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Growing with Grace deliveries

Bread deliveries become part of nature’s bounty…

Baker Aidan Monks from Lovingly Artisan Bakery, Cumbria, and organic farm Growing With Grace, based at Clapham, North Yorkshire, have teamed up to bring together a totally natural pairing of fresh fruit and veg and freshly made breads – all delivered direct to your door by Growing With Grace’s home delivery service.

Growing With Grace made the decision to pair up with Lovingly Artisan because they share the same deep-seated knowledge and passion for freshly produced food and the important role they play in our overall health and well-being.

Operating as a community cooperative farm for nearly 23 years, Growing With Grace produces fresh organic fruit, vegetables, herbs and salads in their two acres of glasshouses, overseen by a team of staff and volunteers who all take real pride in producing some of the very best organic produce grown anywhere in the region.

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Choosing the ingredients for your home delivery box is as easy as 1,2,3… simply select from the various box options on the Boxes page of the Growing With Grace Website. Once you’re signed up you’ll be able to manage and adjust the contents of your box to suit your needs.

Handily you can amend your order to add or remove items at any time until the order cut-off point of 8am each Monday, all the team ask is that you place a minimum Choices Box order of just £15 or more and then they’ll deliver for free to the following areas: Lancaster, Lune Valley, South Cumbria and Furness Peninsula, Western Dales and parts of North Yorkshire, Ribble Valley and Preston.

Once you’ve selected the contents of your box The Growing With Grace Team then pick and carefully pack your order and deliver your box bursting with fresh seasonal flavours direct to your door, and with deliveries made on the same day each week it means you can plan your meals in advance, and they also supply a selection of easy-to-follow recipes – check out Growing With Grace’s website for some meal ideas.

If you’d rather buy your produce in person you can always visit the Growing With Grace Farm Shop, which is open at the farm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, from 10am to 5pm each day.

Catherine Connor & Aidan Monks commented: ‘’Lovingly Artisan Bakery and Growing With Grace have so much in common, we are both fully committed to helping sustain the local communities in which we operate, to supporting local people through the provision of quality job opportunities, nurturing and growing affordable nutritious foods, whilst also ensuring that we safeguard the environment through sustainable business practice.’’

Neil Stevenson, Growing With Grace Shop Co-Ordinator said: ‘’Working alongside Lovingly Artisan is the most natural partnership there is, especially as both businesses share the same values and ethos. And we couldn’t be happier that we’re working with the UK’s best bakery to increase the fresh produce available to our customers both for home delivery and from our farm shop.

Neil added: ‘’As well as supplying Lovingly Artisan breads, Growing With Grace also works with an array of other small specialist producers to provide our customers with all the essential quality ingredients they need to enable them to make an array of affordable, healthy and delicious meals each and every week.’’

To place an order visit: https://shop.growingwithgrace.org.uk/

Notes:

1/ For further information about Lovingly Artisan visit: www.lovinglyartisan.com

2/ For further information about Growing With Grace or to order your Choices Box visit: https://shop.growingwithgrace.org.uk/ or for Wholesale Trade Enquiries for local shops, pubs and restaurants email grower@growingwithgrace.org.uk to discuss your needs.

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