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Still knee deep in veg! See how our story grew.

We've got a fresh new website to reflect our passion for organic seasonal foods and to celebrate our humble beginnings. It’s been an interesting 2020 and 2021 to say the least!  As a small organic food business, we’ve had to review and respond to the changing needs of our customers and our community. To showcase these changes we’ve built a fresh new website to reflect our brand, tell our story, celebrate our values and showcase our products, still with the core values of Honest, Tasty and Proudly Organic, which continues to be our daily mantra. Our website showcases our story and our values. Rod knee deep in veg on his organic farm, whipping up some homemade soup, which he duly took...

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Rod & Ben's Fresh Spring & Summer Range

The Spring and Summer range switch is happening at Rod & Ben's this month. We know our customers want lighter, fresher tastes as the seasons change, so we bring to you our latest tasty range.  Soups available for delivery from Mon 3 May.  Pea & Mint (our ever-popular summer favourite!) Moroccan Vegetable Sweet Potato, Spinach & Puy Lentil Spiced Lentil Rustic Chicken Italian Tomato, Puy Lentil & Spinach  We're waving a fond farewell to these soups, just for the moment. We'll be taking these offline w/c 26 April, so do get your order in.  Roast Chicken, Lemon & Thyme Honey Glazed Vegetable Red Russian Kale, Spinach & Chickpea Smoked Haddock Chowder.  HEAD TO THE SHOP At Rod & Ben's we're passionate about...

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Our Story of Seasonality

If you look our logo you’ll see, right below Rod & Ben’s ‘Organic Seasonal Foods’, that’s because we love the seasons and the different joys they bring. At Rod & Ben’s we think about what’s happening seasonally and what you might want to eat in coming months. In our Devon kitchen we ponder, we test, and we pot up what’ll make you happy! Here we are finally rounding the corner to spring and – oh please hurry – summer so our soups will reflect lighter, fresher flavours to match the change in season. This year, as always, we’ll put away a few winter favourites to make way for the new. Coming off the stove, for a while, will be Roast...

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