Haringey’s own not- for-profit veg box scheme!

Crop Drop

Haringey’s own not- for-profit veg box scheme!

The Veg-clubs latest member is Crop Drop, as not for profit veg box scheme whom deliver fresh seasonal vegetables are made on a regular basis to Tottenham, Harringay, Hornsey, Crouch End, Highgate, Wood Green, Finsbury Park, and Bounds Green.


Crop Drop

How it started

It all started with Rachel’s obsession with food – cooking it, eating it and pondering where it comes from. This developed into a growing sense of wanting to contribute towards a fairer, more sustainable food system that gives people more meaningful relationships with food and the people that produce it. With the support from the Growing Communities Start-up programme, Rachel started Crop Drop from her kichen table in Wood Green and started trading in October 2013 from a shipping container in The Selby Center, Tottenham!


Crop Drop is now a small team of dedicated local people that are as obsessed with food as Rachel.  Why Haringey? Because that’s where we live – it’s our favourite patch of London. We believe small-scale food trade is the best way to support urban agriculture and small organic farms. So we’re keeping it really local.  You can read more about the rationale behind where and why we source produce in our Sourcing Policy. And read more about the growers we work directly with here.


Alongside our sister box schemes across the UK, the Better Food Traders, we’re creating a national network of community-scale box schemes that are changing the food system from the grassroots, helping to create an alternative system that is resilient, farmer-friendly and fit for a zero-carbon future

How it works

The weekly selection will vary depending on what our farmers are growing and what’s at it’s best. We’ll make sure you get a good mix of different things, along with recipe ideas each week.
Drop points, rather than home delivery, help us keep costs to a minimum, so that you pay less and more of your money goes direct to the farmers.
We deliver your bag to a community drop point for you to collect every Thursday, at a time convenient to you.

Crop Drop Fruit

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