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We offer an organic selection of fresh and seasonal  vegetables. Responsibly sourced from organic vegetable producers, flown directly to Hong Kong and delivered straight away to your door.

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Organic Lemon – 1kg

$129

Lemon promotes hydration and keeps the skin healthy. They help ease digestion, prevents kidney stones and freshens breath. Lemons are a very good source of Vitamin C.
Tip:-Lemon mixed with honey and water acts as a detoxifying agent.

Don’t be surprised if they arrived with a green color! It is just because they didn’t receive a thermal chock because of the season but you can use them as regular lemons.

price is for 1kg (variable number of piece)

Origin: Italy or Spain
Packaging:  Paper Bag
Storage:   In warmer weather lemons are best kept in the fridge at least a week.
Usage: Lemon can be used in a million different ways. The juice spices up a salad, is a classic ingredient in pancakes, is used in stuffings, drinks, cakes. The zest is full flavoured, and our lemons are unwaxed, so you can use it freely.

Organic Charentais Melon

$135 by piece

About 700g to 1kg per piece

Melon can be eaten at any moment during a meal, depending on individual tastes.

As a savoury starter, with Parma ham.
As a sweet starter, cut in half and filled with Port, Pineau or even Ricard* (*the excessive consumption of alcohol can damage your health)
As a main dish, fried with duck magrets or a red meat.
As a dessert, in fruit salads, as a sorbet or just as nice, in iced soups with a light syrup in which you have preserved fresh pieces of ginger.

Origin:  France

Organic William Pear – New

$132

The Williams’ bon chrétien pear, commonly called the Williams pear or the Bartlett pear in the United States and Canada, is the most commonly grown variety of pear in most countries outside Asia.

Origin: Italy
Packaging: Kraft paper
Storage:Keep it up to a week in the refrigerator in the crisper compartment
Usage: You can eat it  straight away or cook them. Use it for pies, in syrups,  or deep them into hot chocolate for the classical William pear shaped dessert.

Price is per kilo

Organic Heirloom Tomatoes – New

$179 $159 by kg

Fall in love with our organic tomatoes. They are perfect to make stylish salads.

Discover a unique type or a mix of the best organic tomatoes of the week.

 

Origin: France

Organic Pepper/Capsicum – 1 kg

$179 by kg

Although many people perceives bell peppers as vegetables, they are actually fruits. But in either case, all sweet peppers are characterized by their thick flesh, bright skin color, and fairly sweet flavor. Enjoy this mix of Organic Bell Peppers offer different flavors, varying colors, and a multitude of uses.

You will receive either red ones or mix coloured depending of the availibility.

Origin:  France
Packaging: Kraft bag
Storage: Keep refrigerated and unwashed for up to five days.
Usage:  They can also be easily cooked and incorporated into omelets, soups, stews, or pizza. Oven heated with olive oil, they are delicious.

Price is for 1kg

Organic Rhubarb – 1kg

$149

Rhubarb, also known as pieplant, resembles a cherry-colored celery stalk with shaded leaves so enormous they look like deep-green elephant ears. For prepping, remove and discard leaves; trim off the bottom end of the stalk, wash in cold water and if stringy, peel. Only eat the stalks; the leaves contain oxalic acid and are poisonous. Rhubarb is revered for the sour perkiness it adds to sweet and savory dishes. Complimentary flavors include citrus, berries, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and vanilla.

Origin:  France or Netherland
Packaging: Wooden crate or carton
Storage: Wrap, unwashed, in plastic and refrigerate three to seven days. Or wash and chop, place in freezer containers, and freeze up to three months.
Usage:  Rhubarb has a tart, tangy flavor that makes for beautiful desserts, such as crumbles, tarts and pies.

Price is for 1kg

Organic AOP Nyons Olives – 330g

$125

This exclusive and exceptional product is the result of the passionate and hard work of a couple of nature lovers. Those organic olives are farmed in a very artisanal way and are from the “Tanche” variety.The Tanche olive is unique to southern part of the Drôme, and Nyons is the name given to the Tanche olives grown in and around the charming town of Nyons. Distinguished by their large pits, sweet meaty flavor, and lack of bitterness, Nyons olives are special enough to have earned their own AOC, or Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée (the French system for designating and controlling the geography and quality of wines and other products). The skin of Nyons olives is finely wrinkled, because they are harvested in December, after the ripe olives have begun to shrivel a bit with the cold.

Origin: France
Packaging: Vacuum pack
Storage:Keep away from the light. Once opened, store in the fridge. You can store it in a jar for more convenience.
Usage: You can eat them straight from the jar or use them to make a tapenade, an olive purée, or a variety of hot dishes.

Price is per 330g

Organic Cherry Tomatoes – 750g

$155 by kg

Discover our organic cherry tomatoes. Bulk or grappe, you can use them to make delicious salad and add fresh burrata or mozzarella

 

Origin: Spain
Type: grappe or bulk depending of the availibility
Storage: in the crisper for 3 to 4 days

Organic Dried Apricots – 250g

$58

Those apricots comes from Turkey, in the region of Malatya, where the terroir meets a dry climate, and where this tasty variety grows and provides amazing gustatory qualities. They belongs to the fair trade under the reference Fair for Life.

Origin: Turkey

Price is per 250g

Organic Black Grape – New

$129 by kg

We will select for you the best type of grape available every week.

Grape represents about 1/7 of fruits purchases in France.

