£2.9999.7p per 100g
Collard Greens are very popular in Southern United States, and are very closely related to the more readily available Spring Greens here in the UK. They are slightly bitter, and similar to Kale in taste.
These amazing leaves are slowly grown outdoor especially for Natoora by The Good Earth Growers in Cornwall, and thanks to this growing method they are particularly sweet and incredibly rich in flavour. Good Earth Growers is a cooperative born out of the collaboration between Sean O' Neill and Natoora. Sean has been growing organic salads and vegetables for fifteen years, working at Keveral Farm in St. Martins by Looe, Cornwall. They also forage a wide range of wild plants from their organic woodlands and hedgerows. Their plants are grown in compost made on the farm, fed on their own seaweed and nettle tea feeds then watered with pure Cornish spring water. The produce is grown outdoor where possible, and harvested at the optimum time of day for flavour and freshness.
Natoora sources fruit & vegetables grown for flavour, supplying you with the same produce used by top chefs
Country of Origin
OrganicSuitable for vegetarians
Product life guaranteed for 2 days excluding delivery day, with an average of 3 days.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (24)
Rotten and mouldy
I had to throw them away. I don't mind trimming the odd yellow patch, but these were furry with mould and rotten elsewhere. Natoora produce is so erratic in quality.
had to throw half of this out as yellowing, one mouldy fluffy bit, salvaged what could and the flavour of that was good but what a waste - you could see through packaging that wasn't in good condition so what a shame got sent out..was meant to have 3 days useage from delivery date.
This looked great when it arrived. I tend to stir fry green leaves but steamed this and it was delicious with chicken. Really good to be able to buy such an excellent variety of organic vegetables.
Sautéed these and had them with a leg steak and beans ! They were delicious
Pale yellow leaves. Very disappointing.
Should be called Collard Yellows rather than Collard Greens. Not a single green leaf. Wondering how it passed quality control. Composted and will not be tempted into buying again. Very disappointing.
Please make these available all the time. Weve had it with garlic, olive oil and balsamic, and also miso and ginger. Cant get enough.