Tender & Sweet 
Little Gem Lettuce

Tender little leaves, sweet in taste from the tip to the tail. Little Gem Lettuce has an ideal leaf size for a canapé cup or a healthy option to hold sandwich fillings in place of bread. This lettuce is also great chopped for any salad.
Grown hydroponically using nutrients and water without the need for soil, our Little Gem Lettuce will take 3-5 weeks in summer and 4-6 weeks in winter before being ready for harvest.

ENJOY: As part of canapés when entertaining, use as a bread replacement or simply cut and toss into your next salad.
STORE: Best kept refrigerated. Store in an airtight container or wrap in paper towel then place in a plastic bag.
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Tender & Sweet Little Gem Lettuce
Subtly Sweet Red & Green Oakleaf Lettuce

Subtly Sweet
Red & Green Oakleaf Lettuce

Tender and delicate, rich red or vibrant green both lettuce types are sweet in flavour. Red or Green Oakleaf lettuce is perfect for that traditional leafy salad or used on a sandwich.
Our hydroponic grown Oakleaf Lettuce takes 3-5 weeks in summer and 4-6 weeks in winter before it is ready to be harvested. Each lettuce is picked by hand with the root ball left in tact for a fresher product with a longer shelf life.

ENJOY: As part of a salad or on wraps and sandwiches.
STORE: Best kept refrigerated. Keep in your fridge vegetable crisper.
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Subtly Sweet
Salad Oakleaf Lettuce

One head of lettuce that brings together a combination of Green and Red Oakleaf. Soft, tender leaves and beautiful colour makes this lettuce a great base to warm and cold salads.
Our hydroponic grown Salad Oakleaf Lettuce takes 3-5 weeks in summer and 4-6 weeks in winter before it is ready to be harvested. Picked by hand with the root ball in tact for a fresher product with a longer shelf life.

ENJOY: In salads, on sandwiches or wraps.
STORE: Best kept refrigerated. Store in your fridge vegetable crisper.
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Subtly Sweet Salad Oakleaf Lettuce
Leafy Fresh Red & Green Coral Lettuce

Leafy Fresh
Red & Green Coral Lettuce

Frilly and flavoursome best sums up Red and Green Coral lettuce. Coral Lettuce is great for holding onto dressings and sauces, the frilly edged leaves almost act as walls for fillings. Try Coral lettuce on a burger, in a wrap or on a sandwich for great lettuce texture.

ENJOY: In salads, added to burgers, sandwiches or wraps.
STORE: Best kept refrigerated. Keep in your fridge vegetable crisper.
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Leafy Fresh
Mignonette Lettuce

Vibrant, firm leaves make this lettuce a great addition to any salad – warm or cold.

ENJOY: In salads, on sandwiches or wraps.
STORE: Best kept refrigerated. Store in your fridge vegetable crisper.
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Leafy Fresh Mignonette Lettuce
Delightfully Sweet Butter Lettuce

Delightfully Sweet
Butter Lettuce

Sweet, soft leaves ideal for more delicate salads, salads with simple ingredients and great in place of bread as a wrap. Beautifully paired with creamy foods such as soft-boiled eggs and avocado.

ENJOY: as a hero to a salad or use the leaves as a wrap itself and fill with fresh ingredients.
STORE: Best kept refrigerated. Keep in your fridge vegetable crisper.
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Crisp Crunchy
Cos & Baby Cos Lettuce

Cos Lettuce is offered as a baby or full sized lettuce in stores. Both types are ideal for simple salads, and the crisp leaves are perfect for wraps, sandwiches and the all-time classic caesar salad.

ENJOY: Chopped and tossed into the classic caesar salad or add to a wrap or sandwich.
STORE: Best kept refrigerated. Store in your fridge vegetable crisper.
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Crisp Crunchy Cos & Baby Cos Lettuce
Crispy Crunchy Iceberg Lettuce

Crisp Crunchy
Iceberg Lettuce

The original lettuce we all remember before Living Lettuce became more available. The round ball shape of Iceberg Lettuce provides a cup like leaf that can hold many ingredients perfectly.

ENJOY: Sliced finely and use as part of a topping to tacos or use to cup San Choy Bau.
STORE: Best kept refrigerated. Keep in your fridge vegetable crisper.
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