December 2020

A huge thank you to all our customers for your support & business throughout a very difficult and trying year.
The Ripe Team would like to wish everyone a Very Berry Christmas and a Fruitful and Healthy New Year.
Ripe’s last deliveries will be Wednesday the 23rd December. We look forward to hitting the road again in January 2021, delivering the best fruit, veg and service to your workplace and home.

Christmas Fruit Gift Baskets.

Want to say Thanks, missed a Birthday or just looking after a loved one. Our Luxury Fruit and Gifts Baskets  suit all occasions and are a great Christmas Gift Idea. Order now to avoid disappointment.

ENGLISH APPLES

After final harvests, apple growers store
their fruit for several months. In December,
the fruits are still eating beautifully. What’s
more, you can enjoy a huge variety
including Cox, Braeburn, Gala and even
modern varieties from the Continent such
as the pink-tinged Kissabel.

CHRISTMAS NUT S

We stock the lot – pistachios, almonds,
cashews, walnuts and Brazil nuts – and sell
them unshelled, salted, roasted, honeycoated
or raw. Nuts are essential for a
balanced diet and rich in healthy fats. Each
has its own distinctive nutritional profile, so
graze on a mix to enjoy the full spectrum.

LYCHEES

We love these bite-sized fruits. Their tough skin means they are rugged and easy to transport.
We often find a few in our pockets at the end of the working day!
Lychees are rich in Vitamin C and useful fatty acids.

LEAFY CLEMENTINES

Picked with love from the citrus orchards of
France, Spain and Italy.
The perfect clementineshould have a bright skin and feel firm in the
hand.
Don’t worry about flashes of green – these are entirely natural.

DATES

Did you know that palm trees have been cultivated for 7,000 years?
There are countless varieties of dates.
The dried fruits keep for weeks and are nature’s perfect pick-me-up – an excellent source of fibre and natural sugars.

MIXED BERRIES

A handful of mixed berries will keep the doctor at
bay. Add them to your porridge, granola, yoghurt
or smoothies.
Stash any leftovers in the freezer and
add to drinks in place of ice cubes.