Riverford

riverford

fresh from our fields this week

We’ve been growing organic veg since 1987 and offer a whole range of 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 apricots

first chance apricots

These pastel aromatic fruits sing of summer. Soft, sweet and dripping with juice.

£3.25
Apricots 450g
organic recipe box

dinner sorted

Our recipe boxes are packed with all you need to make 3 organic meals.

£33.95
vegetarian recipe box
organic padron peppers

padron roulette

Padron peppers 200g
£2.95

Some are hot, some are not! Guy’s famous padron peppers are back. Fry until blistering, add sea salt and cold beer.

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organic sugar snap peas

UK sugar snaps

Sugar snap peas 300g
£2.95

Super sweet and crisp. Best eaten raw or lightly steamed.

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organic lamb leg steaks

lamb steaks

4 x Boneless lamb leg steaks 350g
£8.75

Lean, succulent organic lamb leg steaks. Sizzle and smoke on the BBQ for an unbeatable summer treat.

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Samphire is a delicately succulent and crisp vegetable which is naturally salty, as it grows in British estuaries. Unsurprisingly, it goes particularly well with fish, but also lamb. The season is short at only a few weeks, usually in July, so it’s definitely one to get stuck into while it’s about.

Our marsh samphire comes from the incredibly beautiful Great Orcheton Farm in South Devon. It grows in low-lying fields along the edge of the Erme estuary, which were flooded when a 200 year-old sea wall broke seven years ago. This created a rich wildlife habitat whose tidal nature also gave just the right conditions for samphire to grow in. Joe and Harry Miller are the young farming brothers who look after the crop, juggling the samphire harvesting sessions with looking after their herd of Jersey cows and vegetable crops.

recipes

raw courgette salad

thursday 2nd july 2015

whole artichoke & butter

thursday 2nd july 2015

pimientos de padron

thursday 2nd july 2015