Origin: Italy or Spain
Packaging: Kraft paper
Storage:Keep it up to a week in the refrigerator crisper compartment.
Usage: you just need to wash it to enjoy

 

Price is per kilo

Organic Guyot Pear – New

$125 by kg

Guyot, or Docteur Jules Guyot, is a early pointed, though slightly squat pear with a roughish yellowing peel, sometimes with a slight blush. This is not the most flavoursome of pears, but does have melting tender flesh which is very juicy and typical of many early varieties. It looks similar to the Bartlett (Williams’ Bon Chrétien) pear.

Origin: France
Packaging: Kraft paper
Storage:Keep it up to a week in the refrigerator in the crisper compartment
Usage: You can eat it  straight away or cook them. Use it for pies, in syrups.

Price is per kilo

Organic Mini Watermelon

$180 by piece

These watermelons aren’t so big that you’d struggle to lift them out of your box, but there’s plenty to go round.

END OF SEASON

Price is per piece, discounter if you buy more than one.

Origin: Spain or France
Packaging: None
Storage: Watermelon should be kept in a cool, dry place. Once you’ve cut it open, cover it over and keep in the fridge
Usage: Sweet and juicy, they make the perfect snack for the whole family. Using a large knife (and keeping little hands out of the way!) slice the melon in half, lengthways. Then cut into wedges and enjoy the melon straight from the skin, or cut into chunks and add to salads.

Organic Mirabelle Plum – New (Short Season)

$165

The delightful Mirabelle from the Lorraine region of France is a small, yellow-coloured variety of plum. Since the famous French cook Jean-Pierre Coffe stated “Happiness exists. I’ve met it. It weighs 14.3 grams and it comes from Lorraine”, this delicate and tasty fruit has been a real benchmark in the French gastronomy.

Enjoyed this organic fruit on its own or complementing all sorts of pastry, the “Mirabelle de Lorraine” is now a common ingredient for tarts, typical clafoutis and, above all, jams. French Chefs also use the Northern fruit for delicious sweet and savoury mixes, with fish or duck fillets for instance.

Price is for 1kg

Origin: France, Lorraine
Type: Kraft paper bag
Storage: in the cripser for 3 to 4 days

Organic French Fig

$245 by kg

Grown for thousands of years on the shores of the Mediterranean, the fig was one of the first fruit-trees husbanded by humanity. It holds a place of honour alongside the olive tree in literature and the Bible.
Louis XIV of France was a great fig lover. He had more than 700 fig trees of different varieties planted in his orchards at the palace of Versailles. Discover our organic figs delivered to your door step.

Origin: France or Spain
Packaging: Tray
Storage: Figs are fragile fruits. You can  store in the refrigerator crisper compartmentand eat them within a week
Usage: eat them straight away or cook them to create delicious recipes, mix it with cheese and nuts. You can also make your own jam or use it on pie.

 

Price is per kilo.

Organic Dried Fig – 250g

$59

Those figs comes from the mountain in Turkey, as they are sweeter and have a thiner skin. They have a better social impact of the remote communities.

Origin: Turkey

Price is per 250g

Organic Student Mix – 250g

$79

An assortment of nuts and raisins to provide the good combination of vitamins and minerals essential for the brain of brainstormers! This mix is a “classic” of organic dried fruit & nuts mixes.

Recipe
  • Sultanine raisins, cashewnuts, almonds, roasted hazelnuts

This mix is Fair Trade labellised according to Fair for Life standards. 

Organic Macadamia Nuts – 125g

$107

They have a smooth, buttery texture and mellow, nutty taste that makes them a real treat for snacking, and the perfect addition to baking or cooking.

Origin: Australia

Price is per 125g

Organic Medjool Date – 750g

$309 by kg

Large and moist, these organic Medjool dates are a real treat. Medjool dates are naturally flavorful, low in fat and high in potassium for a healthy way to satisfy a sweet tooth.

Origin: Israel
Packaging: Kraft paper
Storage:Keep it up to 2 weeks in the refrigerator organic date
Usage: These dates are huge and ideal for snacking; just remember to remove the pits first. The fruits can also be used to make energy bites or raw desserts.

Price is per 750g

Organic French Plum – New

$159

Traditionally the French plum was dried and kept over a long period of time when refrigerators did not exist and winter meant months with few fruits or vegetables. Prunes were almost as precious as salt and were used to bargain wages during the 15th century. The French Prune tree was introduced to the States by Pierre and Louis Pellier, brothers who went to California for the Gold Rush, started a nursery business near San Jose in 1856 with plum cuttings they brought from France. Today the French prune plum tree are sought by connoisseurs around the world. The French prune is very sweet, rich flavor with tender, fine-textured flesh. Medium-sized prune plum of red to violet purple skin over amber flesh. Delicious for eating fresh, baking, chutneys, and drying. Long-lived and self-fertile. For further information on the French prune plum see below for assistance selecting this bare root plum tree for sale.

Enjoy the plum of the week among the following varieties Reine Claude, Black Diamond, d’ente, fortuna, quetsche, bleu de ribon,

Origin: France
Type: Kraft paper bag
Storage: in the crisper for 3 to 4 days

Organic Banana – New

$125 by kg

Nectarines, like peaches, originated in China over 2,000 years ago and were cultivated in ancient Persia, Greece and Rome. They were grown in Great Britain in the late 16th or early 17th centuries and introduced to America by the Spanish.

Contrary to popular belief, they are not a cross between a Peach and a Plum. Nectarines are very closely related to peaches and in fact, only differ by the gene that creates the “fuzz” on the outside of a peach. By allowing firm nectarines to sit at room temperature until soft to the touch, they will become increasingly juicy and sweet.

Origin: France (Martinique/Guadeloupe) or Dominican Republic
Packaging: none
Storage: Store at room temperature. If you receive them green, you just need to wait a few days to enjoy them.
Usage: to eat on the way back from school or to mix with melted chocolate, the choice is yours

 

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