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 french beans

homegrown french beans

Add a scrunch of salt and pepper and a bit of butter to finish.

£2.75
French beans 300g
organic recipe box

take a box on holiday

Recipe boxes are just the job for easy, seasonal meals on holiday.

£33.95
vegetarian recipe box
organic runner beans

summer runners

Runner beans 500g
£2.75

Sweet, succulent runner beans fresh from the farm. Try tossing with slow cooked tomatoes, olives and fresh basil leaves.

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for organic elderflower bubbly

extra special elderflower

Elderflower bubbly 74cl
£2.85

This special batch of bubbly is made with elderflowers grown here at Riverford. A real summery treat.

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organic sirloin steaks

superb sirloin steak

2 x Beef sirloin steaks 380g
£11.95

Same outstanding quality and welfare, new lower price. Delivered in insulated packaging to keep cool on your doorstep.

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This year our broad bean crop yielded double the volume expected; we got 10 tonnes per acre rather than 5 tonnes! Obviously these are planned in for our veg boxes and wholesale business, but with this kind of volume it’s hard to get them distributed in time as they are a fresh, perishable product – there just is not enough room for such a glut.

Rather than plough the crop back in (very common with large scale farmers), we wanted to see this beautiful crop get distributed to people who would benefit from it, so we got together with the UK Gleaning Network. This NGO gets volunteers to glean crops for farmers and redistribute them to charities by working with other partners such as Fare Share. Watch our 2 minute video to see how we got on!

recipes

braised sweetcorn with chard

thursday 30th july 2015

salad guide

thursday 30th july 2015

green bean & hazelnut pilaf

thursday 30th july 2015