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Bomber County Produce

Bomber County Produce

About Bomber County Produce

Bomber County Produce are committed to providing the finest, freshest grown and harvested produce. Based in Coningsby, Lincolnshire, their heritage goes all the way back to 1946.

John Casey, originally from Co. Durham, left the RAF in 1946 having been a rear gunner on Lancaster's at RAF Coningsby.

He married a local farmer’s daughter and they eventually bought a smallholding. Mervyn, their son, purchased the current farm yard in partnership with them in 1971 growing crops and raising cattle.

In 1991 Mervyn started growing leeks and in 2010 his son and daughter started growing asparagus on the farm too.

They now supply locally grow asparagus and leeks to selected Lincolnshire Co-op food stores.

The team at Bomber County Produce recommend using lots of butter when cooking, grilling or frying their asparagus and leeks. Add a little bit of salt and pepper to really enhance the flavours too.

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