- Lettuce, Round/Butterhead, Essex
- Kale, Curly Green, Cambs
- Parsley, Cambs
- Pea Shoots, London
- Asparagus, Cambs
- Mushrooms, Brown, Suffolk
- Garlic, Spain
- Onions, 60 – 80mm, Netherlands
country loaves, oat porridge loaves and olive sticks
See you at the co-op!
- Spinach, Ppk, Kent UK
- Kale, Cavolo Nero, Cambs UK
- Mushrooms, Brown, Suffolk UK
- Ginger, Peru
- Lettuce Batavia Green, Lincs UK
- Avocado, Hass, Spain
No asparagus this week – but hopefully next
- Country loaves – made with freshly milled whole grain wheat and rye grains and white flour
- Rugbrød – made entirely with freshly milled wheat and rye and are packed with sprouted rye grains, sesame, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, brown linseeds, chia seeds, golden ale, coconut and soy yoghurt, salt
- Olive sticks
See you at the co-op!
It is with heavy hearts we must share that The Old Post Office Bakery – who have been supplying us with incredible loaves, veggie sos rolls and pasties for years – are retiring. Our last delivery was a few weeks back, and the last day their Clapham shop is open is this Sunday 8th May. Thanks for everything OPOB, you will be missed by many a faresharer and swathes of Londoners! (on the off chance anyone’s interested in taking over a bakery… do get in touch with them)
However, every cloud has its silver lining, and through the grapevine we found local baker Damion, who has started supplying us. We’re now stocking his country loaves and porridge loaves – both sourdough and made with freshly milled organic wholewheat flour, organic white flour, water, leaven + salt; the latter also has a porridge of oats plus linseeds mixed in! £3.50 for a 1kg loaf. Porridge loaves apparently keep a fair bit longer than bread usually does (although that’s quite a challenge because it’s so delicious…)
Today we were treated to some incredible olive + zaatar bread sticks, £1.40 each. If you pop by the co-op asap there might still be some left…
Kale, Cavolo Nero
Onions 60-80 mm
Potatoes, Sweet Med
The number of people buying their food at Fareshares is still quite a lot lower than before the pandemic, and meanwhile we’re doing our best to maintain or even increase the range of items available.
This, combined with other factors such as money we lose every week on unsold fresh fruit and veg, and our inefficiency in keeping prices up to date, means that our bank balance is running pretty low at the moment.
- keep shopping!
- let other people know about Fareshares
- if you can, make a donation when you shop
The more help we get from our community, the better.
Meanwhile we’ll do our best to keep things going and make improvements.
If you have the time, you’re warmly invited to join us and help out as part of the collective.