fresh from our fields this week

We’ve been growing organic veg since 1987 and offer a whole range of seasonal veg, fruit, meat and more, fresh from our farm. Everything we grow and sell is organic. Choose from the pick of this week’s crops, grown for flavour.

organic borlotti beans

fresh borlotti beans

These pink-speckled beans taste as good as they look. Use in stews, salads, hummus and more.

Borlotti beans 1kg
organic cape gooseberries

caped crusaders

Tangy cape gooseberries from our French farm. A good foil to rich, sweet puddings.

Cape gooseberries 150g
organic tinned chickpeas

chunky chickpeas

Tinned chickpeas 400g

From our new store cupboard staples range. Spot on for weeknights – add to one-pot creations or hearty salads.

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organic romanesco

new season romanesco

Romanesco cauliflower

Mathematical perfection, with a crunchy texture and nutty flavour somewhere between cauliflower and broccoli.

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organic recipe boxes

recipe boxes

vegetarian - 3 meals

All you need for easy organic home cooked meals. No planning, no shopping, no measuring – just enjoy the cooking.

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Far from glossy coffee table food porn, Spring and Summer Veg is a tactile, practical book that has been designed for what we know our customers do - real-life cooking! As farmers and self-proclaimed veg nerds, we’ve created recipes that bring veg to the centre of the plate in dishes that really help you get to grips with the green stuff. From tips on how to recognise a kohlrabi, store a tomato and prepare fennel, to dishes such as aubergine pasta sauce, fennel and chard gratin and spring green and coconut dal, this book is packed with ideas and advice to increase your confidence and your repertoire in the kitchen. Ultimately these recipes make veg the star of the show, without any of the glitzy fuss. It’s the first in the new Riverford Companion series (admittedly a little later than planned) – look out for Autumn and Winter veg in October, and more to come after that.


baked chicken tikka

thursday 3rd september 2015

devilled tomatoes

friday 28th august 2015