Bunched Purple Carrots, Organic

£2.40
(£2.40 each)
Organic Vegan

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Why?
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!
Sweet and crunchy, with a subtle earthiness. Our organic purple carrots are grown on Low Farm in Suffolk by James Foskett.

What makes me special?

- Versatile, and perfect for roasting, steaming, boiling, or enjoying raw
- Keep them fresh for longer by cutting the green tops off and storing them in the fridge
- Blend the tops into soup and pesto, or even add to salads
- Organically grown without artificial pesticides
- James Foskett prioritises soil health, biodiversity and taste
- Delivered sustainably to your door, with zero air miles and zero pointless plastic
- Country of Origin – UK
- Class - Minimum class 2
- Minimum weight - 500g (including leaves)
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Producer

We get our bunches of purple carrots from the Foskett's Farm. They've been farming at Low Farm in Suffolk since 1955, and organic since 2009. James looks after the farm now, with his wife Belinda, and their Labrador, Dizzy. James is as green minded as he is green fingered – he installed solar panels on the farm and encourages wildlife throughout the farm (kingfishers, barn owls, oyster catchers and water voles are some of the more unusual animals he’s spotted

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

Raw carrots can be finely or coarsely grated, cut into matchsticks or fingers to add colour as well as crunch and flavour to many dishes. The green leafy tops of these bunched carrots are great in a salad!

Carrots should be stored in the warmest part of the fridge or in a cool dark place. Remember to wash all fruits & veggies before eating

Matters of the heart & soil
Organic farms by nature, save the long term fertility of the soil by allowing worms, insects and more to flourish. There are more living organisms in a handful of good soil than there are people on earth.

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