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Another consideration, particularly in this part of the world, is that the fruit and veg on offer may be less nutritious than it once was.
Consumers want a one-stop vegetable solution and the Burgess Harvest Veg brand aims to meet this need.
The manual element means Village Veg can't compete with mechanised farming.
Let's throw that pack of Quavers away and buy some green leafy veg, shall we?
The logic is in the cost savings," explained Anthony Fantin, part owner and treasurer of Veg Pro, a Canadian grower/shipper.
The 34 Options for Action included within the Fit for the Future report include multi-siting fruit and veg in more places in the store; redesigning food service areas to offer more prominence to fruit and veg, developing funshaped fruit and veg for kids and adding at least one extra piece of veg to every ready meal.
AFTER A CAMPAIGN LED BY A NORTHUMBERLAND COUNCILLOR, ASDA'S MUCH-TALKED ABOUT 'WONKY VEG BOXES' WILL BE COMING TO NORTH EAST STORES.
But now selected Asda stores near Birmingham are trialling a WONKY veg box.
Sandwich ,Grilled Sandwich Veg,Cheese Sandwich ,Bread & Butter,Burger Veg Aaloo Tikki ,
The knobbly carrots and other organic fruit and veg tend to be more highly priced.
GROWING veg on your patio couldn't be easier - you can control the soil type, the situation and the watering, often providing shelter near the house when it's needed.
But veg also win a place in the looks department, she says.
Brits are near the bottom of the class when it comes to eating fruit and veg, ranking 14th out of 19 in a review of eating habits across the EU.
2 YOU NEED 1 kilo veg, 4oz butter, 8oz onions, 1/4 pint water or dry sherry, salt to taste, ground black pepper, 2pts good chicken/veg stock, or a stock cube 3 CHOP IT UP Cut veg into even pieces, chop onion, melt butter in a pan, slowly saute onion, take care not to burn.
Curvy cucumbers and nobbly carrots will be back on sale in the shops from next July after more than two dozen laws banning imperfect-looking fruit and veg were scrapped.