Sign up for your weekly Veg Bag:
Healthy, Local, Seasonal, Fresh Fruit & Veg from growers in the Dyfi Valley
Just £12 weekly membership from June to November
To SIGN UP for a bag please contact Sabrina email@example.com or 01654 700115
Or you can sign up straight away using our sign up form – either print and return to address listed or return by email.
A Green-Isle Growers Veg Bag is a partnership between you and your growers from the Dyfi Valley. By making a commitment to buy fresh, healthy, local veg for the season you are supporting several local growers to continue to produce healthy food for local people, and protect the local landscape with chemical free, ecological growing practices.
With this scheme you can enjoy:
- Eating high quality weekly Fresh, Healthy, Local Fruit and Vegetables
- Know where your food comes from – and shake hands with your growers
- Grower site trips through the season
- Exclusive access to local unpasteurised goat and cow milk
- Lower your carbon footprint
- Improve regional biodiversity on ecological growing sites
- Support your local economy to thrive positively
For £12, you will receive a weekly box with about 8 portions of different vegetables (and occasional seasonal fruit). This box will feed 1–3 people, depending on how much fresh stuff you eat.
Boxes will be dropped off at collection points in Machynlleth, Corris, Taliesin and Llanbrynmair on a Wednesday afternoon.
Our vegetables are fresh and high value.
You can expect things such as salad, microsalad, tomatoes, beans, spinach, peppers, mange-tout, beetroot, onions, garlic, leeks, squash and cucumbers.
You will not be receiving weekly portions of cheap bulk crops such as potato, onion and carrot. These crops will appear in the bags when seasonal and local, but will not be a weekly staple.
Due to seasonal fluctuations the volume of veg may vary from time to time, but will level out over the weeks.
The growers have committed to grow enough veg for 6 months: June – November, and we would like our customers to commit to staying with the scheme for the same period. This helps us to plan what we will all be growing.
We ask that you do not take holiday breaks, as this leaves us with crops ready to harvest and no one to eat them. Some people share their box with friends while they are away, others give to a neighbour. We can arrange breaks if you are away for over a month, so please contact us if this is the case.
Any Questions – firstname.lastname@example.org 01654 700115