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Hello Spring! Crop Drop’s got some wonderful produce for you this season, and we're now delivering to the Earl Haig in Crouch End!

We’re Crop Drop, Haringey's non-profit, local veg-box scheme. This season, we’ve got some wonderful locally grown stuff coming in from Living Under One Sun in Tottenham and Wolves Lane Horticultural Centre in Wood Green, as well as Forty Hall Farm in Enfield.

Each week, we put together bags of fresh, seasonal fruit and veg and deliver them around the borough to almost 200 residents. The bags start from as little as £8, this is what was in the bags this week.

We want a fairer, more sustainable food system, as well as to make sure the people of Haringey get the tastiest and most nutritious veggies available.

So if you’ve been thinking of going more seasonal and local, then why not give us a try? There’s lots more info on our website, or you can get in touch using the info below.

w: www.cropdrop.co.uk

e: veg@cropdrop.co.uk

p: 07432 588 734

f: facebook.com/CropDrop

t: twitter.com/CropDrop

Tags: food, local, organic, seasonal, veg, veg box

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