Where can I buy Asda's wonky veg box from?

9 February 2016

asda wonky veg We've had a few people asking us where you can get Asda's wonky veg boxes from, because it looks like they're not selling them at all their stores. If you know all about them already, head straight to the bottom of this article and make your way through the list, or hit 'control & F' (or  'command F' if you're an Apple user) to find your town.

If you missed the news about these boxes, Asda have started selling vegetable boxes filled with produce that isn't exactly pretty, but is perfectly good to each. They cost £3.50, and are a very good idea, as they are going to reduce waste from producers, and of course, you get a load of greens for cheap!

Basically, the supermarket are running a trial at a bunch of their shops, to see if people are going to go for it or not.

Ian Harrison, Asda’s technical produce director, has said: "We’re excited to launch a unique and exclusive Wonky Vegetable box that is jam-packed with ugly winter veg that not only saves shoppers money but helps farmers get more of their crop onto our shelves."

So, here's a list of all the stores that are taking part in the trial.

Adel
Arnold
Barnsley
Beckton
Bexley
Bideford
Biggleswade
Boston
Bridgend
Brighton Hollingbury
Brighton Marina
Bristol Whitchurch
Burgh Heath
Bury St Edmonds
Cannock
Canterbury
Capehill
Castlepoint Supercentre
Chelmsford
Chelmsley Wood
Clapham Junction
Colchester
Colindale
Corby
Coventry Jubilee Cresent Supermarket
Dagenham
Dewsbury store
Donnington Wood
Dunstable
East Retford Supermarket
Eastbourne
Edmonton
Fareham
Farnborough
Ferring (Worthing)
Frome
Gillingham
Gosport
Grantham
Great Bridge
Great Yarmouth
Greenhithe
Grimsby
Halesowen
Harlow
Hatfield
Hayes
Hayle Harbour
Hemel Hempstead Supermarket
Hessle
Hinckley
Hitchin Supermarket
Hounslow
Hull Bilton
Hull Mt Pleasant
Hyson Green
Ipswich
Ipswich Stoke Park
Isle of Dogs
Kettering
Kingshill
Kingsthorpe Supermarket
Kingswood
Leamington Spa
Leicester
Leyton
Llanelli
Long Eaton
Longwell Green
Lower Earley
Lowestoft
Luton
Mansfield
Middleton
Milton Keynes
Morley
Newark
Newport Pill
Newton Abbott
Norwich
Nuneaton
Oadby
Old Kent Road
Patchway Supercentre
Pentwyn
Pershore Supermarket
Plymouth
Poole
Portsmouth
Ramsgate
Roehampton
Rotherham
Rugby
Shoeburyness
Small Heath
South Gate Circus
South Woodham Ferrers
South Wootton
St Austell
St Matthews
St.Leonard on Sea
Stevenage Supercentre
Stowmarket
Swanley
Swansea
Swindon
Taunton Supercentre
Thurmaston
Tilbury
Torquay Supermarket
Totton
Twickenham
Wakefield
Wallington
Walthamstow
Ware
Watford
Wellington
Wembley
West Bradford
Weymouth
Wheatley
Wisbech
Woking
Woking
Worcester
Yeovil

TOPICS:   High Street News   Supermarket

9 comments

  • X
    Have they heard of the North?
  • thingonaspring
    well obviously. "Watford" See?
  • Bev
    What about the North? Bolton would be a perfect place for this trial!!
  • Ginger B.
    I think they have, has the north heard about vegetables?
  • hungry m.
    Does Scotland not eat fruit n veg? Can we have some please!!
  • Elizabeth G.
    Why do Scottish Asda not have this offer
  • Rob L.
    It's a promotional exercise to coincide with Jamie Oliver's follow up programme from last year. Airing tonight he again highlights the waste created by supermarkets by insisting on 'standard only' vegetables from farmers. As a result at least 40% of all veg produced is either used for animal feed or worse, thrown into landfill. Asda have only created at most 20 of these boxes per (selected) store to keep up appearances so good luck with finding one! What we need are displays of loose natural veg at reduced prices nationally so that we can choose for ourselves.
  • Father J.
    Fuck veg boxes, sell the stuff separately. I want to buy what I want. Veg boxes should remain the preserve of yogurt-knitting muesli-munching beardy hipster wankers, not normal people.
  • Julie H.
    Nothing in North Wales. !!!!! Dont we count??

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