Current Value Bag

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Current Value Bag 

Harvest Hub Wk 1829

The Value bag is based on total Value Bag weight range and the total weight of the bag.

Value Bag list shows a number of items per produce which are an indication only. ie:  We sample a size to make up the Value Bag. So for example, 3 tomatoes if  they are bigger at your Hub than our sample size then you will get fewer. If they are smaller than our sample size you will get more but the overall total weight range of the bag is correct. 

WEEK 1829  17-20  July  2018  

Also    Current Specials

TypeFamilyVariant Small Bag Medium BagLarge
Where it was grown
Customise bags1 - 2 people
$35 - $39
Weight range
6 - 8 kg
3 - 4 people
$45 - $49
Weight range
8 -10kg
5 - 6
$55 - $59
weight range
11 - 13kg
FruitApplesGranny Smith234Orange, NSW
FruitApplesPink Lady356Tumbarumba, NSW
FruitBananasCavendish456Coffs Harbour, NSW
FruitMandarinsImperial468Leeton, NSW
FruitPassionfruitPanama234The Channon, NSW
FruitPearsJosephine345Shepparton, VIC
FruitMelonRockmelon011Bowen, QLD
VegBroccoliSuper Broccoli111Freemans Reach, NSW
VegCauliflowerColoured111Horsley Park, NSW
VegChinese vegChoi Sum111Leppington, NSW
VegHerbsParsley (Curly)111Freemans Reach, NSW
VegKaleTuscan111Freemans Reach, NSW
VegShallotsBunchHalfHalf1Quakers Hill, NSW
VegSpinachEnglish111Quakers Hill, NSW


2 thoughts on “Current Value Bag

  1. Hi Harvest Hub,

    I love this concept! I just have a question – are the Value Bags the same wherever in Australia you are? That is, will your bag contain produce from farms in Vic, QLD, NSW…? Or will the NSW bags consist of produce from NSW only?

    Many thanks,

  2. Hi Sidsel,

    Harvest Hub is currently only located in Sydney. Therefore, we aim to purchase as locally as we can. When we eventually move to other centres the same will apply – we will aim to purchase the majority locally from farmers and manufacturers. Some grocery items are simply not grown or made in Australia or members have asked for a choice – local and an imported product.

    The produce is of course not stored and comes off the market daily so this means the seasonality of it is important. With this in mind produce is not always available locally and travels around Australia. For example carrots will be in season in Tasmania, then to South Australia then Western Australia then back to the Eastern Seaboard. Strawberries are another example.

    For the Value Bags we are mindful of what is good value, what is in season and what is local. The unique thing with Harvest Hub is you can adapt your Value Bag taking out the things you don’t want and putting in the things you do want. The minimum order currently across produce and groceries being $20 so you can also stay within any budget you might have.

Any thoughts on this subject?