A bag of baby spinach. Can be used for salads, sandwiches or cooking. Organically grown on Rita's Farm or in partnership with Rita's Farm
Organic Leafy Greens
A bunch of Organic bok choy can go a long way. Steam or stir fry with garlic for a solid meal! All grown organically on Rita's Farm.
The curly variety of Kale. The leaves can be eaten raw, sautéed until wilted, simmered with a soup, or even roasted until crisp. There is sweet spo...View full details
Also known as Black Kale. Probably the tastiest kale (in our humble opinion). Its leaves are softer and easier to cook. Use it as you would any oth...View full details
Who doesn't love radishes? With a peppery, satisfying crunch with every bite they are ideal for salads, sandwiches or just a snack. Come in a fresh...View full details
Also known as green onions, shallots are a staple for any kitchen. Add an onion flavour to your soup, salad, sandwich, roast or stir fry. Useful fo...View full details
A crunchy sweet lettuce, famously seen in caesar salads. From organic suppliers, grown either hydroponically or farmed land.
Organic Celery. Available in half or whole. Grown organically on Rita's Farm or from certified organic suppliers
Leeks: famous for their mild onion taste. Fun fact: you can actually eat the whole leek! Don't discard those leaves. Steam them or pan fry them. Le...View full details
A bag of baby wild rocket. It was a mild peppery taste making it perfect for salads and sandwiches. Medium size: 200 grams Large size: 300 grams O...View full details
Out of all the spinaches, silverbeet is best cooked. Use in stir-fries, quiches or filo parcels. It can also be steamed, microwaved, sautéed or pur...View full details
A mixture of red and green leaves Salad Mix is organically grown at Rita's Farm!
Your grandma probably told you to eat this, and she was right! It quite literally translates into “Lion’s Tooth” in French which makes sense consid...View full details
People have told us that this is the best tasting Rocket in the whole of Sydney! Organically grown at Rita's Farm
English spinach: also known as true spinach has a small, flat and green vein leaf. Spinach is delicious raw, or blanched, chopped and served with b...View full details
Perhaps they are the ultimate carrots, you can simply eat them as is (no need to peel) or chuck them in the oven for a good roast with some honey a...View full details
A red cabbage look a like that has a smooth, crisp, bitter taste. Perfect with olive oil, lemon and garlic! From organic suppliers, grown either hy...View full details
A purple soft lettuce with a fluffy leaf. Very commonly seen in the sandwiches you get at cafes. From organic suppliers, grown either hydroponical...View full details
A green soft lettuce with a fluffy leaf. Very commonly seen in the sandwiches you get at cafes. From organic suppliers, grown either hydroponicall...View full details
Organic Collard Kale Whats’s even healthier than Kale? Collard Kale! Yes.. its true! It’s one of the world’s healthiest greens as it’s a natural de...View full details
Also known as the Red Russian Kale. This is probably one of the prettiest kales (except for the Kale flower). It has a mild peppery taste and is qu...View full details
Similar taste to Baby Bok choy and delicious in a stir-fry or steamed. A favourite in Hong Kong!
A big bunch of organically grown Rhubarb! Delicious stewed with apples or strawberries.