Riverford Wicked Leeks

The UK's #1 rated organic shop

Live life on the veg

We’re mad about veg – it’s at the core of everything we do. We’ve been growing it since 1987 and offer all sorts of veg, fruit, grass fed organic meat and more, fresh from our farm, delivered free to your door. Everything we grow and sell is organic. Come and live life on the veg with us.

Organic veg straight from the farm.

Fresh, seasonal, organic veg every week

Like having an allotment without the digging.

Free delivery from your local veg team

Live life on the veg

New ingredients every week to get creative

Choose an organic box

Winner of Veggie awards 2015

Recipe boxes

Cook organic meals from
scratch,without the fuss

Award winning

Veg boxes

Organic veg boxes - a seasonal surprise every week.

Fruit & salad boxes

Freshly picked fruit and
seasonal organic salad.

Meat boxes

Organic grass fed meat
delivered from British farmers.

Or make your own


Fresh fruit from our
farms and growers


Seasonal organic vegetables
grown for flavour.


Organic meat from the
Riverford butchery.


Organic milk, eggs,
cheese online and more.

Farm shop

Discover our organic online farm shop.
Bread, cereal, organic deli and chocolate. 100% organic and meticulously sourced.

Click here to shop organic farm shop products

Recipes from our kitchen


moroccan carrot salad

thursday 18th april 2019

french beans and salsa verde

thursday 18th april 2019

spring greens with lemon and garlic

thursday 18th april 2019

chard, sweet potato and quinoa stew

thursday 18th april 2019

More from Riverford

A European tree frog's 1,600km journey...

A European tree frog's 1,600km journey...

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We had quite the surprise last week when a well-disguised frog leaped out of a pallet full of swiss chard from our French farm.

We decided that although our Devon farm is a haven for wildlife, it would be happiest back where it came from, so boxed it up (with lots of foliage and water) and sent it back in the lorry on the next trip to France, where it was released back on to the farm.

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