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Mixed Vegetable Box

Mixed Vegetable box delivered straight to your door

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Seasonal Vegetable boxes

Selected and arranged for your healthy diet from the best available fruit and...

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Free Range Eggs

Large and Very Large Fresh Farm eggs at very competitive prices.

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1kg (approximately

5-8 depending on size)

clementinesImported from Spain, Morocco and Greece, clementines are a cross between a sweet orange and a Chinese mandarin.


They are small, very sweet, and usually seedless.


Its small size and lack of seeds make it particularly popular with kids.



We provide them in a family pack size of 1kg  (approximately 6-10 per kg depending on size)

Roots Direct is offering  free home delivery of fresh farm produce – fruit, vegetables and free range eggs, as well as organic compost, forest bark and restaurant charcoal. 


We specialising in home delivery of  seasonal fruit and vegetables boxes, selected and arranged for your healthy diet from the best available fruit and vegetables on season for better taste, better value and better deals.


As a general rule our fruit and vegetables deliveries are on a weekly or fortnightly basis although a more frequent service can be arranged.

Our selection of products is made as to fulfil your needs as a demanding customer, ensuring the freshness and flavour of each and every fruit or vegetable. 


All your orders will be delivered free of charge as long as your delivery address is included in our delivery areas.

You can customize your order at any time prior to date of delivery.

Did you know?

Most of us perceive cucumbers as being the vegetable with highest water contents (95%), but it turns out that cabbage and spinach follow close with 91-94% water contents. As for fruits, the winner is watermelon (no surprise here, judging by the name) with its 92% water.