“Know your farmer, know your food.”
One of the basics of healthy living is the food that makes up our body. That is why we are passionate about producing nutritious vegetables without using chemical fertilizers or pesticides.
Our aim is to improve the Japanese food supply system through increasing/promoting Sustainable agriculture and deliver delicious vegetables to more people. By purchasing our vegetables, you not only get to eat delicious produce, but you also get the possibility to learn how real food is grown, by visiting the farm and joining events.
Vegetable box system?
At the farm we produce mainly seasonal vegetables, contents of the box will change through-out the year. We offer a range of different vegetable boxes, in four different sizes, S, M, L and XL.
Currently we can only deliver on Tuesday or Friday. Besides this it is possible to request a specific time delivery. In the order form you can request Morning; 14:00~16:00, 16:00~18:00, 18:00~20:00, or 19:00~21:00.
We recommend cooled transport for all boxes during the warmer months of the year (From May till early October). Unlike regular transport, refrigerated transport keeps the produce at a steady temperature between 7-14 degrees Celsius, increases shelf life. If you choose for regular transport, we strongly recommend you request morning delivery as it can get very warm in the delivery trucks which shortens shelf life. .
There are two types of packaging available on our farm: regular and plastic free. With regular transport, produce may be packed in plastic to maintain quality or protect the other vegetables.
With plastic free shipping I use no plastic packaging unless necessary. Produce will be shipped as is or put in paper wrapping/bags. For tomatoes and other wet produce, I have had to use plastic, as the produce might leak and damage the box or other boxes during shipping.
In case the box or its contents are damaged please take a photo of the damage upon delivery and send an email with the photo and a description to email@example.com or send a message to the farm facebook page.