WHEN LIFE GIVES YOU MELONS...
BREAD MEETS BEER:
A NAAN-VENTIONAL PAIRING
YOU MUST TRY!
Our mission at Earth & Wheat is to fight food waste, rescuing high-quality bakery, veg, and other ingredients which sing in your pan, whilst reducing food waste.
HOW IT WORKS?
CHOOSE YOUR BOX
From our Artisan to our Essentials box, choose a flexible subscription or simply try us without signing up.
WE GET RESCUING
We work with our partners to rescue your ingredients whether it's bakery, veg or both.
WE DELIVER FRESH
From oven to doorstep, farm to your kitchen, your box is shipped with free, speedy delivery.
WHO ARE EARTH & WHEAT?
Earth & Wheat’s mission is to fight food waste at the point of production. We’re the one-stop food service, rescuing good, wonky and surplus food from being wasted at the point of production and delivering it fresh, straight to your door.
We don’t think that any fresh produce should have to be thrown away just because it’s too big or too small, or looks a little wonky. We look past minor imperfections and give back true value to food. Whether it be odd shaped veg or surplus fresh bread, we have dedicated rescue warriors packing fresh produce from across the UK. From farm to your door, bakery to your kitchen, Earth & Wheat welcomes you to join our fight today.
WHY CHOOSE US
BREAD SUITABLE FOR FREEZING
REDUCING FOOD WASTE AT THE POINT OF PRODUCTION
VEGETARIAN & VEGAN OPTIONS
FREE FRESH DELIVERY
WHY IS FOOD WASTED?
Every year, millions of tonnes of fruit, vegetables, and bread are thrown away before they’ve even started their journey to your plate.
This may be because they don’t fit the shop's strict appearance standards, or simply because they were overproduced. Not only does this mean that we’re not able to enjoy the delicious food, but it also means that the time, energy, and water that was used to grow plants or bake bread was a complete waste.
If, like us, you don’t believe that good quality food should be wasted, then join the revolution with Earth & Wheat. Check out our Clean Plate Report below to learn more about food waste in the UK.