March 26, 2011
-- We all know we should be getting our five-a-day when it comes to fruit and vegetables but we’re also feeling the pinch when it comes to even the standard grocery staples. At Shorters Club (http://www.shortersclub.co.uk/)
we believe that you shouldn’t have to sacrifice fresh, top quality vegetables no matter how much we’re all having to tighten our belts. Which is why we’ve added a ‘Vegetables’
section to our range of wholesale groceries, giving you the chance to buy fantastically fresh produce for less from Shorters.
Quality fresh vegetables, potatoes and salad can cost significantly more than lower grade produce, and when you make sure you’ve got enough vegetables to fulfil your five-a-day portions of fruit and veg recommended by health experts, your weekly grocery bill soon adds up. Buy food in bulk and you can make some great savings, but up until recently wholesale food suppliers concentrated on canned and non-perishable goods. This does nothing to help you hit your five-a-day veg target while still benefitting from low wholesale food prices.
Shorters Club, the wholesale food suppliers which is open to the public, has changed all that. In addition to a huge range of kitchen cupboard basics, you can also buy bulk food which is perishable such as the freshest, finest vegetables. Choose from salad, potatoes, root vegetables, cabbages, greens and sprouts, onions, leeks and mushrooms and prepared vegetables such as fresh corn on the cob and whole cooked beetroot.
Purchase your vegetables from Shorters Club and you can benefit from bulk wholesale prices without having to buy wholesale catering amounts which will go off before the average household can get through their five-a-day. Just a small purchase of a few items of fresh veg will offer substantial savings compared to your average high street supermarket, and what’s more it will be delivered to your door so you don’t have to struggle home with those extra bags of spuds!
Browse our ‘Vegetables’
range and discover a cheaper and easier way to get your five-a-day: http://www.shortersclub.co.uk/