Win fresh organic fruit for a term

1st July 2005 at 01:00
A tasty treat is in store for our winner this week - a deluxe organic fruit box delivered to your school or home every week throughout the autumn term.

Each box will usually include apples, bananas and oranges, plus two or three other fruits and more exotic offerings such as pineapples, mangoes or peaches in season. It's enough to keep a staffroom happy and healthy.

You might want to share it among a different class each week, or you could take it home for the family. All in all, our prize adds up to a juicy pound;300 worth of nutritious snacks.

It comes courtesy of Graig Farm Organics, the organic food pioneers whose meats, fish, vegetables, fruit, bread and dairy products have been award winners every year since 1993. Organic meat is a speciality, and its ready meals have won rave reviews.

Two runners up will win a pound;50 voucher to spend on anything they fancy from Graig Farm's range of organic produce, all available for home delivery from To enter, just answer this question: what country do kiwi fruits originally come from?

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