£4.49£4.49 per kg
Our organic quince come from Spain from September to December.
At Wholegood, we focus on the very finest seasonal produce, sourcing from the UK wherever possible. Our first priority however is to always be associated with 'best in class' produce. Fortunately we're also well connected with the most forward-thinking growers and farming communities in Italy, France and Spain. Incidently we never air-freight because we believe we have a responsibility to the wider environment. High in vitamin C, zinc, potassium, selenium and calcium
You might be wondering who we are…
We are organic wholesalers in London sourcing some of the finest produce in the land for restaurants, retailers and schools. We are delighted to now be including homes in to the mix by working exclusively with Ocado to deliver out fruit, vegetables and salads. We have always loved the idea of delivering to homes but didn't like the "leave it outside your front door in the rain" part of the business but the problem is solved with Ocado's super-duper one-hour delivery slots.
Country of Origin
OrganicSuitable for vegetarians
Product life guaranteed for 5 days excluding delivery day.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (10)
Perfect for "dulce de membrillo"
Thanks to these quinces I managed the most luscious and authentic "dulce de membrillo". superb with cheese. Thanks Ocado for stocking these!
Rotten and bruised fruit , one full of worm holes.
rotten and bruised
Constantly receiving rotten and bruised Fit for the bin
Should have heeded the reviews
These arrived tonight covered in bruises and with distinct piercing to the skin. I had been looking forward to fragrant quinces, however this was not to be. A refund has been requested and the fruit is now in the recycling
arrived in relatively good condition, only a few small bruises. very fragrant. made quince preserves with cinnamon, star anise and bay.
Worst Quince ever
Dreadful, I bought a pack of these as so excited to cook with them, but they were dreadful looking with nasty patches which I thought I would cut out until I found the core was rotten, and I do mean rotten as in rotted to mould dust and stank so much my son asked what the heck are you cooking! Very, very, poor quality and even the shape of them, compared to other quince's I have bought in the past, is almost impossible to peel unless you invest in an industrial peeler...... Avoid