- Organic Medjool Date - 750g $319 by kg
- Nunshen Discovery Box $399
- White Butter Sauce - 170g - Order before Sunday before 6pm $52
- Live Venus Clams from Normandy $300 by kg
- Organic Flat Peach $155 by kg
- 55 months Iberico Bellota Pata Negra Ham Flakes - 50g $189
- Tavaillon - 375g $81
Green Cardamom from Guatemala - 50g
- Organic Leek $135 by kg
- Anchovies from Cantabria XXL - Small Format $219
Organic Pine Nuts – 50g
Did you know that pine nuts have been enjoyed by the Greeks and Romans since time immemorial? The Roman legions used to carry pine kernels as provisions on long journeys.Also, thanks to their exquisite flavor pine nuts are used all over Europe as a culinary ingredient widely used in confectionery and the world-famous “pesto” sauce.
Ingredients: organic pine nuts
Usage: keep up to 15 days after opening the zip bag and keep it away from direct light and heat
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Organic Nectarine$169 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: Spain or France
Packaging: Paper bag
Storage: Store at room temperature for up to one week after ripening. Most stone fruit may be refrigerated to stop the ripening process.
Usage: Besides cobblers, pies and tarts, the texture of nectarines also makes them ideal for sautéing and grilling. Try them on the BBQ with your favorite sauce for a mouth watering surprise.
Organic Mesclun Mix Salad$239 by kg
Mesclun is a mix of assorted small young salad greens
Packaging: Wooden crate or carton
Storage: in the crisper 2 to 3 days after receiving your order. wash it before using it.We advise to keep it in a close container or to put it in a plastic bag, blow air inside and close it in order to increase the shelf life and keep it crispy. Dry well the salad if you wash it before putting it in the fridge.
Usage: Classic in salad with one of our premium oil and vinegar , shallots and goat cheese, feta or smoked salmon. About 50 to 80g per person.
Organic Lemon$135 by kg
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 Blueberry$345 by kg / Min 500g
There’s nothing quite like eating a juicy, delicious bowl of blueberries on a warm summer day. Not only do these seasonal delights taste good, but they are also packed with a variety of good-for-you nutrients. You can share our special packages with your friends or neighbors!
Origin: France, Spain or Portugal
Packaging: Paper tray with cellulose film to protect or plastic trays
Storage: in their original packaging in the fridge. It is better to eat them within 3 to 4 days after receiving your order as they are fragile.
Usage: Perfect dessert, they are already sweet so you don’t need to add sugar. You can add and the whipping cream on top. You can use them to make your own jam or include them in your dessert recipes.