Organic Fruit and Vegetables from Farmaround (& a Giveaway)

We were sent a luxury fruit bag and a big vegetable bag from Farmaround on the day I had planned to start weaning Wriggly. Perfect timing!

Farmaround Organic Fruit

She had just turned six months old on the day we received the fruit and veg, and I was going to give her organic carrots as her first vegetable, just like her three siblings had had before her.

Farmaround Organic Vegetables

Her big brother was keen to get involved. He peeled her carrots and cut them with his child safe knife. He also mashed them after I had steamed them, and fed his baby sister. She was not impressed! The weaning process could take a long time with our little lady.

Getting the fruit and veg delivered straight to my door was a real treat. It looked really good and fresh. I also loved the fact the organic goodies arrived in big sacks. I used those for fruit and veg peelings and organic waste and it meant my bin did not get dirty that week.

Farmaround Organic Fruit & Vegetable Bags

This is what we used all the organic fruit and vegetables for:

The raspberries just disappeared as soon as I washed them.

Wriggly had most of the carrots puréed as her first solids.

We had some of the carrots and the broccoli with our salmon fillets one night.

One apple, a couple of pears and an orange went into my fruity mincemeat.

We made a vegetarian quiche with the courgettes and plum cherry tomatoes.

Courgette, Tomato & Goat's Cheese Quiche

Oranges went in mulled wine.

Mulled Wine - Fruit and Spices

Pineapple, bananas, apples and clementines were used in smoothies.

Fruit for Smoothie

The pomegranate and a pear gave us a delicious salad.

Crunchy Pear and Pomegranate Salad

I also made vegetable soup, mash and served the rest of the broccoli with steak.

The bananas were not nice and the potatoes had to be scrubbed, but other than that, we really enjoyed our two bags.

Just be aware that sometimes, the contents of the bags do not match the list given on the website. When it happens, Farmaround simply add something of equal value to your bag. If you want a specific bag content, they have a ‘Pick you own bags’ option.

You could win a luxury fruit bag and a big vegetable bag from Farmaround

How to Enter

Just follow the instructions in the box below. It is easy to use and you can get more than one entry! If you are not sure how to use Rafflecopter, I have included detailed instructions below the box. Entries are open until midnight GMT time on 24 February 2015. Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

How to use Rafflecopter?

The first thing you need to do is to log in with Facebook or your email address. Once you are logged in, the first and mandatory entry option is to leave a comment on this post telling me what vegetable you do not like and why. For extra chances of winning, check the instructions in the form.  You can pick and choose a range of ways in which to enter. The only one you must click on to get into the draw is the one asking you to leave a blog post comment. You must also leave a comment for your entry to be valid.    


–    The prize will be supplied directly by Farmaround.

–    The giveaway is open to residents of areas where Farmaround deliver (North of England, London, Greater London and the Home Counties) over 18.

–  I was sent a luxury fruit bag and a big vegetable bag for the purpose of this review.  No payment was received. All opinions and photographs are my own.

I have listed this giveaway on ThePrizeFinder, SuperLucky and Loquax.


  1. Shirley Evans
    23/02/2015 / 10:58 pm

    I dont like carrots

  2. Antonia
    23/02/2015 / 11:09 pm

    I’m not keen on sprouts, on the way in or the aroma on the way out 😉

  3. 23/02/2015 / 11:23 pm

    I love all my veggies, lucky as I’m a vegetarian.

  4. Joanna M-B
    23/02/2015 / 11:25 pm

    I like most veg but I can’t bear pulses so no peas or beans for me!!

  5. Janet T
    23/02/2015 / 11:32 pm

    Sprouts I can’t think of another. In fact most food I love.

  6. Jaynealicia
    23/02/2015 / 11:55 pm

    No mushrooms for me – think it goes back to be forced to eat them when young

  7. Emma Beckett
    23/02/2015 / 11:56 pm

    I can’t bring myself to eat cooked onions. I really don’t like the texture! Makes things difficult whilst eating out and if any recipes need onions in them I have to puree mine.

    • 24/02/2015 / 10:38 pm

      The winner’s name is on the Rafflecopter widget now.

  8. Melanie P
    24/02/2015 / 4:20 pm

    Do not like radishes!

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