I've tried them all; organic veggie schemes, local council run veggie schemes, local farm ones, markets, supermarkets, (trying) to grown our own but nothing so far beats a good organic vegetable box. I almost feel guilty saying it, as it is not particularly frugal, although I would assert that if you eat well you eat less junk, hence spending less money.
I need the organic vegetables though, and so I've just re-started my second favourite delivery company to bring them to me please. Lovely seasonal fresh organic mixed box will be winging its way down the A21, yes I know road miles, this week and I can't wait.
I've gone with Abel and Cole, because although they have added a 99p delivery charge which is annoying they've got what seems to be a really good special offer. Of course I may be missing the small print, but no, it is good. Spend £15 on a regular delivery for four weeks in a row; i.e total cost £60 and lots of vegetables, then get £50 credited to your account to spend as you choose.
Got to be good. Here's the link if anyone wants to check it out; http://www.abelandcole.co.uk/
Can't wait - am thinking wraps, and big salad with broad beans, and maybe a potato salad with spring onions, and um, just vegetables really.