Organic Leeks (600g) | Abel & Cole

Leeks, Organic (600g)

(54.2p per 100g)
Organic Vegan plasticfree

Most customers have their staples delivered weekly, so this item is set to automatically order itself every week. Your weekly shop will then arrive with no effort at all. Magic!
Whether you’re whipping up warming soups or baking stunning sides for your Sunday roast, our fragrant and flavour-packed, organic Leeks are the perfect choice. An incredibly versatile vegetable, you could also enjoy yours in pasta, pies or risotto dishes.

By choosing our delicious, organic leeks, you’ll be supporting farmers who naturally enhance the health of their soil through sustainable practices and work to encourage biodiversity on their land. We’ll deliver your farm-fresh, organic leeks sustainably to your door, with as little packaging and as few food miles as possible. For anything that’s sourced from further afield, we have a zero air freight promise in place.

Country of Origin – UK
Class – Minimum Class 2
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Our leeks are grown by Dan Geity on Home Farm, in Ormskirk. Farming from a gorgeous part of the country, Dan's a laid back, salt of the earth chap who grows fantastic onions, Chioggia beetroot and other veg for us throughout the year. We also get some of our leeks from Richard Rowan, who farms in Cornwall with the help of farm manager Andy and their canine companion, Meg. On the banks of the River Lynher, together they grow delicious spinach, rainbow chard, leeks, courgettes and beans for us throughout the year

Ingredients & allergens

Abel & Cole handles celery, celeriac, peanuts and nuts on site. Due to our packing process and re-use of boxes there is a risk of cross-contamination from these, and all other allergens.

While we do everything we can to ensure the information on this page is correct, ingredients, nutritional and dietary information are subject to change. So along with the information on our website, we always recommend that you read each label carefully before enjoying your items

Storage & prep

When you are cleaning your leeks, you should not slice the top green leaves completely off. The white part of the leek will go up further than you thought, so only take off the green parts that you can see. Leeks can be used for stuffing, making soup, or eating alone as a side dish. If the recipe demands slicing, trim and rinse them, then cut them into slices and give a further rinse using a colander Leeks are best kept in your fridge. If you wrap them in plastic, your leeks will retain their moisture for longer. Don’t forget to wash your fruit and veg before use.

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