top of page

Week of 13th September Ugly Mystery Box Content

Mystery box will be randomly fill with these perfectly fine rescued fruits and vegetables: micro-green leafy could looks bit yellow-ish, but still fresh editable; spotted apples without stickers; jumbo size orange from Gisborne-super juicy, natural ripen soft green kiwifruits. Nothing in our mystery box are belong to landfill or waste, they all good to eat, if not your standards at least please compost them.

News:

We rescued over 600kg butternuts last week, you'll find few in your mystery box this week. Butternuts are special rescued from Hastings, they has been overstock due to lockdown, there's soft spots but cut those parts off, inside still good to cook. If you have concerned don't feel like it's not meet your standards to eat them, then please compost them. Thank you.


We already sold out for this week, however we might able to add few more deliveries in your neighbourhood, please fill up survey and we'll reach out once we have all rescued food pick up on Monday. Thank you for your understanding.


We will start delivery on Tuesday, please check out email (normally in your spam mailbox with title from WooDelievery that's our distribution system) for delivery schedule update.


West Auckland -Tuesday & Wednesday

Central Auckland - Wednesday & Thursday

NorthShore - Monday ~Friday


lockdown level 4 we are still operating as essential service with no contact delivery only, we have quite lots of food coming to us, thanks for standing with us to save these food from waste.

Vegetables:

Potatoes, mixed onions , carrots, parsnips, avocados, red baby size kumara, kale, Kohlrabi, butternuts, capsicums, lettuces

Fruits:

Apples, NZ Navel Oranges from Gisborne

Rescue Sale:



*There'll be some urgent rescue calls during the week, so don't be surprised if there's anything not on the list showed up in your box.

Veggies with underline are fresh harvested from field, there'll be dirt on these crops so please take some time to give a good raise, and pull dead looking yellow leaves off spring onions. Butternuts are special rescued from Hastings, they has been overstock due to lockdown, there's soft spots but cut those parts off, inside still good to cook. If you have concerned don't feel like it's not meet your standards to eat them, then please compost them. Thank you.


Join our Imperfect rescue team and pick up box of imperfect goodies today


(These underlined items are not processed, so we'd strongly recommend to wash carefully before consume and sometimes has root attached, so you can re-plant them as well)



Thank You






168 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Kommentare


bottom of page