What Will Be In My Box?
Fresh, local and seasonal produce you won't find at your nearby supermarket.
• English Apples & Pears
• Berries from Wye Valley
• Tomatoes from the Isle of Wight
• Green Leafy Veg from L.J. Betts in Kent
• Cucumbers from Floral Farm in Cambridgeshire
• Courgettes from Stanhill Farm in Kent
• Herbs & Spices from Nurtured in Norfolk
• Wild Mushrooms (our forager's selection)
• Staples (Carrots, Potatoes, Onions)
• Seasonal treats (Squashes, Cavolo Nero, Clementines)
+ Exclusive access to bread, eggs, milk & more from local independent producers
It changes each week to get the pick of the season. The best bit? You get to shape your box.
When Do You Deliver?
Our contact-free deliveries are every Tuesday between 2pm-7pm. We plan our routes to minimise carbon emissions and food miles and so can’t offer delivery time slots. If we arrive and there's no one at home, we will follow your instructions and leave the delivery somewhere safe.
Do You Deliver To My Area?
SW1E - Victoria, SW1W - Chelsea, Belgravia, SW1V - Pimlico, SW2 - Brixton Hill, Tulse Hill, Brixton, Streatham Hill, Clapham, Balham, Lambeth, SW3 - Chelsea, Brompton, Knightsbridge, SW4 - Clapham, Stockwell, SW5 - Earls Court, SW6 - Fulham, Parsons Green, SW7 - South Kensington, Knightsbridge, SW8 - South Lambeth, Wandsworth Road, Vauxhall, Battersea, Nine Elms. Clapham, Stockwell, Oval, SW9 - Brixton, Stockwell, Clapham, Oval, SW10 - West Brompton, Chelsea, SW11 - Battersea, Clapham South, SW12 - Balham, Clapham South, Wandsworth Common, SW13 - Barnes, SW14 - Mortlake, East Sheen, SW15 - Putney, Roehampton, Kingston Vale, Putney Heath, Putney Vale, Richmond Park, Roehampton Vale, SW16 - Streatham, Streatham Common, Norbury, Streatham Park, Furzedown, Streatham Vale, Mitcham Common, Pollards Hill, Eastfields, Tulse Hill, West Norwood, SW17 - Tooting, Balham, Mitcham, SW18 - Wandsworth Town, Southfields, Earlsfield, SW19 - Wimbledon, Colliers Wood, Merton Park, Merton Abbey, Southfields, Morden, SW20 - Raynes Park, Lower Morden, Merton Park, Wimbledon Chase
Also now delivering to: KT1, KT2, KT3, KT4, KT5, TW9, TW10, SM4, CR4, SE1, SE17, SE5, SE19, SE21, SE24, SE27
What If I'm Not Going To Be In?
We can leave somewhere safe or with a neighbour. You can also skip, pause of cancel your delivery at any time by letting us know at email@example.com or by Managing Your Account.
How Do I Shape My Box?
You will have the ability to shape your box every week once you've signed up. It's really easy, fun and interactive and what's more, we learn and adapt to your likes and dislikes over time. You can also add hand-picked items from local independent producers.
Pick Fresh From Our Farms
Did you know households in the UK waste 6.6 million tonnes of food per year? The number 1 pet hate with seasonal box schemes is that unwanted items end up in the bin. We still deliver the seasonal surprise, but with more of what you want. Every delivery is tailored to your tastes and comes with new recipes to explore.
✔️ 2+ tonnes of unwanted potatoes saved
See Why Customers Love Our Original Box
"What I like is that they take requests into account so that you're more likely to get food you'll actually eat."
"Fabulous. It’s like getting a bouquet of flowers. Quality of fruit and vegetables is top notch. Well done SW."
"Kept us going a whole week, everything was fresh, there was lots of variety and a suitable amount for two people."
"Very good range of produce - plus variety from week to week. All in appropriate quantities - not too much of any single item."
Enjoy Our Favourite Autumn Recipes
Why Get An SW Fruit & Veg Box?
We don't need to tell you about the feel great health benefits of eating a varied and diverse diet full of all colours of the rainbow. What we will say is, choose us if you want an effortless way to eat better and support local causes, all while being mindful of your environmental impact.
Donate To A Local Good Cause
Together, we've donated the equivalent of 150,000 apples. Supported 5 local charities. And helped cook up over 200 hot meals a week since March 2020. Needs are still high and expected to rise going into Winter 2021.