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Organic Raspberry Coulis – 165ml
Perfect for cheese cakes, ice cream, fromage blanc.
Ingredients: Organic raspberry 70%, organic blond sugar
Storage: 15 days in the fridge after opening
Organic Baby Spinash – 500g$230 by kg
All fresh spinach can be eaten raw. You’ll need to cut it up as it will be tougher and stringy. Always eat raw vegetables whenever possible, as they won’t have lost any of their vitamins. Cooked spinash are delicious , especially mixed with fresh cheese or cream!
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 , and fresh goat cheese, brocciu, feta or smoked salmon. Wash them, shake the excess water off (if you plan to stir-fry it or eat it raw in a salad, you should pat it dry with kitchen paper, too). Older spinach may have tough stems – cut these off. If the rib of the leaf is particularly big, fold the leaf in half lengthways with the rib facing outwards, then tear it away from the leaf.
Sold by 500g min
Organic Dried Apricots – 250g$59
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.
Price is per 250g
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.
Price is per piece of about 1.2kg
Origin: Spain or France
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.