You are a responsible citizen. You recycle, you support your local community and whenever possible you buy organic food. From the supermarket. And that’s fine.
However, did you know that you could be eating healthy, organically grown, freshly made food from hundreds of local farmers in the UK? Which you have no access to?
The reality is, many small farms and small volume brands, really struggle reaching consumers like you to enjoy their fresh produce; and whilst trying to get the supermarket’s attention seems like the Holy Grail, these small farmers barely have a chance getting their products on your table.
Enter Farmhopping.com an online platform connecting conventional and organic farms directly with the consumers in the cities – providing small producers a perfect opportunity for further reaching discerning consumers that want fresh, natural products directly from the farm to their table.
Urbangrains joined Farmhopping to give the opportunity to more consumers to enjoy a selection of speciality food ranging from honeys, olive oils, feta cheese, olives, chutneys and stuffed vine leaves to a more quirky range that extends to pomegranate relish, manouri cheese with quince, lentils with noodles and more.
“Farmhopping gives you the opportunity to support local farms from around the world and get farm fresh goodies in return” says Nikoleta Theodorou, Urbangrains Managing Director.
“For a very limited time and only up to 2nd March 2015, Farmhopping will provide free delivery to every customer who orders Urbangrains’ products from their online platform, offering a convenient way to do your weekly shopping” continues Ms. Theodorou.
Customers can take advantage of the free shipping offer by using the promo code UGrainsLovesFH, which can be claimed during checkout on Farmhopping.com platform.
To order and find out more details go to https://farmhopping.com/farms/GB/96.
Please go to the Products tab for an overview of all Urbangrains products available on the platform.
For an overview of their platform, watch the video below: