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  • News Post | Hartleys
    carrot growers The seeds were sown in April and despite the driest spring on record which Roger combated with low quantities of irrigation all varieties sown saw good seedling emergence Summer brought with it some significant levels of rainfall which together with the perfect sandy land of North Yorkshire the result was an abundance of carrots to exhibit One particular variety on show was the Nairobi F1 this is the carrot of choice here at Hartley s due to the large size strong yields and a blunt end that make it perfect for processing This variety is available to use throughout the winter too as it will grow well under straw which protects it from the frost When selecting carrots Hartley s look for a diameter equal to or greater than 40 mm so that more dices and batons can be cut from it Interestingly the size of the carrot doesn t just depend on the variety but also how many seeds are sown per acre Sowing a smaller amount of seeds per acre means that the carrots have more room to grow and are therefore larger in size The Stamford variety of carrot stood out as seed experts claim that this particular carrot could prove to be just as frost hardy as the Nairobi The reddish core of the carrot makes it good for processing as the bright colour is retained even after blanching and freezing The high levels of the antioxidant beta carotene in carrots means that this veg is having a moment right now in the press With links being made between what we eat now and certain illnesses we may get in the future including this vegetable in your diet will help your body fight disease Not only has interest been sparked in the health benefits

    Original URL path: http://www.jehartleyfrozenveg.co.uk/contact-and-news/news-post.php?s=2011-11-03-the-carrots-are-making-a-comeback (2016-02-11)
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  • News Post | Hartleys
    Safe Awards and Accreditations Safety Importing Our Ethos Contact News Contact us Latest News Keep up to date with all the Hartley s news Sign up to our Online Newsletter Latest News British Organic Butternut Squash 10 October 2011 It wouldn t be a normal week in the J E Hartley office without a certain MD asking his staff to find a way to process a new variety of vegetable So when a customer asked if we could produce IQF British organic butternut squash to their strict technical specification we rose to the challenge If you ve ever tried to prep a butternut at home you ll know just how tricky it can be so we designed a special table to hold and slice it as well as a metal scoop to remove the seeds click on the video to see the equipment in action Everything was then peeled diced into 10 mm cubes blanched and frozen allowing us to offer the first IQF British organic butternut squash to our customers The organic squash was grown especially for us on the black peat soil of Cambridgeshire by Clive Martin of Holmselect Clive s family has been farming on the Fens

    Original URL path: http://www.jehartleyfrozenveg.co.uk/contact-and-news/news-post.php?s=2011-10-10-british-organic-butternut-squash (2016-02-11)
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  • News Post | Hartleys
    you will have probably seen a piece on this year s pea harvest British peas made the headlines all over the country due to the harvest commencing weeks earlier than expected The warm weather and lack of rain that the UK experienced led to the crops maturing quickly and the beginning of the season also saw crops affected by frost damage J E Hartley together with our pea group Swaythorpe Growers featured on The One Show and Calendar not only to discuss the early start but to also to highlight all the work that goes into producing our Yorkshire Peas But while the pea harvest was summed up by the local news correspondent the staff at J E Hartley were out in the pea fields talking to the brilliant growers and checking the fields Together our Site Manager John Pick and Technical Manager Sheena Wright organise the season with military precision as well as tailoring the factory to process the product to each customer s exact specifications We believe that it is this kind of expertise that sets us apart The growers themselves are experts in knowing when to plant and harvest their scrumptious Yorkshire Peas They work night and day to ensure that the best quality peas reach us ready to be processed and frozen in under 150 minutes after they are harvested Working with our local growers means that the Hartley s team can offer customers the right type of product whether it is a diced carrot that must meet a strict technical specification to a particular type of pea that tastes just right in a ready meal While many new varieties of peas have been grown that will add to our ever expanding portfolio of products more traditional varieties have proved successful and will be grown year

    Original URL path: http://www.jehartleyfrozenveg.co.uk/contact-and-news/news-post.php?s=2011-09-07-local-produce-doesnt-get-much-better-than-yorkshire-peas (2016-02-11)
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  • News Post | Hartleys
    Accreditations Safety Importing Our Ethos Contact News Contact us Latest News Keep up to date with all the Hartley s news Sign up to our Online Newsletter Latest News The Yorkshire pea harvest 20 July 2011 This summer s harvest of the Yorkshire Pea is well underway in fields around Driffield and Bridlington A group of 40 farms known as the Swaythorpe Growers produce the Yorkshire Peas brand It s

    Original URL path: http://www.jehartleyfrozenveg.co.uk/contact-and-news/news-post.php?s=2011-07-20-the-yorkshire-pea-harvest (2016-02-11)
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  • News Post | Hartleys
    up to our Online Newsletter Latest News The co operative turning a commodity into a regional brand 17 February 2011 Peas are often seen as a commodity but a group of Yorkshire producers hopes a new brand will open up new markets Angela Calvert reports The Yorkshire Wolds have long been known as one of the best places in Europe to grow vining peas but they have never been marketed

    Original URL path: http://www.jehartleyfrozenveg.co.uk/contact-and-news/news-post.php?s=2011-02-17-the-co-operative-turning-a-commodity-into-a-regional-brand (2016-02-11)
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  • Latest News | Hartleys
    and Accreditations Safety Importing Our Ethos Contact News Contact us Latest News Current Vacancies Keep up to date with all the Hartley s news Sign up to our Online Newsletter Latest News New British Organic Products 07 February 2011 This season we have successfully frozen 10mm diced organic British onions celery and beetroots Read More Carrot crop shortages 07 February 2011 After enduring the coldest winter for generations UK root

    Original URL path: http://www.jehartleyfrozenveg.co.uk/contact-and-news/latest-news.php?page=4 (2016-02-11)
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  • News Post | Hartleys
    We re So Safe Awards and Accreditations Safety Importing Our Ethos Contact News Contact us Latest News Keep up to date with all the Hartley s news Sign up to our Online Newsletter Latest News New British Organic Products 07 February 2011 This season we have successfully frozen 10mm diced organic British onions celery and beetroots We are delighted these niche products have already been snapped up by our manufacturing

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  • News Post | Hartleys
    for generations UK root crops have suffered varying degrees of frost damage in the open fields Some carrot crops have simply been destroyed as the root was frozen into the ground 10 inches deep for weeks This has led to a very busy January for Hartley s Searching to find the best remaining UK carrots to fulfil our commitment to our customers and having the product harvested and packed as

    Original URL path: http://www.jehartleyfrozenveg.co.uk/contact-and-news/news-post.php?s=2011-02-07-carrot-crop-shortages (2016-02-11)
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