Our bags contain roughly 60% vegetables and 40% fruits. Most of what they contain comes from Singapore, Malaysia or Thailand, apart from the Premium bag, in which a few items are grown outside of SEA (i.e. Australia and further).
The 3kg Essential Bag contains organic produces which have the highest pesticide levels when grown non organically (i.e.: the Dirty Dozen). We have put this bag together to support parents concerned about the quantity of pesticides their children intake. This bag will need to be completed by other sources.
Tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, lettuce every week; Green beans, potatoes and sweet potatoes, every other week; Carrots, baby spinach or kale, capsicums occasionally.
Bananas every week, most weeks you will have apples or pears. Depending of the season, we might include other fruits and vegetables.
The 3kg Essential Bag +2kg Top-Up bag contains an extra 2kg of produces that are not part of the Dirty Dozen. This top-up is to allow more variety in your weekly bag. We will add 2kg of produces that can be found in the 7kg Standard bag.
The 7kg Standard Bag was created for bigger families. We kept a focus on the Dirty Dozen and also included the following items:
VegetablesTomatoes, cherry tomatoes, lettuce, potatoes and/or sweet potatoes every week. Every other week: zucchinis, carrots and eggplants. Occasionally: sweet corn, pumpkin, butternup pumpkin, cauliflower, baby spinach, kale, capsicums, leaks, ginger.
Most weeks you will get bananas and apples OR pears, oranges OR grapefruits. Occasionally, you will receive pineapples, coconut, papaya, passion fruits. Depending of the season, we will be able to include other vegetables and fruits such as mangoes, rambutan, mangosteen, etc.
The 3kg Premium Bag contains the following:
A mix of avocado, brocoli, tomatoes on vine, baby carrots, tomatoes beef, baby spinach every other week; And occasionally some kale, arragula (roquette), asparagus, mushrooms, belgium endives, fennel, French beans extra fine.
Every week: some berries (raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, blackberries)! :) Occasionally some cherries, clementines, apple, pears, pomegranate, nectarine, and whatever we can find that is in season and delicious!