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Wanigan organic baskets. Plentiful assortments of the freshest organics around.

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Fruit & Veg Small
Fruit & Veg Small
Fruit & Veg Original
Fruit & Veg Original
Fruit & Veg Medium
Fruit & Veg Medium
Fruit & Veg Large
Fruit & Veg Large
Local Harvest (Seasonal)
Local Harvest (Seasonal)
Fruit 25
Fruit 25
Veg Small
Veg Small
Juicer's Basket
Juicer's Basket
Juices & Smoothies
Juices & Smoothies
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Potato Power

Potatoes are one of the most versatile vegetables around. 

With all the many ways they can be enjoyed, it's easy to include them in
every meal.  Don't be afraid of potatoes, they are healthier than you think.
The bad rap they've gotten is truly based on the high fat ingredients we add to them and some of the cooking methods we use like deep frying,
that can make eating them unhealthy.

Potatoes are full of fibre when you include the skin, potassium, folate, 
B6 and high in vitamin C.  Eating them in our warming dishes during
the colder months are immune boosting as well. 

It's one of the most inexpensive hearty vegetables that you can get!  

Our veg baskets this week have Ontario red potatoes, we'll take them anytime :)


Here's a family recipe we'd like to share:

Authentic Swiss Rosti Potatoes

1.5 lbs of potatoes, skin on (boiled a day or two before making recipe)
1/2 tsp salt
1 tbsp coconut or sunflower oil

Boil the potatoes until almost cooked and still firm, about
10 to 15 minutes. Remove from heat, drain and cool down with some cold water to stop the cooking.  Drain again and refrigerate for a day or two.

Grate the potatoes with the skin on. You can peel if you want to but it's an extra step and the skin contains nutrition as well.
A grater with large holes is easier, faster and makes a more
authentic Swiss Rösti.
Heat a fry pan and melt the coconut oil.  Add grated potatoes to the fry pan, spread out and press down with a spoon or spatula to flatten being careful not to press too hard as you want to keep the grated
texture. Add salt. Cover and fry on low for 30 minutes. 
Remove from the frying pan by covering with a dish or serving platter
and turning over.  The Rösti will fall out onto the dish with the
beautiful, golden brown crusty side facing up.

Cut with a pizza wheel or knife and serve.



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Our Journey to Zero Produce Waste IV

Step 4.

The grocery store model is: buy, sell what you can, and throw out the rest.

Average fresh produce waste is greater than 30%. It's not just the produce itself, either. It's the box it came in. It's the truck that brought it to the store. In most cases, it's all the chemicals used to grow it. It's the wasted refrigeration, the staff time. It's just a ton of waste.

To stay the course through our journey to zero produce waste, we made a point to stay connected to the environment, local farmers, and all the wonderful members of our community who shared our vision.

What we found was that like-minded people were as happy to reach across the divide as we were. Local farmers, allied businesses, customers. We started to work together to create an alternative, regenerating business model.

We lowered food miles, reduced plastic packaging, starting composting, and basked in all the mutual moral support.

At the same time as our food waste was going down, we saw our Wanigan organic basket deliveries going up.

Thanks, everybody. We couldn't have done it alone :)

If you are interested in starting deliveries with Wanigan, it's easy to sign up now and get your second basket free.

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Our Journey to Zero Produce Waste III

Step 3.

Not long after we decided to go zero produce waste, we realized that our ideal business model was a circle.

To complete the circle the produce we could not use needed to go back to the beginning, to enrich the soil at a local organic farm. We needed a composting partner. 

For us, composting would reduce methane emissions from landfill and lowers our carbon footprint. For our partner farmer, composting would reinvigorate the soil, help grow beneficial bacteria, retain moisture, and suppress plant disease and pests. For our customers, it would mean a feeling of satisfaction in being a part of a sustainable, waste-free business model.

After asking around, we started bringing our veg trimmings and any spoiled fruit we might end up with to Hugh Phillips at Food Forest Organic Farm in Brampton.

Food Forest Organics is a family-owned, family-run farm. 

On his farm, Hugh uses simple, time-tested techniques to nurture and enrich the soil so it can do what it does best - grow nutrient-rich vegetables. His methods are simple but yield amazing results.

The partnership works great. We are both committed to the same values. We are all proud to be building a local, nourishing circular economy.


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Wanigan, a plant-powered organic & local food company, conveniently delivers really fresh assortments of organic veggies, fruits, juices and smoothies right to your door.