How to store swiss chard
Short shelf life - keep in a plastic bag in the fridge and eat wthin a couple of days
How to cook swiss chard
Boil, squeeze out liquid then fry some garlic in olive oil, add the leaves and serve with raisins or toasted pine nuts. Use in soup or flans
This swiss chard was grown on Guy’s farm in the Vendée, France. With slightly different seasons to the UK, Guy’s French farm helps us to cover the ‘hungry gap’ – the period between April and May, when the old season crops have ended but the first harvest of the new season aren’t quite ready.
Country of origin
Grown in France.