Celebrates the best of British

Celebrate the best of British

Buying British Fruit and Vegetables

“No country in the world can beat the British when it comes to growing veggies, especially during British Food Fortnight.” Helen Peacocke, Food Writer

British fruit & vegetables travel less far from farm to shop so regardless of how carbon footprints are calculated it self-evidently has a lower carbon footprint.

Choosing British fruit & vegetables means supporting British farmers whose work helps keep the British countryside the way we want it to look!

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What fruits & vegetables are in season when… PDF Print E-mail

For a table of seasonal vegetables and fruits....

  Spring
(March, April & May)
Summer
(June, July & August)
Autumn
(September, October & November)
Winter
(December, January & February)
Vegetables: Asparagus
Cauliflower
Cucumber
Jersey Royal New Potatoes
Purple Sprouting Broccoli
Radishes
Savoy Cabbage
Sorrel
Spinach
Spring Greens
Spring Onion
Watercress
Aubergine
Beetroot
Broad Beans
Broccoli
Carrots
Courgettes
Cucumber
Fennel
Fresh Peas
Garlic
Green Beans
Lettuce and Salad Leaves
New potatoes
Radishes
Rocket
Runner Beans
Salad Onions
Sorrel
Tomatoes
Watercress
Beetroot
Carrot
Celeriac
Fennel
Field - Mushrooms
Kale
Leeks
Lettuce
Marrow
Potatoes
Pumpkin
Rocket
Sorrel
Squashes
Sweetcorn
Tomatoes
Watercress
Beetroot
Brussels Sprouts
Cabbage
Cauliflower
Celeriac
Chicory
Fennel
Jerusalem -Artichoke
Kale
Leeks
Parsnips
Potatoes
Red Cabbage
Swede
Turnips
Fruit: Rhubarb Blueberries
Currants - black, white and red
Elderflowers
Greengages
Loganberries
Plums
Raspberries
Strawberries
Tayberries
Apples
Blackberries
Damsons
Elderberries
Pears
Plums
Quince
Sloes
Apples
Pears
 

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