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Newsletter 30 July

Your veg is here!

Thank you to all of you for your support. Your subscription status provides us with a stable basis for our business. We couldn’t do any of this without you! 🙂

We’ve had some lovely feedback from some of you. You enjoy the variety of veg we’ve selected for your box and finding out what to do with it. Many of you have enjoyed new recipes untried before.

This is great to know because we put a lot of care and thought into planning the boxes and the recipes.

But others prefer to plan their meals more and so want more choice over what they get. We have expanded the shop a bit more to try to accommodate this and to allow people to choose their own, hoping this will attract more subscribers!

Want to choose your own?

If you fancy a break from our carefully selected box to make one of your own, you are welcome to try it. Just suspend your subscription from the subscriptions tab in your account, pick your own produce by Monday and reactivate your account on

Extra extras

This does mean a broader range of Extras in the shop. We have now named these items as ‘Special produce’ in the shop. This is so you know you won’t order something that we have already planned for your box.

Items planned for your box are listed as Standard Produce – if you don’t want to know what’s likely to be in your box, don’t look at this section of the shop! 🙂

Your boxes this week

Do keep letting us know your Likes and Dislikes. As we’re getting better at this it is easier for us to personalise your box to suit you.

Small boxes contain broccoli, large vine tomatoes and bananas plus Pembrokeshire new potatoes, carrots and onions.

Medium+ Boxes have all that as well as red peppers, courgettes and Fuji apples.

Gardener’s Boxes contain red peppers and a mushroom pack of flat and oyster mushrooms. You also have bananas, Fuji apples, avocados, clementines and pears.


Recipes this week to go with the broccoli in the standard boxes are for Roasted broccoli with garlic and Courgette, broccoli & gremolata pasta. Read them here.

What do you think?

Let us know your thoughts at

Thank you!
The Gardd Sadwrn team

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