide our customers with the essential ingredients for a fresh, healthy and varied diet. We can only do this because we have the commitment of our customers to come and buy our freshly harvested vegetables every week.
Buying our Veg..
Our customers share in the harvest of seasonal vegetables each week. Our scheme is now year round, and our subscribers pay either £10 a week for a basic box, containing 8 items of fresh vegetables a week, or £15 a week for a bumper box, containing 12-14 items per week, and bigger portions on some of the basic staples. As an example, the basic box at time of writing (1st August 2018) contains potatoes, onions, beetroot, cucumber, courgette, broad beans, patty pan and a lettuce. The bumper box contains all of these plus a cauliflower, spinach, mange tout and cabbage, plus larger quantities of potatoes and cucumbers.
Throughout the main growing season (June – December) all of the contents of the box are vegetables grown at Tyddyn Teg. During the winter and hungry gap (January – May) we buy in a small amount of organic produce from around the UK, and very occasionally continental Europe to supplement our vegetables.
A range of extra items are available to buy when picking up the box.
Our prices are low for organic veg, and as much as possible we try to price match with Tesco’s organic range. Veg scheme customers save between 20-50% a week by being on the scheme, compared to drop in customers.
If you are interested in subscribing to our seasonal vegetable scheme please click on the veg box at the bottom of the page, complete the inquiry form and we will get back to you with details.
Drop in Shop.
While subscribers to our veg scheme can be saving up to 50%, many customers prefer to call at the farm on Thursdays, Fridays Saturdays and Sundays and buy what they want from the shop. We always have lots of extras, some brought in certified organic items and other quality local produce as available.
What to join our scheme? Click the button below: